Economy accommodation in the Cape Cod region of Massachusetts
Offering value Cape Cod accommodation, the Falmouth Inn is ideally positioned for those looking to venture to the islands just off the Massachusetts coastline. Located on Falmouths Main Street, the 2-star property also offers convenient access to the Barnstable County towns facilities.
With 123 guestrooms, the establishment is one of the largest tourist accommodations in the area. Each room is equipped with air-conditioning and an en-suite bathroom. Cable television is included as standard, and features HBO. A telephone, alarm clock, and in-room safe can also be found in each room.
Guests at the hotel can enjoy an Olympic sized swimming pool, which is housed under a retractable roof, enabling open-air swimming in the warmer months and undercover paddling when the New England cold kicks in. There is also a sauna and games room for guests to make use of.
The Landucci Italia Ristorante offers a range of Italian dishes to be enjoyed during the early evening, whilst the Vintage Bacaro Lounge is a fine establishment to enjoy a refreshing afternoon drink or a pre-bed nightcap.
Guests staying at the Falmouth Inn can enjoy specialized golf packages during their stay. The hotel has connections with 10 different championship courses, all of which provide 18 holes of play. For those that enjoy teeing off, this is a veritable paradise.
Those not as keen to swing a club at a ball can still make the most of the Massachusetts outdoors. Whilst the various bays make for ideal sailing and swimming, a variety of beaches provide quality sands and the opportunity to sit back and relax, or take to the kayak. The beaches also make for a scenic backdrop whilst strolling. The area features several tracks ideal for walking or cycling, including the Shining Sea Bikeway which passes along Surf Drive Beach amongst other picturesque settings.
It is not uncommon for visitors to the area to board a boat and head out for a spot of whale-watching. In fact, sea-craft are extremely important to the area. The Woods Hole, Marthas Vineyard and Nantucket Steamboat Authority oversees a number of ferries that travel from the Cape Cod mainland to the offshore islands of Nantucket and Marthas Vineyard, each of which is a popular destination with tourists.
Nantucket features a number of natural landscapes, including swamplands, hills, ponds, and a long barrier beach. A number of the islands attractions are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including Brant Point Light Station.
Marthas Vineyard is a popular summertime tourist destination thanks to its beaches, natural landscapes, vineyards, and its old world feel. A number of festivals and annual events are hosted throughout the year, including the Marthas Vineyard Film Festival and Cinema Circus, as well as a special Fourth of July fireworks celebration.
Back on the mainland, guests will enjoy the slowed down pace of life and the sea air. Should this prove a little too much though, larger settlements such as Boston, MA and Providence, RI can make for enjoyable daytrips. Guests staying at the Falmouth Inn will find both these as well as others, accessible from the Cape Cod accommodation.