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TripAdvisor Top 10 to-die-for inns and B&Bs in the World

We are delighted to announce that we have been selected as one of TrivAdvisor's Top 10 to-die-for inns and B&Bs in the World!

Boston Magazine - Five Hidden Fall Getaways in Massachusetts

Fit for the noblest of sea captains, the Old Manse Inn was built in 1801 and has been home to countless seafarers over the years. Each room contains inlaid fireplaces, and impressive marine and landscape paintings can be found adorning the inn’s time-honored walls. The Old Manse also features a hilltop porch and patio for a relaxing lookout onto the two acres of terraced gardens, complete with chestnut and maple trees that are centuries old.

Aside from its antique charm, the Old Manse Inn offers complimentary bikes to explore town, discounts on excursions, access to horseback riding facilities, and connections to a spa to really get your relaxation on.

Thank You!

We would like to thank all of our guests for their recognition! If you have stayed with us, please take the time to write a review.

Best of Cape Cod Life 2009, 2010, 2012

Recent Guest Comments

Centrally located, Brewster has it all

The location of the Inn in Brewster is perfect - it is centrally located within a short drive of all of the other towns, and is near the beach and bike trails, as well as many wonderful restaurants and shopping.

Wonderful Weekend!

Our daughters gave us last weekend at The Old Manse Inn as a gift and we can't stop thanking them for showing us such a special place. From our need for a first floor room, to the comfy bed and covers, to the deck, to Charlie's scrumptious breakfasts, to my allergies, to the well appointed private bathroom and to Brian's suggestion for a casual dinner after our late arrival, we couldn't have been more pleased or made to feel more a part of The Old Manse Inn. Be Seeing you, Barbara & Mike Bouchard, Peace Dale, RI

A great B&B

This is a wonderful B&B. The breakfasts were exceptional, and the owner gave great advice about a great restaurant our first night. There were cookie and drinks available in the evening, and games in the living room that were fun to play. The rooms were lovely and the innkeeper was just wonderful. I'd highly advise visiting! Room Tip: The Captain's Room had a lovely bathroom with a tub.

"Quiet B&B with taste!"

I have stayed at several different b+b's at this point, on the Cape and elsewhere, and this is hands down my favorite. Never have I seen a b+b so tastefully kept. We stayed in the Vineyard Room, one of the newer (I believe) deluxe rooms, and it was beautifully decorated and just plain immaculate. Some b+b's can be pretty frumpy, with the drapes matching the wallpaper matching the bedspread (yuck!), but this one was anything but. Comfy, quiet, relaxing, modern. The common areas were also gorgeous. AND the breakfast. Oh my gosh, the breakfast! It was so good. We definitely got our money's worth each morning, and it wasn't just your basic bacon and eggs. I'm talking gourmet, mouthwatering, eat-till-you're-stuffed breakfast. The food alone makes this place worth it, but add in a great location, a relaxing atmosphere, and a pair of awesome innkeepers, and you'd be a fool to stay anywhere else.

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