We are so fortunate to call Falmouth, Cape Cod home. Together with our fellow innkeepers in the Falmouth Bed and Breakfast Association we recently took the opportunity to showcase Falmouth and some of our associations beautiful bed and breakfast rooms, breakfasts, views, and things to do in the Better Way to Stay campaign spearheaded by the Professional Association of Innkeepers International.
The video shoot took place this past spring and the final product has now been created and lives on YouTube! We hope you enjoy this 56 second video trip to Falmouth (of course the shooting took place over a very full day…the magic of editing).
We had a lot of fun yesterday working with Luke the videographer and Marti Mayne of Maynely Marketing as they came to Falmouth to create a video for the Falmouth bed and breakfast association. Our video will include footage from several of Falmouth’s bed and breakfasts and will be part of a national campaign called a Better Way to Stay. The campaign is part of an effort by The Professional Association of Innkeepers to educate consumers on the wonderful bed and breakfast options available to travelers. Some still photos from the video shoot are included here for you. Special thanks to Jen Chagnon of The Pink Polka Dot and her husband Jared for being great sports as models for the video!!
The Red Chair has continued on its journey of a Better Way to Stay in Cape Cod and has arrived at The Captain’s Manor in in Falmouth. What a wonderful time visiting some of Cape Cod’s great landmarks including lovely Inns , museums, eateries, beaches, and quaint villages such as Falmouth Village’s main street.
What I found as we chaperoned the chair is that it is famous ! When we went over to the Queens Buyway shops a local bicycle rider yelled out “Is that THE red chair” and we were happy to reply it sure is! The next stop was Ben & Bill’s Chocolate emporium where one of the staff made a point of going to get the local paper and show the rest of her co-workers the article that had been written. I had no sooner arrived at Highfield Hall and was taking the chair out for its picture in the sunken garden when two of my favorite people from the Hall, Janet and Pat, came out and said they were just taking about the Red Chair the other day and saying wouldn’t it be great if it made a visit here. Off to the Visitor Center where the cry went out “The Red Chair is here”. My personal favorite was after taking some great shots over at the Nobska Lighthouse a gentlemen made a point of jogging over from across the street saying he just had to see what the fuss was about with THE Red Chair.