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The Captain's House Inn is a four diamond inn located on two beautifully landscaped acres in Chatham, MA on Cape Cod. It features 16 beautifully appointed guestrooms all with private bathrooms, fireplaces, and TV/DVD combinations. All rooms are individually decorated and are located in four buildings throughout the compound - the main house, carriage house, stables, and our a two hundred year old captain's cottage. Regardless of your room selection, you will surely be pampered with exceptional service, luxurious accommodations, and outstanding food.
This room is named for a sea captain's wife of the era. Several elegantly draped windows that capture the afternoon sun frame the pretty rose and green color scheme. The log-burning fireplace can be admired from the sitting area and the queen four-poster bed. This first floor room has a warm pumpkin pine floor and oriental carpeting. The beautifully tiled bathroom is designed as a unique European shower room. This intriguing shower has two showerheads, one hand-held, and for your convenience a corner seat. This transformed bathroom greatly adds to the desirability of this room.
Located on the second floor of the Main House, this elegant, small suite features an antique queen size four-poster bed and a fireplace visible from both the bedroom and sitting room. The décor is olive green floral wallpaper with a deep cranberry background. The intimate seating area enables guests to watch TV in front of the fireplace. The décor is elegant yet warm and intimate. The cozy seating area enables guests to watch TV in front of the fireplace. The large bathroom features a polished wood floor and a corner whirlpool for two and a corner whirlpool for two and a separate shower.
The Clarissa Suite is a delightful mix of Cape Cod colors – blue and white infused with the warmth of soft yellows. A beautifully carved king four-poster bed is surrounded on three sides by windows offering panoramic views of the gardens. The intimate sitting room beckons one to enjoy the warmth of the fireplace while relaxing with a book, watching TV or enjoying the view from the many windows. Visible through French doors is the two-person whirlpool surrounded by a warm beige-toned tile. The separate European shower room features a double shower and heated towel racks.
Located on the second floor, this tastefully decorated large room offers a gas fireplace and TV with DVD player. Soft colors and fine furnishings offer a rich experience to discerning guests. A queen canopy bed completes the picture and a discrete refrigerator and small bar provide additional convenience.
The focal points of the room are a queen size brass bed, gas-fired pot bellied stove fireplace, flat screen TV, and large bath with two person beautifully tiled shower with two shower heads and bench. A Dutch door leads out to your own patio with views of the gardens and fountain.
Nightly Rate: $185-$275
This highly desirable room with its high ceiling and exposed beams boasts a small balcony overlooking the gardens. Decorated in a nautical theme with a king four poster bed, this room allows you to sit by the fire while looking down on the English gardens below.
Nightly Rate: $230-$350
Imagine a king canopy bed and a pretty little almond enamel fireplace. This garden suite also has a separate alcove featuring a romantic two-person soaking tub to melt the pressures of the day away. Another special feature of this room is a door leading to a private patio surrounded by a white picket fence and rose trellis.
Nightly Rate: $260-$380
Warm yellow walls and a draped four poster tall queen size bed overlook a fireplace and seating area that encourages one to curl up and read. The elegant bathroom compliments the décor of this first floor room.
Located on the second floor directly above Intrepid. (Great choice for a foursome). Burgundy and Hunter Green colors add a handsome touch to this high-ceiling room. French doors by the seating area offer plenty of natural light. The tall queen canopy bed overlooks the fireplace.
A favorite choice of couples looking for the ultimate in privacy. Listen to the Italian fountain in the herb garden as you sit outside sipping a glass of wine in your Adirondack chair. Original wood floors, beams in the ceiling and a large brick wood-burning fireplace have created a rustic Cape Cod room. The antique queen cannonball bed adds to the colonial atmosphere.
Our premier suite is named for the wife of the sea captain, Hiram Harding who built the original house in 1839. For the romantic at heart, this two-room suite with its king size, elegantly carved four-poster bed, double whirlpool tub and shower is the perfect escape. French doors in both rooms lead to a large balcony stretching the length of the suite. Fireplaces in each room with several seating areas complete this private retreat.
Nightly Rate: $325-$480
Sit by the inviting fireplace in this room and gaze out through the French doors at your own private patio. Antique queen size bed and whirlpool tub adds to the luxury experience.
Nightly Rate: $230-$350
Pull your wingback chair close to the fire and watch a movie, or gaze through the French doors at the rustic fountain in the garden. Soak in the whirlpool tub of the elegant bathroom and retire to one of the prettiest arched canopy beds we have seen.
The historic ambiance of this room with its large wood-burning fireplace, beamed ceiling and original pumpkin pine flooring has made it a favorite of photographers. The stunning king size bed with its fine white bed linens is surrounded with walnut-paneled walls and bookshelves filled with many first editions from the early 1930s.
Imagine the romantic splendor of a beautifully draped king canopy bed in a sunlit room with antique French doors leading to a dream bathroom complete with double whirlpool and fireplace. This large airy room is the perfect backdrop for honeymoons, anniversaries or just being together.
Nightly Rate: $260-$380
Nestled on the second floor of our 200-year-old cottage, the attic suite lives up to its name. The sitting room has a sofa bed love seat and two wing chairs that face a hand painted sea captain's chest hiding a TV/VCR. A small electric "wood stove fireplace" adds a touch of romantic ambience. The bedroom features an 'under the eaves" queen bed and Victorian furnishings. The full bath also has a separate shower across the hall within the suite.
4.4 on June 24, 2014
The Captain's House Inn in Chatham, MA is every bit as good as it looks on their website. It's an historic inn with spacious grounds, in a convenient location, run very much hands-on by Jill and James, a charming couple who ensure that every guest's needs are catered for. The Inn makes an ideal base from which to explore the eastern Cape and there are plenty of local attractions if you just want to spend a few days relaxing. The fish pier is a few minutes walk away, with the fishing fleet returning most afternoons. The town centre is close by, with several good seafood restaurants and a variety of shops. The Inn offers very attentive and friendly service from a resident team of well-trained English students on a year-long catering and hospitality placement. And the breakfasts (and afternoon teas) are splendid, served in the bright and cheerful conservatory. We enjoyed every minute of our five-night visit and would certainly recommend The Captain's House Inn as a great place to stay on Cape Cod.
5 on February 18, 2013
Impecable service from a friendly, experienced staff.
4.8 on November 26, 2012
This is our third stay at the Captain's House Inn. Each stay has been better than the last (and it started out pretty fantastic!). My husband and I come to Cape Cod each year for Thanksgiving at my Grandmother's home in South Chatham. Grandma doesn't have enough bedrooms for everyone to stay, so we are (happily) displaced to the Captain's House Inn. Each year it gives us a little something extra and special to look forward too. The rooms are cozy and lush, but not over the top and frilly. There is a little something for everyone -- I travel a LOT for work and stay in more than my fair share of hotel rooms. As a designer I am admittedly a bit picky about the decor and feel of a room. I really am not into the frilly, flowery, lacy dated decor of so many B&B's. Captain's House offers a little of the flowery frills (but done tastefully) and some fabulous other alternatives. Our two favorites have been the Wild Pigeon room and the Captain Hiram Harding room. When we arrived this year my husband exclaimed -- this is a bed for a king! The morning after Thanksgiving, we woke up and with the help of Jill, ordered a FEAST for breakfast (also fit for a king!). Year after year, the staff is lovely, and makes us feel special and welcome -- like we are a regular customer even though we only stay one night each year. The prices are a little more expensive than we would usually spend, but we are happy to stretch our budget for this little gem. Thanks for another fantastic stay!
5 on October 05, 2012
My husband and I stayed here for our honeymoon in 2010 and are planning a trip back. The food is amazing. What makes it more amazing is when it is delivered to your room. You can request coffee and tea be brought to your room at night and there is always snacks, cakes and cookies left out in the kitchen. The place was clean and very cozy. It was the perfect place to relax. They have a wide selection of movies in the library which was very cool. Not too much to do around town but there are a few good restaurants and it is mainly just a relaxing vecation. We stayed in the Hannah Rebekah. The bathroom was very nice and the room was large. It is a room downstairs but I like that. It is on the side of the house with nothing else. It's close to everything in the house but it's also very private since there are no rooms near you.
5 on July 30, 2012
My husband and I visited Chatham in June, and had the fortune of staying in the Hiram Harding Room. The decor of the room made us feel like we were taking a trip back in time. Nothing was overlooked; every possible comfort was included in this visit! The owners and staff were kind and attentive. The room and beautiful grounds were immaculate. We can't wait to go again!
Beachside, Downtown, Village
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) 89 miles
Depart airport through Ted Williams Tunnel and join I93 (I93 is also Route 3)south following signs to Cape Cod. Approximately 53 miles from the airport you will cross over the Sagamore Bridge to the Mid Cape Highway (Route 6)toward Hyannis and Provincetown. From the bridge on Route 6, it will take approximately 30 minutes to exit 11 (Chatham Exit)and turn left onto Route 137. At the stop lights (intersection of 137 & 39) go straight through continuing on 137. At the flashing light (4-way stop) continue straight through staying on 137 until you come to a T-junction. Turn left onto Route 28 and travel about two miles to the small rotary in Chatham. You will see a Mobil Station on the left and a Getty Station on the right. Go around the rotary bearing left (remember Mass traffic laws give the right of way to cars already in the rotary)you are still on Route 28 heading towards Orleans and it is also called Old Harbor Rd. The Captain's House in is 5/8 of a mile on the left side. You can't miss the large trimmed Privet Hedge and the flagpole with 3 flags. Pull up to the front door and one of the staff will be there to greet you.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Picnic area, Vineyard, Winery
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Board games, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Movie library, Parking, Pool, Secretarial services, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar, Workout facility
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Antiquing, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental, Water sports
Jill and James Meyer
When not busy innkeeping, Jill & James enjoy traveling and wine collecting. Jill is an avid antique shopper and her favorite activity is sampling new restaurants. James is a diehard New Jersey nets fan and Jill's personal chef!
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten Free available
Belgium Waffles with Bananas Foster
Light and fluffy Belgium waffles served with Chef Kevin's famous homemade bananas foster on top.