Hyannis, a village of
Barnstable, is the geographical, commercial and transportation center
of Cape Cod. Thronged with shops, boutiques, fine ethnic restaurants,
homemade ice cream parlors and coffee bars, Hyannis is about as “urban”
as the Cape gets.
|Ferries embark daily from docks near
Main St. on revolving schedules to Nantucket and Martha's
Vineyard. Within walking distance are several ocean side parks and
beaches. These include Kalmus Park, Veteran's Park, JFK Memorial Park
and Aselton Park.
Beach :: Wind
Surfing :: Boating :: Canoeing
:: Pirates Tour
Ferries to the islands
:: Harbor Cruises
Marina :: Scenic Train Ride
:: Dinner Train
:: Deep Sea Fishing
Those seeking to escape clamor of their own lives
should steer straight to the north side for Route 6A’s singular antique
and craft shops, for the tiny village of Barnstable whose stately
county courthouse oversees the little row of shops and whose side lanes
meander to the marsh and Cape Cod Bay.
:: Mini golf
centers :: Bike paths
Shops :: Shopping
:: Shopping Outlets
another ocean adventure, take one of the daily whalewatching excursions
departing from the Marina in Barnstable Harbor. Baleen, Humpback,
Finback, Minke and Right whales all feed in the shallow waters of Cape
Along Route 6A in Barnstable Village one can find
many unique shops and eateries, adding to the ambiance of the town's
gracious historical district. Spanning from Phinney's Lane to the edge
of Cummaquid, the district is lined with quaint bed & breakfasts,
inns, antique shops and restaurants.
Yarmouth’s Route 28 segment provides one of the
Cape’s best array of places to stay and activities for families.
Children in particular seem to love this haven of tee shirt vendors,
ice cream stands, and miniature golf courses. A brief drive north of
this merry scene delivers one to the bucolic zone of Yarmouthport, the
land of sea captains’ homes become inns and bed and breakfasts.
Paragliding :: Scenic drives
Performances :: Live music
:: Vacation Homes :: Hyannisport Hideaway
:: Lewis Bay Retreat :: Bayview Getaway
Compound :: Why stay with us?
:: Lease and Policies
:: Availability and Rates
:: Photo Albums
Attractions :: Contact Us ::
Julia Kasparova and Chuck Packard, 87
Thomas Dr Marlborough, MA 01752