Hotels In Cape Cod
Trailfinders has done the hard work for you and brings you a handpicked selection of the best hotels.
For inspiration on how to include any of these hotels in a tailormade holiday ask for your copy of Trailfinders USA 2016 brochure.
Just a 2 hour drive from Boston is delightful CAPE COD. Enjoy its charming villages, miles of beaches and traditional seaside ambience. Travel by ferry to the upmarket yet laidback islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.
Enchanting Chatham, on the Outer Cape, is a historic village that offers a quintessential Cape Cod experience. Browse the boutiques and galleries, relax by the beach or explore the nearby sand dunes.
A lovely seaside town made up of eight small villages with lots of restaurants and galleries. There’s a 10 mile scenic biking path and the area is also home to beautiful, sandy Old Silver Beach.
This bustling, lively harbour town is home to lots of shops and restaurants and also a JFK museum. Its central location makes it a great base for exploring the whole of the Cape. Whale watching trips depart from nearby Barnstable..
At the tip of the Cape is liberal Provincetown. This picturesque and arty town is one of America’s most gay friendly destinations. Enjoy the bars along Commercial Street or relax on the wide, sandy beaches.
Established in 1639, this is the oldest village on Cape Cod. With quaint inns, antique shops, a village pond and picturesque white-steepled church it’s also one of the most charming.
Martha’s Vineyard & Nantucket
Explore the beaches and bike paths of idyllic Martha’s Vineyard or relax on ultra-exclusive and historic Nantucket Island, both just a ferry ride away from the mainland.
|Details||Rating Sort Hidden||Pricing Sort Hidden|