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Halloween in Falmouth

Just a few of our favorite trick-or-treaters out in the Trick or Treat Parade, the Night Watchman’s Tour, and Falmouth’s Village of Scarecrows at Halloween in Falmouth this year.   Falmouth’s Village of Scarecrows will be on display through November 15, 2014.   While all of our rooms have their own individual charm suitable for relaxation after…

8 Tips for Serving a Holiday Feast

Are you planning on serving a holiday feast to a group friends and/or family over the holidays? Nervous? Don’t worry. Whether it’s a group of old friends or new friends, whether it’s breakfast, lunch, or dinner; here are some tips to keep the event running smoothly and to keep your stress as host or hostess…

Historic Cape Cod: Victorian Age in Falmouth

This charming exhibit on historic Cape Cod is at Falmouth’s Museums on the Green will be running through October 11th. It is located in the 1730 Conant House at 65 Palmer Avenue, just 2 door away from the Palmer House Inn. Two of the values that people of the Victorian era held dear were respectability…

1st & Only Tesla Destination Charging Station Cape Cod

Tesla Destination Charging Station Cape Cod Up and Running at Falmouth Village’s Palmer House Inn News from Falmouth Village, MA – August 30, 2014 Falmouth Village, MA – When Bill O’Connell, co-owner of the Palmer House Inn in Falmouth Village, MA, heard his guests lament they’d have to drive all the way to Rhode Island to find…

The 24th Annual Falmouth Walk

In the past I have written blog posts about Falmouth being a “Runner’s Town,” well it is also a walker’s town. On Saturday August 16th, the twenty-forth edition of the Falmouth walk will begin at ten am. The starting line is at Town Hall Square. The exact distance is 3.2 miles. This years walk will…

How to Plan a Cape Cod Herb Garden

The Palmer House’s Cape Cod Herb Garden We are looking forward to some of the most beautiful gardens on Cape Cod this year (perhaps a little biased :). To be honest I’m not really an expert but this is how we put our garden together. Hopefully you can find some useful information or at least…

Welcome Spring!

It has been a long, cold, snowy winter but spring is here. Last weekend we turned the clocks ahead and now we have sunlight later in the afternoon. The green flower shoots are beginning to poke their leaves through the soil and the buds on the flowering trees are growing larger. If we do have…

The Antique Flatiron Collection

I grew up in Rocks Village, Massachusetts in the Deacon Phineas Nichols House. The house was built in 1740 and is a classic example of pre-revolutionary architecture. It has a central chimney with five fire places. The flooring is pumpkin pine and some of the boards are 24″ wide.  Before my parents purchased it, the…