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Honeysuckle Hill
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Reviewed 19 August 2013

This is our 6th trip and always enjoy this B&B. Ownership has changed but quality is still there and this is a quintessial Cape Cod B&B. Comfy beds, good breakfasts and a nice quiet, relaxing atmosphere always beckon us back - Karen R

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 12 August 2013

Our stay on cape cod was short. We wanted to stay somewhere with a genuine new england feel. If you are looking for a place to stay look no further.Honeysuckle hill is a beautifully furnished and comfortable house. Local art work on the walls hint at places to visit. The porch was cool and comfortable to sit and relax and chat to fellow guests. Complimentary sherry on hand if wanted. The breakfasts were amazing , original, interesting and delicious . I will be after her recipes! Nancy's garden was lovely and tucked away was a hot tub we enjoyed one evening.Nancy and Rick were perfect hosts. Everything has been thought of. Great travel advice, helpful tips on where to eat and visit. Even beach towels,chairs and parasols for the beach , robes, flipflops and an out door shower for the hot tub.nothing was too much trouble.

Room Tip: They all looked of high standard. We had room 4 with room 3 attached like a suite of rooms for a family or 2 couples.
  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 11 August 2013

Lovely historic B & B. The owners were very helpful and friendly; great advice on sites to see and eateries. Creative breakfasts; welcoming surroundings and pretty gardens. Beautiful local art work adorning the house and available for purchase.

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 22 July 2013

We just enjoyed our sixth stay at Honeysuckle Hill. As with each visit before, it was delightfully relaxing, with a creative new breakfast every day. We love the calming atmosphere of the historic house. We found ourselves enjoying each day there so much that before we knew it, it was time to think about where to go for dinner.

We like the location, on the historic north shore, midway between Sandwich and Barnstable/Yarmouth. It is much more bucolic and historic than the south shore. Nearby can be found beautiful marshes, historic houses, and many good restaurants. The south shore is not that far away either.
It’s an ideal spot to enjoy the best of The Cape.

  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled as a couple
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CapeCodHoney, Owner at Honeysuckle Hill, responded to this reviewResponded 28 July 2013

Thanks so much Ken for your kind words. Rick and I really enjoy having you and Sally as our guests each year! Also, thank you for all of the pictures you have shared with us each year, that chronicle your stay at our Inn. Hope to see you again soon!
Best to you both,

Nancy & Rick, Innkeepers

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Reviewed 15 July 2013

Honeysuckle Hill is tucked away off of Route 6A on a tiny little gravel drive called Wisteria Lane. Arriving at sunset, the house was lit up like something from a travel postcard.

Many people say that the Cape is losing it's charm - too many mini golf courses, over crowded beaches, traffic, t shirt shops. Honeysuckle Hill is the polar opposite of all those things.

I travel quite a bit - usually quick trips - and I stay in a variety of places. Bed and breakfasts, chain hotels, independently owned hotels, luxury hotels, boutique hotels. It takes a lot for a place to grab my attention and stand out as remarkable. This place is truly remarkable.

As you walk up to the porch you experience the beautiful landscaping, the inviting semi-circle of white Adirondack chairs, the carefully chosen decor, the weathered shingled siding, and the sprawling gentleness of the house. Stepping into the porch is like stepping into the perfect summer living room - white wicker furniture arranged in a way that is conducive to socializing, but also offers areas that provide intimacy for smaller groups. It is screened in allowing the breeze and the smells of summer to drift indoors. The living room is thoughtful, comfortable and tasteful. Artwork by local artists punctuates the living room and the rest of the house.

The dining room is cozy but easily seats 10 people with one large table in the middle, and 3 smaller tables skirting the perimeter.

Everything is a mix of traditional and historic, with comfort and modern amenities. My room - Morning Glory - was upstairs tucked away through a narrow hallway. The room was spacious - plenty of room to relax and unpack. There was more than enough space. Decorated in cool shades of green and white, it was very relaxing. The private bath was generously sized. The shower was particularly nice. Tiled in marble, classic brass shower head (there were lovely period brass fixtures throughout the whole house), a built in seat - it was narrow, but surprisingly comfortable and had plenty of room to maneuver.

The TV was small, but had all the channels I enjoy watching (including the Food Network). And, truth be told, this isn't the type of place where you want to cozy up in front of the TV.

Breakfast the first morning included: strawberry yogurt brulee, squash and zucchini frittata with homemade salsa, homemade banana bread, coffee, juice. Everything was delicious.

Breakfast the second morning included: fresh fruit cocktail, lemon ricotta pancakes, homemade blueberry bread, coffee, juice. Again - everything was fantastic.

This was technically a business trip, but I had a friend stay with me so we could enjoy the non-work time together. We enjoyed take out in the dining room, cocktails on the porch, and ended the evenings in the living room. There were only 2 other guests while we were there so everything felt very private and exclusive.

Nancy and Rick were the perfect hosts. They helped turn our takeout into a true dinner with plates, glasses, flatware and candlelight. They even accommodated our schedule by starting breakfast a half hour early on the morning we left.

I would absolutely stay here again. If you are looking for an escape, Honeysuckle Hill is the place. It is the perfect place for a romantic getaway, or just a solo relaxation getaway.

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled with friends
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