Hard to believe, with all the traveling I've done, I've never stayed at a Bed & Breakfast until now! The Inn at Cape Cod was built as a private mansion in 1820, before becoming a stage-coach hotel in 1830. It is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places!
Our hosts, Mike & Helen Cassels, are just as charming and welcoming as the inn itself!
We spent the day in Hyannis - considered to be the hub of Cape Cod, with its mid-cape location surrounded by restaurants, B&B's, shopping, island ferries and beaches! It is also home to the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum and Kennedy Compound - no, we did not visit (invite must have gotten lost in the mail)! We drove through historic Main Street, admiring the lovely Colonial style homes along the way.
On our abbreviated schedule we wanted to make sure we hit the beach! Kalmus Park Beach was close, breezy and had a huge parking lot! Bingo!
Next stop - Boston and The Freedom Trail!