At This Cape Cod Bed and Breafast

Built at the turn of the century, the Queen Anne style Cape Cod Inn and adjacent bed and breakfast Guest House reflect the gentility and charm of the Victorian Age. Stained glass windows, rich woodwork, gleaming hardwood floors and antique furnishings create an overall sense of warmth and harmony to this Cape Cod bed and breakfast. We also offer one ADA Handicapped Accessible room.

Guest Rooms
Sixteen rooms and a private cottage suite offer comfortable and professional accommodation with plenty of privacy. All of our rooms have sumptuous 600 thread count triple sheeting, televisions, telephones, alarm clock radios, hair dryers, irons, ironing boards, luggage racks, ceiling fans, ice buckets, bottled water, air conditioning and WiFi. The B&B also has ADA compliant facilities are available.

The Parlor
Coffee, assorted teas, ice water, candies and homemade cookies are provided in the parlor. Iced tea, lemonade, hot mulled cider, or hot chocolate are also offered in season.

Livingroom
Relax with tea and biscuits in the afternoon or a glass of wine in the evening next the warmth of the fireplace.

Front Porch and Garden
Hanging baskets, bouquets of flowers and wooden rocking chairs make up the views of the front gardens from the porch. The Inn’s organic herb garden, called The Humble Innkeeper’s Garden, is one of the secluded nooks where you can spend time relaxing.

Bicycles
Available for guest’s use, on a first-come, first serve basis (May – October only).

A New Recipe Book from Our Cape Cod Bed & Breakfast

Favorite Recipes of The Palmer House Inn
Favorite Recipes of The Palmer House Inn

Every day the innkeepers of The Palmer House Inn, Bill & Pat O’Connell, create a three to four course gourmet breakfast for their guests. Here are a few of our favorite recipes. We hope you enjoy them as much at home as you did at the Inn.

Recipes include: Gingerbread Pancakes with Lemon Sauce, Cranberry Sorbet, Hot Spiced Apple Cider, Blueberry Johnnycakes, Crustless Quiche with Smoked Salmon and many more.

This collection of traditional New England recipes and modern variations is beautifully illustrated with color photography by L. V. O’Connell. Order one for yourself at Blurb.com. Book Preview.