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September Special

We have owned Palmer House Inn for three months now (how they have flown by) and we would like to invite you to celebrate with us!   September is one of the best months on the Cape:  crowds are virtually nonexistent, say good-bye to long wait times at restaurants and heavy traffic, and say hello…

Front entrance to the Guest House

An Update for our Guests……

This morning, Palmer House Inn entered into a new era, when our climate control contractors flipped the master switch on our Guest House, and our brand new Central Air Conditioning System jumped into action with nothing more than the barely audible whisper of cool air entering the bedrooms.   Today we are permanently removing the…

Athletes running a race on a road

Road Race Weekend!

Saturday, August 18th.  Palmer House Inn is solidly booked, many rooms with repeat guests here for their annual trip to Falmouth to attend or to run in the Road Race! The previous hot and muggy days have given way to more comfortable temperatures and gentle sunlight filtered through a layer of fluffy clouds.  Right now…

August 12, 2018

We have had some marvelous sunny and hot summer days here, and the ocean water reflects that factor with extra mild temperatures. Every morning, beach towels rapidly disappear from the baskets and by early evening, the return baskets are full of towels brought back by beach going guests.   Our porches and decks and the…

New Ownership at Palmer House Inn!

                              Hi Everyone! On May 31, we took over the ownership of the Palmer House Inn, and made the move from busy Cambridge, Massachusetts to lovely Falmouth!   We arrived and immediately set out to work to learn what we needed to…

Cahoon Museum of American Art

By Pat O’Connell Photos by Pat O’Connell In the second half of the 18th century, Ebenezer Crocker built seven homesteads in the village of Cotuit. One of those homesteads, located at 4676 Falmouth Road, is now the stately two story colonial that houses the Cape Cod Museum of American Art. This house is a a…

Cultural Center of Cape Cod

The Cultural Center of Cape Cod Serving the Entire Cape Community ByPat O’Connell | Photos by Pat O’Connell The mission statement of the Cultural Center of Cape Cod is: “To serve the entire Cape community and visitors to the area by offering instruction, entertainment, and exhibition in the visual, literary, and performing arts.” The Cultural…

Bangkok Thai Cuisine

Falmouth’s restaurant Row has a wonderful new Thai restaurant – Bangkok Thai Cuisine. They have a bright charming location at 293 Main Street and also do a brisk take-out business. It is just a ten minute walk from the Palmer House Inn. The menu features seafood such as: Pinky in a Blanket, Shu Mai Shrimp,…