A Valentine’s Day Getaway at The Captain’s Manor Inn might be just the treat you are looking for in the cold days of winter.
When you arrive for your getaway you will find a special box of handmade chocolates from local chocolatier ,Ghelfi’s Candies, and a long stem rose in your guestroom. You can also select to add a premium romance package or other goodies to your booking.
The beauty of Falmouth Cape Cod in winter is that the town is open year-round. You can enjoy a stroll down Main Street in Falmouth Village and take advantage of the many unique boutique shops where valentine specials will be readily available.
Maybe you are looking for a new outfit for your valentine dinner….perhaps Port Cargo, Treasure Chest, or Green Eyed Daisy will have the outfit for you.
It might be a unique candle, piece of art, jewlery, pottery or other gift is what you are after ……check out such great shops as Vagabond Treasures, The Pink Polka Dot, Twigs, Touche, Celebrations to name a few. After your shopping stroll stop in at any of several restaurants like Stone L’Oven or Bear in Boots Gastropub for lunch.
Now it might be time to walk off your lunch and it is a wonderfully peaceful time to walk and perhaps take in Falmouth Harbor or Surf Drive Beach or any of the many walking trails by such locations as Spohr Gardens, Oyster Pond or Beebe Woods by Highfield Hall and Gardens.
Come on back to the Inn to relax and get ready for a romantic dinner at The Glass Onion or CSalt restaurants. There are a number of other options for dinner such as La Cucina Sul Mare or Anejo Mexican Bistro.
The most important part of all is the special quality time with your sweetheart away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and obligations.
Whatever you do we wish you a wonderful Valentine’s day!
It’s April and Daffodil Days are upon a clear sign of springtime on the Cape! In Falmouth don’t miss a trip to Spohr Gardens. Less than five minutes away from our Captains Manor Inn, the garden’s five acres of grassy paths are planted with daffodils, scilla, jonquils, crocuses, and other spring bulbs. Azaleas and rhodendrons follow to round out the season. While beatiful any time of year, springtime is really when the gardens are in their glory. Spohr Gardens is a hidden local gem; a beautiful serene oasis just minutes from the ocean. Historic anchors, including one from the HMS Bounty, and a ship’s bell are displayed along the waterway. It’s a beautiful spot to share a picnic and a great place to take some scenic photos. Grab some coffee or a sandwich from our many Main Street restaurants for a restful picnic on OysterPond surrounded by nature and quiet. There is no charge for admission, though donations are accepted. Daffodil Days: April 20 and 27 10 am to 2 pm
Link to the Gardens: http://www.spohrgardens.org/daffodildays.
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.
We invite you to enjoy wonderful talent showcased by the Falmouth Theatre Guild in Falmouth, Ma. during a stay at our Cape Cod bed and breakfast. The first show of the season is the wonderful Sound of Music featuring the well known music of Roger Rodgers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein. (also this weekend are the daffodil festivals Spohr Gardens, Falmouth and Nantucket island)
Opening Friday April 29th and running weekends through Sunday May 15th.
Performance times are 7:30 PM Fridays & Saturdays, and 2:00 PM Sundays. To purchase tickets please click here.
The theatre is currently undergoing renovations for the box office and restrooms. While on a walk the other day I took a few pictures of the work underway.