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Inn at the Oaks
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Reviewed 18 November 2013

We stayed at a “Suite” at the Inn at the Oaks in Eastham MA.
From the pictures on the web it seemed to be a very nice looking place, to stay for a couple of days.
We decided to get a suite to have a nicer place while we were there.
The people were friendly when we checked. The main house was very nicely maintained and furnished. I thought it was going to be a nice place to stay until we were shown the suites that were located in what looked to be a remolded barn of some type. The furnishing seemed mismatched and cheap. The shelving unit was made of raw 2x4 type wood (not even finished). But the big disappointment was in the bathroom. The shower enclosure was made of aged wood. It looked like it was taken from some old building that had been torn down. It was so short overhead that when I showered I kept bumping my hands on the ceiling. The worst part was the aged wood smelled badly when it got wet with the water from the shower. It was a dreaded part of my stay to have to take a shower there. The mattress wasn't very comfortable. So it was hard to get a good nights sleep.
We didn’t go there to watch television, but did want to see the news etc. in the evening. The television in the room was very small. It was hard to see that small of a television. It seemed to be cheap for a suite.
I think the people that worked there seemed friendly and tried hard to make it a nice stay. The big disappointment was the (lack of) quality of the rooms.
We were able to find other places close on Cape Cod that were similar in price (or less) for nicer accommodations.

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 10 November 2013

At the end of a tour of New England, we stayed at Inn at the Oaks in the 'Seacrest' room which was very comfortable, cosy and quaint.

The Inn is a great place- very welcoming and the staff were very helpful. All the little touches make the stay particularly pleasant- cookies on arrival, coffee and spiced apple in the afternoons; handwritten welcome note etc.

Eastham is a nice central place from which to explore the cape, and the Inn is two minutes away from the National Shore Vistor Centre from where you can pick up many bike trails and hikes.

Be aware- from mid October many restaurants and attractions are closed so you may have more of an issue finding places to eat out in the Eastham area, but if you head towards Orleans/Chatham, many more places seem to be open 'off season'.

It was a restful and delightful end of our holiday in New England and couldn't recommend it more!

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank MTKRoss
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Reviewed 8 November 2013

We spent 6 nights at the Oaks in mid-October and were thoroughly pleased. We stayed in the Sunset Room - spacious, quiet, clean - - it suited us perfectly. Breakfast was just right - simple, fresh and in a great setting.

Next time we're on the Cape, we're staying at the Inn at the Oaks - no doubt about it!

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled with family
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Thank Rick L
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Reviewed 8 November 2013

We just stayed our 5th time at this inn in the last 3 years! We keep coming back every time they have a livingsocial deal just so we have an excuse to stay there.

This is an excellent place to stay. The staff is so friendly and accommodating. I love the cosiness of the rooms, and the independence of walking freely on the grounds. It feels like you are staying at a friends house!

They also gave some good tips on what to do off season on the cape!

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled with family
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Thank Catherine P
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Reviewed 4 November 2013

My husband and I just got back from a wonderful weekend spent at the Inn at the Oaks. We were fortunate to get their one available room for a very last minute getaway. Off season rates could not be beat!

We stayed on the third floor, and as mentioned by others, this is not a room for the tall folks. At just under six foot, my husband routinely banged his head on the ceiling, but we were given fair warning, so no complaints allowed! Our bathroom was just s few steps down the hall and was only accessible to us - next best thing to having one in your own room. Linens, etc were nice and both rooms were super clean. We peeked into several other roooms on Sunday before checkout and were pleased to see several that were much larger, with en suite bathrooms. Good to note for our next visit!

We arrived just before seven on Friday night and our innkeeper Kelly could not have been nicer or more welcoming. She gave us a tour of the Inn, which was much larger than we expected. There were many different rooms and areas within the common space where you could just curl up comfortably with a book or your laptop and hang out. One of the living rooms offered coffee, hot apple cider and awesome cookies every evening - yum! Though the inn was fully booked we were amazed at how infrequently we bumped into any of the other guests. In better weather we certainly would have enjoyed spending time on one of the decks or patios as well.

Though our room did not have a fridge in it, there was one available to guests, as well as a microwave and water cooler, in the common area, along with wine glasses, bottle openers, etc. Very nice and convenient!

Breakfast was really terrific - Not just your typical, cold continental fare. There was a wonderful assortment of homemade breads and muffins as well as bagels, breads and English muffins for toasting. Fresh cut fruit, yogurt, oatmeal, coffee and tea ans several fresh juices made it a really nice offering.

We've stayed in this town on the Cape a number of times, usually in a new place each time, but I have to say that this is one place I look forward to staying at again and again.

Thanks for the great weekend and keep up the great work!

Room Tip: Third floor rooms are as small as they appear in photos. Not workable for tall folks.
  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled as a couple
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