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Massachusetts Itinerary: Three-Day Weekend Trips from NYC

While life in a big city is stimulating and exciting, the endless hordes of people and nonstop visual impressions can leave you exhausted at times. For as much fun as the Big Apple can be, sometimes it’s time for a break from the hustle and bustle! Check out this three-day itinerary, perfect for an easy…

A Romantic Getaway from Boston is Just 1.5 Hours Away!

Cute happy couple embracing and smiling in a dark bar

There are enough crowds in Boston, so why would you want to be among them on your romantic getaway to the Cape, when it should feel like it’s just the two of you? Don’t worry, you can still visit Cape Cod without the crowds in the quaint town of Falmouth, MA! We have the cutest…

Top 6 Falmouth, Cape Cod Events – Book Early

Falmouth, Massachusetts is home to some incredible festivals and events throughout the year. Below you can view the top events that you do not want to miss! Book early and stay at our top rated Falmouth bed and breakfast. Arts Alive Festival The Arts Alive festival is a free three-day festival celebrating the arts. Featuring…

The Ultimate Foodie’s Guide to Dining in Falmouth

Half lobsters on ice with other shellfish

Food started out as a simple need, but has evolved into one of the greatest art forms of the 21st century. It makes sense too – if we’ve got to eat, why not make what we eat more interesting? Innovators of cuisine have spiced things up, added some flair, and built upon classic recipes to…

A Wonderful Cape Cod Winter Getaway

We all know how great the Cape is in the summer, but at Palmer House Inn, we have several ways to help you plan a fantastic trip to Cape Cod in the winter. Check out our list of the top 10 things to do this winter in Falmouth, MA for a fun and relaxing winter…

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…

The Brewster General Store

By Pat O’Connell Photos by Pat O’Connell The Brewster General Store was built at Carlton E. Sears Square, as a church in 1852 by the Universalist Society, at a cost of $5,000. The congregation declined because of the Civil War and the building and property were sold in 1866 for $1.00. At that time it…

Spice & Tea Merchants

Spice & Tea Merchants Falmouth has a wonderful new shop where one can buy spices, teas and gifts from around the world. It is the Spice & Tea Merchants at 245 Main Street and is located less that a ten minute walk from the Palmer House Inn. Browsing through this store is truly like stepping…