Feeding a Family on Cape Cod
The most expensive part of any vacation is feeding the family; eating every meal at a restaurant can put a strain on your finances, but your 2-bedroom New England Vacation Rentals home has a secret weapon that most hotels don’t: a kitchen filled with all the necessities to make healthy and hearty home-cooked meals, minus the food. Only you can know what your family enjoys and what they can eat safely, without fear of an allergic reaction, so your first stop should be at one of the many quality grocery stores that can be found on Cape Cod. Chain stores like Shaw’s Markets and Stop and Shop are located in various spots across the Cape, or you can visit some of our smaller shops for a true New England shopping experience. Ring Brothers in Dennis is one of our favorites, especially if you are looking for a unique bottle of wine to pair with the fish you caught earlier today.
A Taste of the Cape
A truly memorable vacation involves a variety of events: a vacation home as comfortable as your own, only better, a location that offers adventures around every corner, and restaurants that prepare and serve mouthwatering meals that you will dream about for years to come. Your Cape Cod vacation in a New England Vacation Rentals home will check all these boxes and then some.
Breakfasts at The Daily Paper in Hyannis are healthy, hearty, and scrumptious; the homemade sausage gravy over buttermilk biscuits are worth writing about in the daily paper! The Corner Store in both Harwich and Orleans have the best burritos and paninis with an emphasis on healthy and good taste. And when you live on an island surrounded by water, you can expect that the seafood served here will be out of control delicious, and you would be right! The Ocean House in Dennisport is a regional favorite.
When It’s Time to Play
Cape Cod has a long and rich history, beginning with the beginning of our country, and the museums on the Cape are filled with ancient treasures you won’t find anywhere else. The Sandwich Glass Museum, the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum, and the Chatham Railroad Station offer a unique selection of memorabilia guaranteed to keep you talking!
Fantastic Amenities and Features
Peaceful and cozy without sacrificing space, our two bedroom vacation homes and cottages for rent on Cape Cod feature classic New England touches like pure white trim and a laid-back beach feel generated by the coastal chic décor.
These two bedroom homes and cottage rentals on Cape Cod have open floor plans that make ample use of their layout. Natural light shines through the many windows in these homes, diffusing into and brightening up rooms with a serene glow during the day.
Traditional Cape Cod details like knotty pine accents, hardwood floors and comfy furnishings give these homes the benefits of a hotel or resort for much less.
However, unlike a singular cramped room in a hotel or resort, these homes have incredible extras that set them apart. Upwards of six guests can be comfortably accommodated in our two-bedroom homes. Additionally, each of these homes comes with a fully-stocked kitchen for your convenience, complete with appliances, cookware, and utensils, making it easy to prepare and share meals with loved ones. You can also cozy up to the brick fireplaces when the temperatures drop at night.
Outside, open-air decks and patios allow you to fully absorb the splendid views of lush, dense swathes of forest scenery.
These homes are conveniently located in Cape Cod hotspots like Harwich, Brewster, Orleans, Dennis Port, and Chatham, where you’ll find a number of intriguing attractions and fun-filled activities nearby.
New England Vacation Rentals – Your Gateway to Cape Cod
See the best of what Cape Cod has to offer when you choose to plan your vacation with New England Vacation Rentals! Call or email our dedicated team of reservation specialists to learn more about our homes, condos, and more that we have available for your vacation needs. Contact our office today and begin planning your next great escape with a vacation rental on Cape Cod!
And for more on the area, visit Wikipedia’s travel page today! (https://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/Cape_Cod)