Our accomodations are 14 simple bedrooms in a neo-classical Cape.
Four bathrooms (two with tubs) and two showers are available to
Rooms 1-9 are in the Bradford Street wing, added in the 1930s.
Rooms 1 and 2 (downstairs) and 6 and 7 (upstairs) are pleasant corner
rooms, each with a double bed. Room 3 is the largest single room
and a favorite of the owner. Room 8 is a large corner room upstairs,
with two doubles. Room 9 is one of the larger rooms with a double
and single bed and is the manager's favorite.
Rooms 10-16 are upstairs in the mid-1800s part of the house. Room
10 is a single with a large window. Rooms 11, 12, and 14 each have
a double bed and are preferred by couples. Rooms 11 and 14 are corner
rooms, and one window in 14 provides a harbor view (the others view
the neighbor's maple trees). Room 15 at the top of the front stairs
is the largest room, and, with two double beds, is best for families.
Room 16 is in the front room with a water view and one double bed
the most spacious room for two.
Considerate "reasonable quiet" children are welcome (we
have one of our own).
There is a small common refrigerator available to our guests in
The Cape Codder is a non-smoking establishment.