I can't say enough about what a fantastic time my husband, 4-year old son, and I had during our long weekend at Woods Hole Passage.
It is difficult to find a B&B on the Cape that is child-friendly, but Deb and Lee welcomed our boy with open arms. They went out of their way to make him feel special, even going so far as to accommodate his picky palate when it came time for breakfast. We stayed in the "Four Fish" room, which had both a queen and a twin bed (in it's own little alcove), and everything was perfect.
The FULL breakfasts were delicious and nutritious - we had French toast and fruit on our first morning and an incredible fritatta with warm, homemade toast on the second.
The grounds are stunningly reminiscent of an English cottage. Birds abound, there is a fabulous stone patio, and even a hammock to relax in - make sure to visit the frogs in the little pond too!
As for the location, equi-distant between downtown Falmouth and downtown Woods Hole, it can't get any better. Bicycle paths, nature trails, beaches, and quaint towns - not to mention the ferry to Martha's Vineyard. It's all right there.
Woods Hole Passage is definitely a great place to stay on your Cape vacation - it is a little oasis of New England paradise that you won't want to leave. We can't wait to go back!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This 100-year-old carriage house sits on spacious grounds adorned by shade trees and flower gardens. The Inn is located close to the Shining Sea Bikeway, Martha's Vineyard, Nobska Lighthouse, the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and the many beaches of the Cape. Rooms have private baths and are graciously appointed in a comfortable, clean, airy atmosphere. We are a 'Green' property with free WIFI. Open year 'round. Children of all ages are welcome. ... more less