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La maison d'un vieux 1820 mer capitaine a été restaurée en 1988 dans un amusement vraiment merveilleux et relaxant B & B Inn. Chacune des 14 chambres possède sa propre salle de bain et son propre thème des animaux. Les gens sont sympas ainsi que chien amical. Un petit déjeuner complet, vin à sixish, vélos dix débit gratuit, salle de billard, porches couverts et des terrains de roulement en font un merveilleux endroit où séjourner qui est à quelques minutes de partout. Toad Hall, une collection de voiture de sport de plus de 50 voitures fait partie de l'auberge. C'est juste amusant!
1,4 sur décembre 05, 2015
It is advertised as a Bed and Breakfast and the web page provides a lot of information about the wonderful breakfast Mr. Bill provides. Let me describe mine.. We came in the morning to the breakfast area and were cheerfully greeted by owner. He went to the kitchen to make a breakfast for us. My wife and I put coffee into our cups. I like hot coffee and mine was not hot enough for me. I went to the kitchen and asked permission to use the microwave to warm up my coffee. Bill opened the small dirty microwave. I was amazed to find inside of this microwave a few sausages placed on a color printed newspaper insert. This is how Bill was warming up these sausages. He took the newspaper with sausages out and let me warm up coffee. After that he put this newspaper and sausages back to the microwave and continued to warm up sausages. Maybe it is me but it was absolutely disguising. What is he thinking that he cannot find anything but used newspaper inserts to warm up food for customers? He cannot find anything in his Inn stuffed with tons of “historical” junk to prepare food using normal stuff: plates, paper towels, napkins…..???? Are there any regulations and just regular food preparation rules people should use while preparing food known in this Inn? So, he delivered our breakfast: 3 pieces of unripe cantaloupe, two pieces of some kind of toast fried on a pan with something else and the sausages mentioned above. Should I mention that we took sausages for our dog and I still feel guilty for this? Should I mention that it was our last visit to breakfast area? I am speechless about this “breakfast” and absolutely disguised with the owner. He charged us $200 per night and was cooking on a dirty newspaper? Stay away from this place is not exactly correct. In my opinion it should be “Run away from this place” One star for this Inn is way too many Shame on you, Bill
4,8 sur décembre 02, 2015
We were very pleased to stay at Simmons.
4,2 sur octobre 10, 2015
Bill Putman is a wonderful host who went out off his way to insure we were served well. Would definitely stay here again if future travels take us to Cape Cod again.
Réponse du propriétaire
Thanks for the revue, but more thanks for liking the place. We try our hardest and soooo happy when it works. You folks and all the guests are very special people. Thanks for coming and hope to see you again.
3,4 sur août 30, 2015
Room 12 were 2 rooms with a private bath, very comportable for a family of four. Rooms were clean and individually. A lot of "schnickschack" in all rooms. I think I haven´t seen all things during our stay. Innkeeper has 25 cats and 50 automobiles. He is an unicum and very helpful. He prepares warm breakfast by himself. Houses stand in anhuge area with many corners to sit an relax an feel at home. Bicycles are a bit old, hard work to do a tour.
4,6 sur juillet 30, 2015
This was the rare, truly dog and people friendly b and b. Spoiler alert: decorated with a man's touch.
5 sur octobre 04, 2014
This is by far the best, The innkeeper is very friendly and helpful, the room was warm and very clean. You can spend hours looking at all the neat stuff and still not see it all, so it will require a return trip for sure. Plus Bob who is our cocker was celebrating his birthday and had a wonderful time. The added bonus aside from the antique cars is of course the cats . See you soon!!!!!!!!!!
Réponse du propriétaire
Thanks and now you have to come again after you wrote telling me about the books you wrote and especially about Bob. I have that book now, so at least Bob the pup has to come back and 'stamp' his footprint on the book :-)
4,4 sur mai 26, 2014
We enjoyed our stay at the Simmons Homestead Inn and will definitely return. It's one of the few dog friendly inns on the Cape. The rooms were cute and cozy, the breakfasts good and plentiful, and the staff very helpful. We stayed in the Dog Room, which was cute but small.
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I'm glad your whole gang had a great time. About half our guests have dogs and they seem more caring. Probably why they travel together. And the guest that don't have dogs like it when the others care about the pups and the pus care about the people. Nice combo. And yes, the dog room is our smallest, but that is why it is $20 a night less than other queens. But all the rooms are fun. And thanks to you for coming!
5 sur mai 01, 2014
Simmons Homestead Inn is simply the best place to stay on Cape Cod. The innkeeper is very accommodating and wonderful. The rooms are beautiful and our bed was extremely comfortable! The living room is gorgeous with a brilliant, working fireplace. The free breakfast is delicious and includes omelets, coffee cake and pancakes. Coffee and tea, fresh and hot, were always available in the dining room. Staying here in Hyannis Port for the last few days, and we don't want to leave. The weather has been perfect, so we managed to go bike riding and photo touring. Staying at an old captain’s house, the Simmons Homestead Inn, which has been updated and has add-ons? Like several sheds / barns that house classic sports cars, all red in color. Bill is the Innkeeper, an older gentleman, who cares for the cars and the guests here. In the morning, you can spot him early, making coffee and preparing the bountiful breakfast. One day it was pancakes filled with fresh berries, the next day he made us omelets with sausage and fruit. I liked the very large common area / living room with a nice fireplace and windows overlooking the lawn and pond out back. Bedrooms are spacious, and have been updated, as I could easily tell that the bathroom was an add-ton, and not part of the original home. I don’t know if it’s the salt-air, or the comfortable bed, but we slept well and long. It was nice to sleep late, and not have to do anything I didn’t want to do on this mini-vacation on the coast. Cape Cod is really beautiful at this time of year, and we managed to capture some nice pictures (that’s me in front of one of the innkeeper’s many red sports cars). We whole-heartily recommend the Simmons Homestead as your inn to stay while on Cape Cod. We made the right choice, as you will too! It doesn’t get any better as a romantic get-a-way, or a family vacation spot, as the near-by beaches are perfect for walking. Room Tip: Corner rooms are spacious, and have quick access to the yard.
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Wow! and THANKS. Really sounds like the kinda place I would like to go :-)
4,0 sur janvier 27, 2014
Looking for a place to stay with a bit of whimsy that doesn't take itself too seriously but still cares for you and your getaway needs? What a great "base of operation" - Bill is a great tour guide and April knows all the places where locals hang. There is something for everyone: an historic sea captain's house, dogs welcome, many cats around (but not in the inn), lots of color, and a barn full of 50+ shiny red post-1950s cars. What's not to love?
3,8 sur janvier 27, 2014
The inn is a large comfortable, relaxing old farmhouse. Bill was very helpful upon our arrival, suggesting activities and locations to bring our dog and where to go for dinner. The inn is decorated with a wide variety of interesting collectables, and every room has its own unique theme and were clean and stocked with plenty of towels and blankets. Our dog was welcome and it was offered to us to leave him in the room or take him-'whatever we would normally do at home'. Thank you!
Queen canopy bed, nice bathroom with shower. Front corner room on the first floor. Also another great room for dog owners, as this one is by one of the front doors. Winter is the bestest, with a large working fireplace and all the wood you need. You won’t want to leave. Animals in this room come from Lemuel Simmons voyages. Whales, dolphins, seagulls and even a winter penguin.
Gotta be our most romantic room. Working fireplace in the winter, brightest room in the summer. Queen canopy bed, shower, and all that. Front corner room on the second floor. Gets the morning sun so you can get up and at ‘em early and get your money’s worth of vacation time. Seven proposals were made here over the years. Animals are from Simmons Pond out back of the Inn. Frogs, toads, turtles, swans, and no mosquitos.
And lots of eyeballs peering at you. Rear corner second floor. Queen brass bed, and nice bath with shower. You will have to share this room with Susan, our 7 year old sweet ghost. Only pops up every 3-4 years, but is a delight. Very bright and breezy room overlooking the back lawns.
This was the original master bedroom, large room with a king bed, and lots of floor space. The bed has a net canopy and a nice sitting area. Huge bath, cast iron tub and shower. Beatrix Potter feels right at home here along with Thumper and Peter. Over 100 some odd rabbits live here.
Our country room is a nice, very bright barnyard. Runs across the back of the second floor overlooking the lawn. Exposure on three sides. You get more sun and breeze than anyone else. Huge bath, cast iron tub and shower. Cherry Shaker style four poster queen bed that is a mile off the floor.
Cathedral ceiling, loft area that has all the animals I didn’t know where else to put. Rhinos to teddy bears live here. The room runs across the side on the second floor, and faces every direction with windows all over. Queen Windsor bed, new bath with tub and shower. Off by itself and private.
This room is a great large bright room with cathedral ceiling. There is a new bathroom with tub and shower. This room can be adapted as either a king size bedroom, or one with two twin beds. There is also enough floor space left over that a couple of kid mattresses can fit in just fine. We also added a private deck on this room. It has a table and chairs and you take breakfast back and get a suntan while eating.
At the outside of the Servant Quarters, this is about our nicest, and certainly brightest, room. Cathedral ceiling, great old bathroom with a cast iron tub and shower. It also has twin French doors leading to a private deck. Heck, grab some of Bill’s breakfast and bring it back to your own table on the deck. King size bed, and a nice sitting area. Number one choice for folks with dogs.
Racoons, foxes, seagulls and ducks are all over this huge room. The cathedral ceiling shows how the two parts of the barn were joined. This is the largest room we have. Used to be Bill’s, and he has always pampered himself. Historic queen canopy bed, and has a full size twin if you need it for a third person. Great sitting area, and a ‘door’ overlooking the lawns and Bill’s garages.
King in one & two twins in other
Brand new addition. Well, the front room is 200 years old like the rest of the house, but we cut a hole in the back wall and built a nice size bedroom. We converted the old bedroom into a sitting and relaxing area that is yours alone, it can also take a full size twin rollaway bed if there are 3 of you. A great suite has replaced our smallest room. Lots of room now for all those cats, big and small, to play. King size wrought iron canopy bed, and the largest bath we have. Cast iron tub and all that. First floor facing the back. Gets a great breeze.
Rear corner room on the first floor that gets all the ocean breeze coming in from the southwest and the sunset to boot. Queen size bed, small bath with a shower. Small but cozy, fun and relaxing room. Also a great room if you have a dog, as it is next to the door leading to the porch and back yard. In addition to the Dog Theme, one wall is a cork one that any guest can stick up a photo of their dog as dogs love the room!
Close to beaches, golf, bike trails, sight seeing, antique shopping, ferry boats, fishing boats and ALL the attractions Cape Cod has to offer., Vue sur la mer, Village
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) 90 miles
Sortie 6 sur la route 6 (mi cape autoroute) tourner à droite au 2ème feu. Aller 1 blk tourner à droite sur Pichets Way. Allez 2.5 miles et vous êtes à l'auberge!
Antiquaires , Aquarium , Galeries d'art, Plage, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Musée, Zone naturelle, Océan, Toad Hall Classic Collection de voiture de sport
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Jeux de société, Copieur, Bureau, Fax, Cheminée, Bibliothèque, TV, Téléphone, Magnétoscope, Machine à laver/sèche-linge, Wi-Fi
Climatisation, Réveil, Ventilateurs de plafond, Sèche-cheveux, Planche à repasser, Radio
Pistes cyclables, Vélos, Billard , Canoë, Golf, Chasse, Beaucoup de documentation pour visiter le Cap et les îles., Voile, Shopping, Excursion, Natation, Location de raquettes tennis
Chats , 56 voitures de sport
Le projet de loi, comme la plupart des propriétaires, est un abandon de l'entreprise. Il ne fait rien / tout pour vous faire sentir à la maison (ce qui signifie qu'il n'attend pas de vous). Il avait l'habitude de courir des voitures de sport, a maintenant sa collection de plus de 50 voitures de sport rouge dans Toad Hall à l'auberge.
Régime particulier , Végétarien