The Little Things
When you vacation with a lot of people, chances are some little, but important things are going to be forgotten for some of you. Contact solution, deodorant, late night snacks for the ones who don’t sleep as well at night, or even formula for the tiniest travelers. The more humans, the more opportunities for forgetfulness. Fortunately, a vacation in Chatham, the village where most, if not all of our New England Vacation Rentals 6-bedroom homes are located, offers a wide selection of pharmacies and grocery stores. CVS tends to be the drug store of choice on Cape Cod, and can be found on nearly every corner. When it’s time to stock the pantry shelves with tasty treats, or to fill the refrigerator with foods for meal preparation, the Chatham Village Market at 20 Queen Anne Road offers organic produce and a taste of the flavor of the Cape.
Dining Out with Your Large Party
Eating may just be our favorite vacation activity, and even large parties of people have a lot of choices in Chatham. Long Shore Restaurant at 1077 Main St is known for its large patio area; grab a few tables and make dinner a party! Offering takeout as well, this is a good option for those evenings you just want to head home and sit around in your pajamas. Lunch at the Lazy Lobster, located at 247 Orleans Road, is always a good choice, and the huge helpings served here mean the lighter eaters can share a meal, while the hungrier ones will always be satisfied! Larry’s PX at 1591 Main Street is THE place to visit for the best breakfast in town. You probably will want to just fend for most of your breakfasts, but try to make time for a visit to Larry’s and a taste of their Belgian waffles with strawberries and whipped cream.
There’s Always Something to Do, Even When It Rains
Gather your people close and head over to newly renovated Chatham Orpheum Theater and spend a few hours munching on popcorn and watching the latest summer blockbusters. Weather the storm and visit the Chatham Lighthouse at 37 Main Street; tours are conducted on Wednesdays during the summer. Or, if the thought of venturing out into the damp chills you to the bone, why not stay home and play in your New England Vacation Rentals 6-bedroom home? Play pool with your nieces and nephews, construct a million-piece puzzle with your grandmother, or just grab a book and a comfy spot and be transported to places almost as magical as the Cape.
Luxurious Amenities and Features
Designed for upwards of twelve to sixteen guests, our six-bedroom homes and cottages for rent in Cape Cod, MA have open, airy floor plans that emphasize living and entertaining space. Plush beds, couches, loveseats, and chairs can be found throughout each of these enormous homes, ensuring that whether your party is gathered together or lounging in a nook of their own, everyone will have a comfortable place to relax.
Cozy details such as stone fireplaces, finely-crafted wooden furnishings, and woven rugs keep these mansion-like homes from feeling cold or stuffy, while elements such as vast arrays of windows, shaded patios, resort-style pools, humungous backyards, and pristine hardwood floors maintain an elaborate sense of quality.
Each of these homes comes with two to six and a half spacious bathrooms with elite features like walk-in steam showers and jetted tubs, in addition to an expansive and fully-stocked kitchen. These gourmet kitchens showcase stainless steel appliances, custom wooden cabinetry, granite countertops, and high-quality cookware and utensils for your use.
Finally, the charm of these New England vacation homes isn’t limited to the houses themselves; their beachfront views and convenient, centralized location in Chatham make them an ideally serene setting for shared moments that you can all cherish for years to come.
New England Vacation Rentals – See the Best of Cape Cod
To learn more about finding a cottage for rent on Cape Cod through New England Vacation Rentals, as well as additional information on the vacation rental process and the Cape Cod area in general, contact our office today!
Or visit Wikipedia’s travel page if you’d like to learn more about the area! (https://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/Cape_Cod)