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Cape Cod Marathon 2011 Athletes at the Inn

The Cape Cod Marathon draws runners from all over the world. This is Kjell, she and her husband are from Sweden. They stayed at the Palmer House Inn this past weekend. Kjell, did the half marathon on Saturday and her husband ran with her on Saturday and then completed the full marathon on Sunday. This…

November’s Recipe: Cranberry Nut Bread

An excellent compliment to the array of tasty foods around at Thanksgiving time. Go to our website for the full recipe. Recipe Book Favorite Recipes of The Palmer House Inn You can find this recipe and many more in the Inn’s recipe book. Order a copy for yourself (at blurb.com).

Happy Diwali

Wishing everyone a Happy Diwali and a prosperous new year!

October’s Recipe: Cranberry Cheesecake Shake

This decadent recipe will get you ready for cranberry picking season. Go to our website for the full recipe. Recipe Book Favorite Recipes of The Palmer House Inn You can find this recipe and many more in the Inn’s recipe book. Order a copy for yourself (at blurb.com).

Cape Cod B&B Review: The jetted tub was refreshing after a long day!

What a delightful respite from the standard road warrior accommodations. The jetted tub was a refreshing addition after a long day crunched over a laptop computer! Breakfast & coffee over a daily newspaper while listening to the birds chirp & watching a squirrel store up goodies for the winter. Can’t think of a better way…

Remembering

We would like to take a moment to thank our heroes who gave their lives on 9/11, and to thank those who continue to serve today. God Bless America  

September’s Recipe: New England Blueberry Smoothie

Once you’ve gone blueberry picking, you’ll be ready to make this tasty treat as a reward. Go to our website for the full recipe. Recipe Book Favorite Recipes of The Palmer House Inn You can find this recipe and many more in the Inn’s recipe book. Order a copy for yourself  (at blurb.com).

Angelica on Cape Cod

The Palmer House’s front garden has been drawing quite a bit of interest this summer. Angelica is a native herb of continental Europe. The origin of its name is from at story about a monk, who when praying for a cure for the plague, was visited by St. Michael the Archangel, and was shown the…