See the Cape, Nantucket & The Vineyard Charming 1920s Craftsman Home within 2blocks of Island Ferry terminal, 4blocks to the Hyannis Trans Ctr. Walk to Hyannis Harbor and Main St. Then take day trips from here to Islands, Provincetown, Chatham, etc.
You may park here for the duration of your stay, but not before 3pm on the day of check in and not after 12noon on the day of check out. (I have a limited number of spaces.)
Check-in anytime after 3pm.
Check-out 12 noon.
Shared outdoor patio area is available.
One walk-in closet is available per room.
Extra blankets are available.
Bikes are available during your stay, black lock combination is 1979. Ask to be set up on bikes for proper sizing. Helmuts are not supplied.
Available food for breakfast is posted on cabinets above coffee maker in kitchen. Coffee, Tea, OJ, Milk, Cereal, Toast, Jam, Bananas.
You can use the refrigerator for food and drinks, You can eat left overs or take out, but no cooking. I stick with the "Bed and BREAKFAST" tradition.
Meals are restricted to kitchen or patio - not rooms. Coffee and drinks ok in rooms. Glasses, ice available. Refrigerator and freezer available for food or drink storage.
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Active, healthy, self-employed chiropractor and musician. Originally from Cape Cod, lived for several years in San Francisco before returning to the Cape in 2003. Some of my interests include science, jazz and cycling. I love to cook, influenced by my mother's cooking. Musically influenced by both my mother (pianist) and father (drummer), I play saxophone, flute and piano.
As a host, I can offer you an in-depth understanding of the local history, natural history and businesses; the best places to go and the best way to get anywhere on the Cape or the Islands.