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Cape Cod Sailing Adventure Charters on “Bounder”

Falmouth’s own Bob Barker and his beautiful 26′ sloop “Bounder” will be available for carter starting in May. Their sailing season will continue sailing into October this year.  He will offer full day, half day, sunset, and overnight cruises. Bob is a professional captain/master mariner with over 40 years experience. We have had a number…

Spring is Here – The Palmer House Inn Garden

Spring is in the air in Falmouth, and our garden has started to bloom. The “snow drops” are in full bloom and the daffodils will not be far behind. The gardens are beginning to awaken after their long winter’s nap. The Inn has several beautiful gardens on the property. The front garden is filled with…

Cape Cod B&B Donates to the Woods Hole Historical Museum

The Palmer House Inn of Cape Cod will donate 10% of that weekends proceeds  to the museum.   The Woods Hole Historical Museum presets its eighth biennial model boat show on April 16 – 17, 2011 (tickets $). The exhibits will be located in several buildings in the village of Woods Hole on Cape Cod.…

The Cahoon Museum of American Art

This charming museum is just 20 minutes drive from the Palmer House. ASHES TO ASHES  & DUST TO DUST March, 15 – May, 1 This exhibition will look at five exquisite potters found along the Cape’s historic roads. Ron Dean Diane Heart Denny Howard Kevin Nolan Gail Turner It will include visits to some of…

The Cape Cod Sunrise

The crown jewel of the Palmer house breakfasts has become a simple little juice treat called the “Cape Cod Sunrise”. It consists of cranberry juice and orange juice and it has become a morning hit. We have had some folks stay here for an entire week and order a sunrise every day. I guess that…

Travel Cape Cod and See the Cape by Rail

The train travels, clickety clack, along the track at a soothing rhythm. The passing landscape includes swatches of the Cape’s unspoiled scenery such as cranberry bogs. woodlands, tranquil ponds and marshlands. Riding the rails is a unique way to see and experience the Cape. It harkens back to a bygone era when railroad transportation was king.…

Kayak the Cape

The Cape is a kayaker’s paradise. To push-off from shore and explore any of the fresh or salt waterways is to see Cape Cod in its essential nature. Always remember to pack water, a hat and sunscreen and plan ahead so the tides work with you. Two local kayak locations are: Cape Cod Kayak in nearby Cataumet…