Cozy hotel accommodation located in the Cape Code town of Hyannis, MA
The Heritage House Hotel Hyannis offers comfortable and convenient accommodation to those visiting Cape Cod and the surrounding Massachusetts area. The property is an ideal destination for those hoping to take a daytrip to Marthas Vineyard.
This 3-star establishment consists of 143 guestrooms, which feature either a solitary king sized or twin queen sized beds. Rooms feature traditional dcor as well as a private en-suite bathroom. In-room facilities include cable television (include HBO), telephone, hairdryer, refrigerator, coffeemaker, and ironing amenities.
Guests can dine in Chauncys Bar and Grill, which serves a mixture of traditional cuisine and locally sourced New England seafood. The hotel is equipped with an indoor swimming pool with Jacuzzi whirlpool, as well as a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, ideal for those guests looking to exercise or relax in peace and quiet.
Business travelers to this part of Massachusetts will find that Heritage House features well-equipped meeting spaces. The Nantucket Ballroom is capable of hosting 140 people, whilst Chauncys can arrange for business dining. There is also a number of breakaway rooms that are ideal for smaller groups meeting, or those conducting training events.
The Heritage House Hotel Hyannis also offers guests a number of golf packages. Visitors will find some 50 golf courses in the area surrounding Cape Cod, and the hotel is able to arrange access to many of these.
The town of Hyannis also features a number of attractions that may appeal to leisure tourists. Firstly, the JFK Museum can be found just a short walk away. This museum celebrates the life of John F. Kennedy, who spent time in the area. In fact, the President-Elect gave his 1960 electoral victory speech in the Hyannis Armory, which can be found on South Street.
Other popular attractions in the city include the Cape Cod Central Railroad Terminus and the Maritime Museum.
The waterfront harbor offers visitors a number of further recreational opportunities. Not only is the harbor frequently busy with fishing boats and other commercial vehicles, it is also the main ferry port for those wishing to visit the island of Nantucket. It also provides ferry accommodation to Marthas Vineyard.
Each of these islands is favored by seasonal visitors, mainly due to the relative seclusion and peaceful environment. Both do however offer a number of tourist attractions, including National Parks and historic points of interest.
The harbor also offers visitors the opportunity to take to Lewis Bay and the Atlantic Ocean beyond. Sightseeing trips, including whale watching excursions, are popular as is chartering a boat to sample a spot of New England deep sea fishing. Of course, those wishing to head out on the waters of Cape Cod itself need only head to the north side of Barnstable.
This region is also well connected to the rest of the state and New England in general, thanks to U.S. Route 6 and a number of domestic airports in Cape Cod. This means that guests at the Heritage House Hotel Hyannis can visit the likes of Boston, MA, Providence, RI, and even Portland, ME will minimal fuss.