You’ll be calmed by the sound of the surf at this classically charming cottage set just 50 yards from Campground Beach on Cape Cod Bay. Spacious rooms, wood floors, bead board, and a perfect location make this cottage a fantastic setting for unwinding with your family, a girls’ getaway, or a golf adventure.
The comfortable family room has a bank of bay-facing windows that let in lots of light. The first floor bedroom with queen bed faces wildflower gardens and a private sandy play space for the kids. The screened sun porch has a wicker chair and a couch, as well as a dining table for seven. Together they provide a perfect space for relaxing with a good book and a tall, icy beverage. The spacious upstairs bedrooms; the bay-facing bedroom with a queen bed and the second bedroom with two queen beds, bring the total cottage accommodations to eight happy vacationers.
Outside, a super-sized teak table, a four-person high top table along with chairs and umbrellas, all placed on a wrap around deck with views of the bay and beautiful sunsets provide a perfect place for lobster dinners and lively conversation after a day of sun and surf. Start creating YOUR happy memories! Gateway to the Cape Cod National Seashore, the Town of Eastham is a coastal resort community straddling the arm of Cape Cod. Located on the outer Cape, the town is bounded on two sides by land, the other two by water, the Atlantic Ocean and Cape Cod Bay. Eastham is a quiet town with several ocean and bay beaches, a host of kettle ponds, pretty country lanes, panoramic views of Cape Cod Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, and lots of wide-open space for nature lovers. The Audubon Sanctuary in Well fleet is a popular spot and is only several miles away.
House rental amenities: Everything you need for your Cape Cod Vacation: air conditioning, full kitchen, blankets, pillows, cable TV, wireless internet and DVD. Renter to supply bed sheets and towels. Linens available at an additional cost of $30 per person.
**Short term rental tax of 12.45% will be added to all reservations that begin after July 1, 2019.