Many of our guests at The Captain’s Manor Inn enjoy the outdoors during their time in Falmouth, Cape Cod. Outdoor activities include hiking spots such as Beebe Woods or Spohr Gardens, biking on the Shining Sea bikeway, walking the village main street, swimming over at Surf Drive beach and kayaking. Cape Cod Kayak located in the village of Cataumet in Falmouth has been a favorite of our guests in terms of equipment rentals and tours. So next time you visit perhaps you might like to try a new outdoor adventure and head over to Cape Cod Kayak to see some of our beautiful seashore from a new angle.
Archive for July, 2011
July 26th, 2011 by Trish Robinson
July 20th, 2011 by Trish Robinson
We are personally looking forward to heading over to Highfield Hall today to experience this extraordinary event. Over 50 talented artisans from the United States and Canada will be part of the event.
For more information on this very special event including the calendar click here
July 18th, 2011 by Trish Robinson
One of the reasons we purchased The Captain’s Manor Inn in Falmouth Ma. after looking at Inn properties throughout the East coast was the beauty of Cape Cod and how many things there are to do on the Cape or nearby. One great example is the Newport Jazz Festival seeing as Newport is only an hour and ten minutes from The Captain’s Manor Inn in Falmouth Cape Cod.
Why not attend the Newport Jazz Festival on August 5th, 6th and 7th and after the festivities on Sunday head to Falmouth and plan a respite at The Captain’s Manor Inn enjoying all there is to offer in Falmouth. While here we encourage you to plan a day trip to Martha’s Vineyard. Start early with a full breakfast at 8am at the Inn and then head over to the ferry for your 45 minutes trip to Martha’s Vineyard. Enjoy a day of exploration on the Vineyard then take the ferry back and plan on a wine/cheese platter at our Inn before going out to dinner at one of the fine restaurants in walking distance from the Inn.
July 15th, 2011 by Trish Robinson
Just a short stroll from our bed and breakfast accomodations at The Captain’s Manor Inn is lovely Falmouth Village. This year’s arts and crafts street festival on July 13th in Falmouth Village Cape Cod was fantastic. It was a hot summer day and thousands of people came to enjoy the beautiful handcrafted items and to see many of the artisans performing their craft work. Main Street in Falmouth was closed down as they do each year for the festival. The Falmouth Village shops and restaurants on main street participate in the big day and many set up tables outside their shops and restaurants with great merchandise or nice ice cold water and other snacks.
Pictures of a couple of our favorite artisan booths are shown below.
July 11th, 2011 by Trish Robinson
The beauty of Cape Cod is how much there is to do on the Cape or nearby. For example, Newport is only an hour a ten minutes from The Captain’s Manor Inn in Falmouth Cape Cod.
Why not attend the Newport Folk Festival on July 30th and July 31st and after the festivities on Sunday head to Falmouth and plan to stay a couple of days at The Captain’s Manor Inn enjoying all there is to offer in Falmouth. You could even plan a day trip to Martha’s Vineyard. Come on down to breakfast early say at 8 and then head over to the ferry for your 45 minutes trip to Martha’s Vineyard. Spend the day exploring all there is to see on the Vineyard then take the ferry back and plan on a wine/cheese platter at our Inn before going out to dinner at one of the fine restaurants in walking distance from the Inn.
We hope to see you soon.
July 7th, 2011 by Trish Robinson
In planning your summer vacation consider a visit anytime July20-September 4, 2011 to historic Highfield Hall in Falmouth. Just around the corner from our bed and breakfast, this exhibition of contemporary mosaic art will take center stage at Highfield Hall this summer. Over 50 mosaic artists from the US and Canada will participate. This is the largest mosaic exhibit ever held on the East Coast. Featured events include workshops, tours, films and lectures about mosaic art and history.
Presented by National Mosaic Exhibition on Cape Cod.
July 5th, 2011 by Trish Robinson
Congratulations to Newlyweds Lilliana and Naldo who spent the beginning of their Honeymoon at The Captain’s Manor Inn. Lilliana got ready the morning of the wedding at the Inn before heading off to Sphor Garden in Falmouth for the wedding ceremony. Lilliana and Naldo’s Boston photographer, Kim Calakoutis of K-C-Studios, was kind enough to share a link where you can view some beautiful photos of Lilliana as she prepared for the big day as well as photos of Lilliana and Naldo being wed at Spohr Garden in Falmouth.