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Lodging suggestions-for a couple in their 40's, no children

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Lodging suggestions-for a couple in their 40's, no children

We would like to come to the Cape for 4 nights anytime within the time frame of 7/6/13-7/13/13. We would like accommodations that are on or at least walking distance to the beach. We would like a pool. We are open to ANY TOWN including Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. We are open to Bed and Breakfast and hotels/motels. Our budget is about 250-300 per night. PLEASE help with suggestions. Thanks in advance

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1. Re: Lodging suggestions-for a couple in their 40's, no children

Hopefully, you will be able to get reservations. Check the Three Seasons Resort in Dennisport, The Winstead Inn in Harwichport, the Sea Crest in Falmouth, Seader Inn also Harwich ( may not have a pool); the Red Jacket Resorts ; The Lighthouse Inn, West Dennis.

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This is a pretty tall order especially at this late date. Suggest you look at the column to the right of this page and narrow down your choice of town. Then perhaps ask for suggestions for accommodation. You realize that at this time you may get some good suggestions but it will be up to you to find out if there any vacancies.

You can check some recently reviewed places at the bottom of this page. You can also check on hotels at the top of this page.

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3. Re: Lodging suggestions-for a couple in their 40's, no children

you can put your dates in the calendar at the top of this page where it says: Which Cape Cod hotels are on sale? You can do that for M.V. and Nantucket too.

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4. Re: Lodging suggestions-for a couple in their 40's, no children

Check out the Red Jacket. Not sure if it'll be more than your budget but it's right on the beach.

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5. Re: Lodging suggestions-for a couple in their 40's, no children

There are some vacancies, it appears in Eastham and Wellfleet. Not all accommodations keep up with this availability calendar but for those that do, some have vacancies. You can come back to TA to check reviews.

wellfleetchamber.com/stay/babs-guesthouses-i…

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6. Re: Lodging suggestions-for a couple in their 40's, no children

The Mansion at Ocean Edge in Brewster might fit the bill for you. A quick check on Expedia showed an average rate of $278 for your dates.

In the mid-Cape area check out:

Centerville Corners Inn: a short walk to lovely Craigville Beach. Directly across from Four Seas Ice Cream. They have an indoor pool.

OR

The Oceanview Motel: directly across from Craigville Beach. No pool.

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7. Re: Lodging suggestions-for a couple in their 40's, no children

Thank you to everyone for all the wonderful suggestions!!!

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8. Re: Lodging suggestions-for a couple in their 40's, no children

There's also the Hyannis Harbor motel,, across the street from the Harbor, pools, walking distance to beaches. A lot of choices,, good luck! :)

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