Lobster Claw

Lats night Rich and I ventured out for our annual lobster dinner at in Orleans. As we were entering our second summer here a very nice gentleman showed up at the inn and introduced himself as Don from The Lobster Claw. He gave us an envelope witha certificate for two free dinners of our choice. …

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AWARD WINNING INN

The last two weeks have been exciting here at Old Manse Inn. Every year Cape Cod Life Magazine asks its readers to vote for their favorite places on Cape Cod. Everything from the best restaurants, best places to shop and best ice cream to name a few. Old Manse Inn won the most votes for …

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Brewster in Bloom

This past weekend, Brewster held its 27th Annual Brewster in Bloom celebration. The festivities were made especially memorable because everything at the Old Manse Inn, from the daffodils to the magnolia tree, was in full bloom. As a rule, all the daffodils pop up in March and are gone by the time Brewster in Bloom …

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Spring has Arrived

Although the thermometer did not make us feel that spring has arrived, my morning walk to the beach with Maggie did. First I would like to tell you about how inviting the beach is. After Storm Nemo hit Cape Cod we were devastated at how the beach had been transformed to what looked like a …

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Winter Storms

We haven’t been quite as fortunate on Cape Cod this winter as last year. Storm Nemo arrived and the beaches got hit Cape Cod pretty hard. Here at Old Manse Inn,we did all the normal preparations for a storm. Rich went grocery shopping and took down all the flags. We put away or nailed down …

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A Very Happy Quest

I was so happy to hear that Brent and Jenn had such a wonderful time while staying with us. The best way I could share the wonderful pictures she took is to have you all read her blog post. http://fitterself.blogspot.com/2012/07/weekend-on-cape-by-picture-part-i.html Hope this works :-))

Four Year Anniversary

Yesterday we proudly celebrated our 4th anniversary of inn keeping at The Old Manse Inn. In the 4 years we have been privileged to own this charming establishment, we feel we have been successful in improving the level of comfort and security for our guests. Our first and biggest accomplishment was the 2009 renovations to …

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Old Manse Inn COVID-19 Update

Updated July 27, 2020

Dear Old Manse Inn Family,

We are finally open for the season - and now indoor / outdoor dining is allowed as well!  :)

Charlie and Brian hope that this note finds you all doing well and staying safe. We have missed you and we are certainly looking forward to seeing and hosting you all once again!!  We subscribe to the idea that we can achieve our best selves here at the Inn by working towards the common good.  This includes the safety and well-being of our guests - and our great staff!

At the direction of the state of Massachusetts, we were allowed to re-open as of Monday, June 8th.  To our delight and surprise, we were then allowed to do indoor dining starting on Monday, June 22nd.  This also means that all local restaurants are allowed to begin indoor dining service as well!  Please contact individual restaurants for the services they are providing, including any need for a reservation.

Effective Saturday August 1st, Governor Baker of MA announced that all travelers entering Massachusetts - both out of state residents and Massachusetts residents returning home—must comply with a new travel order.  The new travel order requires all visitors and returning residents to fill out a Massachusetts Traveler Form, unless they are coming from a state that has been designated a lower risk COVID-19 state or fall into an exemption category.  Currently, the lower COVID-19 states are NY, NJ, CT, ME, RI, VT, NH and HI.  All lodging entities are required to inform guests at the time of booking.  The new travel order also provides that visitors and returning residents arriving in Massachusetts from any place other than a COVID-19 lower risk state must quarantine for 14 days unless they can produce a negative COVID-19 test result administered on a sample taken not more than 72 hours prior to arriving in Massachusetts.

Brian was appointed to work on the Brewster Reopening Advisory Board so that the public and private entities that make up our great town work together on the State of Massachusetts restrictions and guidelines that pertain to us.  We will be communicating those guidelines and available options to all guests as their arrival dates approach.  We will also be requesting responses from each guest to make sure individual needs are taken into account as well.  Where possible, and with some creativity, we hope to still provide all of the amenities that you are used to enjoying here at the Inn!  We feel that the precautions are the socially-responsible choice and will support a more favorable long-term outcome for the communities and guests that support us.

If you have any questions or need more details, please reach out directly to Brian at the Inn via email (innkeeper@oldmanseinn.com or phone 508-896-3149). We will be monitoring the evolving situation constantly as we move forward so that we can welcome you all for a great stay!  In the meantime, we are now accepting reservations for the Summer & Fall seasons - and beyond!

We hope you will join us as we know everyone needs that time away these days to re-charge after the last few months.

All Our Best,

Brian & Charlie