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Monomoy Light Room

Room at a Glance

  • Third floor room
  • Queen bed
  • Twin bed
  • Lots of storage
  • Up to 3 guests
  • Deluxe Room

$159-$219

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Accomodates up to 3 Guests

Formerly the Nauset Room.  Brighten your vacation in this cool and soothing retreat, its light and airy decor inspired by the brilliant blues and white Delft designs of the southern Netherlands. This room features a Celtic Iron queen bed and a twin bed for accommodating three guests. Its large closet and dresser gives you plenty of room for a longer stay.

After a day on the bike trails or nearby beach you'll look forward to relaxing in the wing chair or kicking up your feet to enjoy a DVD on our flat screen cable TV. Upon gazing out the windows you'll enjoy the stunning view of a dramatic church steeple and landscaped lawns. Tiled in-suite private bath is enhanced by the in room pedestal sink plus full amenities makes it special.

What our guests are saying

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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