The Labyrinth House B&B is conveniently located in quiet,secluded and quaint Cataumet, 5 miles from the Bourne Bridge. We offer 3 large bedrooms with queen and antique double beds, in-ground pool, hot tub, massage studio, and a labyrinth walk. This 100 year old Arts and Crafts home is bright on the inside and abounds with flower and vegetable gardens on the outside. Relax in the hammock on the porch or near the fire pit in the evenings. Breakfast is served:welcome!
5 on January 02, 2014
We have stayed here twice and have been extremely satisfied. The rooms are clean, well kept and make you feel right at home(right down to the fannel sheets). The house is georgous and the breakfast was great.(The home made yogert is very tasty). The rest of the breakfast was quite nice as well. Thanks for allowing our son to join us for breakfast as well.
5 on October 23, 2013
I have stayed at Labrynth House on more than one occasion and have found each stay fabulous! The owner makes one feel AT HOME.The rooms are comfortable and relaxing and the added bonus of being able to get a massage is only a plus.The breakfasts included were prepared and executed with care.I cannot say enough positive things about the proprietor and the accomodations. M.H.
4.6 on October 22, 2013
We decided to stay at a local B&B and let our extended family take our house for a weekend this August. We had a blast. The newly refurbished pool and beautifully landscaped yard were so peaceful and relaxing. Our room was very comfortable and quiet. All the food was from scratch, including the yogurt and jam. Did I mention the apple muffins? We both had massages and what a treat that was! Denise was so nice to us and I know we will do this again.
1.6 on July 08, 2013
The house advertised with a pool which is drained and looks to have been so for quite some time. Although the accommodations were nice enough, the house was extremely uncomfortable to be in while the owner was around forcing us to not spend any time at the accommodations but to sleep.
Yes, the pool was under complete renovation at the time of the guests reservations and they were made aware prior to their arrival. An unfortunate misunderstanding developed when the 4 guests asked if they could play croquet on the front lawn. What went unasked was if they could invite 20 friends over to play, drink and use the kitchen as their own. When I took issue with the quantity of people and unauthorized use of the kitchen, they were apologetic, the party dispersed and thought that was the end of the issue. Other guests have had friends and family visit without incident and THEY have become loyal repeat guests. We encourage all our guests to relax in the gardens, walk the labyrinth and use the facilities as a spa/retreat, B&B that it is. If guests wish to entertain or host a party on the premises, a prior request is required!
5 on April 12, 2013
My husband and I came up for a quick visit to visit our son who is in the Air Force and her home is 2 min from his base. We will be staying there again when we go to visit. She was very friendly and her home is just beautiful...I cant wait to go in the summer and stay there again...She made us a great breakfast and suggested things we could do while visiting....I highly recommend if your in her neck of the woods to stay there...We had the room with the priviate bath and it was so quiet and peaceful there...
5 on October 21, 2012
Having stayed in a few B&B's I would say that The Labyrinth House sets the standard for what a bed and breakfast should be. Food creations that dazzle the taste buds, warm cozy house, and comfortable surroundings. I enjoyed the upstairs room with a private bath. It had everything I needed and wanted for my vacation.
4.0 on December 28, 2011
Lovely, cozy, elegant home with a charming hostess! You feel as if you are a welcome friend who just happened to stop in for a long visit. So many choices of places to sit and enjoy different views of lovely gardens and yet large enough to stroll around and feel as if you are away from it all.
4.2 on October 31, 2011
We weathered a northeaster at the Labyrinth House last weekend the night before the Cape Cod marathon. It was a delightful place to stay, beautifully decorated with a genuine New England feel to it. Denise was very accomodating of my race day schedule, allowing me to fix my own breakfast early in the morning before the race, and letting us to check out late enough that I was able to shower after finishing the race. My folks stayed in the third floor suite and loved it. My room was also clean and restful, and I loved the bed. The location was perfect, easy to get to and close to scenic trails for walking, and a short drive from several excellent restaurants.
5 on August 20, 2011
My husband and I stayed at the Labyrinth House for a brief honeymoon get away and thoroughly enjoyed our time there. Denise, the inn keeper, is extremely friendly, personable, and has a beautiful house that is very well kept. She cooked wonderful breakfasts, and was very helpful offering us suggestions of activities to do in the area. Our rooms were very clean, the grounds were beautiful, covered in flowers, and the fire pit and pool created a relaxing atmosphere. Denise also is a licensed Massage Therapist, and I would highly recommend going to her for a relaxation/therapeutic massage. I would definitely recommend this inn to anyone who is looking for a peaceful getaway in a very scenic area down the cape!
4.0 on June 23, 2011
We were very pleased with the accomodations.. Very comfortable and a wonderful hostess. Denise gives a wonderful massage and my husband says "It's the best massage I've had".
Countryside, Small town, Village
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) 75 miles
From the Bourne Bridge, take Rt. 28 towards Falmouth. Drive 5 miles. Take first R off the Otis Rotary towards Cataumet/Pocasset. Drive through lights, take a left at T.Merge onto County Rd and drive 3 miles. Turn left onto Depot Rd. The Labyrinth House is the 3rd house on the left.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Woods Hole Oceanographic, Hertiage Museum and Gardens, WOods Hole Film Festival, College Light Opera, Shining Sea BikePath, PlimouthPlantation, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast, Spa
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Videos, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Mountain Bike trails, museums, historic sites, labyrinth walk, massage/muscular therapy, theater, arts center, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts, Water sports
Denise and Owen Sullivan
Every season brings it's unique flavor to the Labyrinth House. Winter is maple sugaring time, spring is planting time, summer is picking time:blueberries, raspberries flowers,Indian corn, pumpkins, tomatoes and squash and giant sunflowers. Come bike with us on the Shining Sea Bike Path, or walk the labyrinth.Did you remember your kayak?
, by agreement
The breakfast fritatta has been the most requested favorite by all. Baked in the oven til golden brown in a flat baking dish, the fritatta has a base of eggs, milk, flour, salt and baking powder, and a variety of add in's such as different cheeses, onions, sausage, bacon or ham (or meatless), broccoli, zuchinni or asparagas. It satisfies the hungry man and is delicate enough for the people who desire a lighter fare than eggs and bacon.