We are please to announce the launch of a new website and blog for The Captain’s Manor Inn, designed in WordPress by InsideOut Solutions, our website host. We hope you enjoy the new look, ease of navigation and expanded content of the website. The blog will continue to focus on the inn and our location in Falmouth on Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
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June 24th, 2010 by Trish Robinson
May 29th, 2010 by Trish Robinson
The weather is picture perfect on Cape Cod. We are pleased to have guests from around New England who have joined us this weekend and we still have a couple of nights open. Several of our guests are meeting friends on our wrap around veranda later this afternoon and then heading off to a wonderful dinner at The Glass Onion a renowned restaurant right around the corner. Enjoy your holiday as we celebrate the heroism of the U.S. men and women who died while in the military service.
May 13th, 2010 by Trish Robinson
Many of you know that we are scheduled to officially open our Cape Cod Inn on May 27, 2010 for Memorial Day weekend. We just had an unofficial opening with a couple of very special guests. About 6 weeks ago a movie producer stopped by our Inn to see our renovations and request if we would be able to accomodate a couple of actors for a short film he was producing in May. We told him we were officially opening the bed & breakfast Memorial Day weekend but we felt that we could open early for his guests. We are very pleased to let you know that we hosted two wonderful guests over the past four days. Mr Robert Vaughn and Ms. Melissa Errico McEnroe. What talented and lovely people. We thoroughly enjoyed being their home away from home and listening to them practice their lines for the upcoming film “Patrimony” which we understand is scheduled to be premiered at
the Sundance Film Festival next January. Read a Playbill story on the movie:
March 19th, 2010 by Trish Robinson
The Captain’s Manor Inn is a bed & breakfast on the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Falmouth Village Green Historic District. It is listed as Mostly Hall, a name it has been known by since the 1800′s when a young child remarked to his mother “look Mom, it’s mostly hall” upon entering the massive foyer.
The Inn was the 1st summer home built in Falmouth on Cape Cod and had its own furnace for heating and a private gas plant for interior and exterior lighting.