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Functioning as the social, commercial, and transportation hub of Cape Cod, Hyannis is the perfect place to experience Cape Cod to the fullest. Whether you decide to shop at the town’s historic downtown Main Street area and the Commercial District, ride the ferry boat or the freight to Nantucket Island, see local museums and their fascinating exhibits, soak up the sun on one of the many beaches, or go boating in the town’s enormous natural harbor, you’ll never run out of things to do or see in Hyannis.
Between all of Hyannis’ activities and attractions, it’s difficult to tackle everything during a trip of less than a week in length. Because of this, New England Vacation Rentals offers a diverse selection of high-class weekly Hyannis vacation home rentals for your enjoyment when you stay in the lovely town of Hyannis. Read on below to learn more!
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Complete with quaint colonial architecture and locations that are just minutes away from attractions like Main Street, our immaculate Hyannis vacation home rentals showcase coastal-chic décor that complements the laid-back ambiance of these rentals. Open, airy floor plans feature oceanic color schemes that highlight the generous spaces for living and entertaining throughout each rental. Hardwood floors, plush furniture, handcrafted woodwork, and cozy fireplaces warm these gorgeous Hyannis MA vacation rentals. Wide windows let in the natural sunlight, keep the interiors cheerful and bright, and offer stunning views. Open-air decks, patios, and balconies give guests unforgettably gorgeous views as well. Lounging areas both inside and out make splendid spots for entertaining and relaxing.
Kitchens with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances function as the ideal place to prepare and share meals and memories with one another. Special touches like books, pianos, and tables for foosball and pool provide extra doses of entertainment, as do the flat-screen televisions throughout each of these properties. Large rooms and bathrooms supply guests with space and privacy.
Minutes away from these Hyanis vacation homes are attractions like the Kennedy Compound, the Cape Cod Maritime Museum, Sea Street Beach, Barnstable Skate Park, and sightseeing cruises, such as those offered by Hy-Line Cruises.
While your trip to Hyannis is bound to be unforgettable, there’s a beauty in a trip to Cape Cod that stems from the fact that there’s plenty more to explore while you’re here. Making time to get out and see the many sights and landmarks is a great way to round out your itinerary and take your trip to the next level of excellence. When you’re ready to experience a sense of adventure and make the most of every moment during your stay in one of our vacation rentals in Hyannis MA, be sure to add these stops to the top of your experience list.
There’s something fantastic about setting aside time to connect with nature and there’s no place better to do that during your travels than Nickerson State Park. This beautiful area of protected land is located at 3488 Main Street in Brewster and provides guests with more than 1,900 acres of land to be explored and enjoyed. While many visitors head this direction to take advantage of the 400 campsites that dot this location, it’s just as thrilling to spend the day hiking and enjoying stumbling upon the eight freshwater ponds that make up this park as well.
When you’re looking to define your trip to Cape Cod through its many flavors, you’ll want to be sure to set aside time for an afternoon trip to Four Seas Ice Cream during your stay in one of our vacation rentals in Hyannis MA. This savory stop can be found at 360 S. Main Street in Centerville. While Four Seas Ice Cream is known for its vast collection of tasty flavors waiting to be enjoyed, it also holds the title as one of New England’s oldest ice cream shops, first opening its doors to the public in the 1930s. Today, Four Seas Ice Cream continues to capture the minds, imaginations and taste buds of visitors from near and far.
Travelers to Cape Cod who have a heart for history and architecture alike will be thrilled with the chance to stop by and admire the Godfrey Windmill during their stay. First built in 1797, the windmill as fully and historically restored in 2012 and is put into motion on celebration days much to the delight of visitors. The windmill sits at 125 Shuttuck Place in Chatham and tours are available July through September on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 11:00 am and 3:00 pm.
Contact our friendly team of reservation specialists to find out additional information about Hyannis and the rest of the Cape Cod area when you book your stay in one of the cozy and charming Hyannis MA vacation home rentals available through New England Vacation Rentals today!
And if you’re interested in learning more about the area, visit WikiTravel to find out all you need to know! (https://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/Hyannis)