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!
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.
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.
Brian and Charlie were very welcoming and friendly hosts. The inn has a lot of charm with rooms that always felt clean and well maintained. They have bikes for their guests to use which we took full advantage of to cruise along the Old Rail line. Brian's breakfasts every morning were the perfect way to start the day. Each day was a new, delicious surprise. After having stayed in numerous B&B's around the country over the years, I have to say this was definitely one of my favorites. I hope we can come back and stay again someday.
My partner and I, along with our very best friends from New Orleans, stayed 2 nights at the Old Manse Inn this past weekend. Our friends had the pleasure of spending part of their honeymoon there in November, loved it and wanted to go back. I still looked at TA and saw that the Inn had changed hands but received great reviews. So, off we went. Suffice it to say, we've stayed in some questionable B&B's down south. The Cannonball Room (which had exactly what the name implies, a cannonball stuck in the wall), a scary Teddy Bear room, which nowhere did it say that Teddy Bears were the featured decor, and other type rooms that left much to be desired. However, The Old Manse Inn is having none of that! They are detail oriented, guest centric in their approach, and incredibly charming. Combined with the beauty and cleanliness of the rooms, makes this Inn in a league all by themselves. We had the West Wing - Suites 10 & 11. Big, beautiful rooms with absolutely delightful furnishings. The beds are heavenly. So much so, we bought sheets! The suites had fireplaces, plenty of closet space, flat screened TV's, king sized beds. Right outside your door there is a fully stocked coffee station with tea, cookies and port provided. There is a full sized refrigerator as well which they, graciously, allowed us to fill with all manner of beverages of both cocktail and soda. Every morning a gourmet breakfast which is as good as any "high cotton" restaurant. The common areas of the home are inviting, stocked with all manner of games, there is a piano, plenty of comfortable seating and lovely music. There is nothing negative about the Inn. Nothing. The innkeepers, Charlie & Brian are as gracious and accommodating as they come. Miss Leigh was never without a smile and Rufus, well, Rufus, is just an added bonus. The Inn is located such that P-Town is an easy drive as well as Hyannis and all points otherwise. We are looking forward to coming back and bringing over people with us. It's just that good. So, if you're reading this, go ahead and book. You won't be disappointed!
My husband and I stayed at the Old Manse Inn for one night, April 25. The new owners, Brian and Charlie, are fabulous, as was everything else about our brief stay. The complimentary beach chairs allowed us to enjoy an afternoon visit to the Robins Hill Beach which is just down the road. We stayed in the Rose Room, which was immaculate, and the queen sized bed was very comfortable. Added bonuses in the room were lovely glassware, complementary spa robes and a small TV which allowed us to watch the end of the Red Sox game in the privacy of our room before we went to bed. Breakfast, prepared by Bryan, was fabulous. We requested and were granted a slightly later check out to work with our schedule. We would definitely return and recommend this inn to anyone looking for unmatched charm and hospitality in beautiful Brewster on Cape Cod.
My wife and i spend a lovely overnight at the Inn. The inn keepers-- Brian and Charlie-- were among the nicest we have ever met, and made us feel very welcome. The room (deluxe) on the ground floor was absolutely wonderful, and breakfast was delicious. We were there "off-season" (mid April) and found Brewster to be a quiet and lovely area of the Cape. We recommend the Old Manse Inn highly to anyone looking for a beautuiful B& B on the Cape.