A two-acre estate that serves as home to regal Cape Cod lodging.
This stunning compound features three unique properties: a mansion in the Greek Revival style, a Carriage House and Stables and the Captain's Cottage with a bow roof. The original house is steeped in Cape Cod history, beginning with its builder. Sea captain Hiram Harding is a bit of a Chatham legend. He fathered nine children who grew up in the area, and many area streets, buildings and a beach are named after him. Each of the guest rooms is uniquely decorated with accents and amenities that may include exposed beam ceilings, four-poster beds, brick fireplaces and whirlpools. A fruit and juice basket awaits your arrival, and an exquisite breakfast and high English tea are served, the latter in the afternoon. The herb garden is surrounded by a charming white picket fence and features bubbling fountains and an abundance of color in the warmer months. Fireplaces for the winter and open porches for the summer welcome visitors year-round. Unlike at many bed-and-breakfasts, you can enjoy a heated swimming pool and fitness facility. Children must be older than ten to stay here.