The Mulberry Tree Inn is a haven of peace and tranquility. Originally built in 1802, the inn has been carefully restored yet maintains the honor and charachter of its past. From the moment you arrive you will feel the warmth, charm, and hospitality of the inn and its innkeepers. Unwind in the common rooms of the inn, share a book from the library or stroll the grounds and relax in the hammock under the Mulberry Tree. Centrally located in the Mid-Cape area, the inn is a short drive to all major attractions and activities such as beaches, bike trails, restaurants and shops. Our rooms feature quality linens, tery cloth robes, cd players, wifi and private baths. Our attention to detail make this the perfect place for a romatic get away or a peaceful vacation.
4.8 on October 15, 2015
owners are wonderful people...very accommodating and gracious. the home and grounds are beautiful. we'll definitely return...if they'll have us back.
5 on September 03, 2015
We enjoyed our time there tremendously and were struck by Mary Beth and Peter's hospitality and graciousness. The food, the decor, the setting and their warmth made our time there extremely pleasant. We will gladly recommend Mulberry Tree Inn to our friends and family.
Thank you so very much for your kind review. We are so happy your stay was enjoyable. Thanks again.
4.8 on August 26, 2015
Enjoyed our visit to the cape and our stay
We truly appreciate your kind review. Thanks so much for choosing to stay with us.
5 on October 25, 2014
This late season visit to the Mulberry Tree Inn was our first visit. Turning into the grounds was a pleasant surprise as they were immaculate and had a backdrop of a very charming early 1800's home, also immaculate. Our room was one of just two rooms at this intimate inn. From the decor It was clear this is a family home. The innkeepers were two empty nesters. They were delightful, willing to be engaging but never overbearing or hovering. This home oozed with quaintness, as did our room. The room was moderate in size, but not at all cramped. The breakfasts were some of the best we have enjoyed when compared to other inns and B&B's. At first we felt the location was poor because it is interior Cape Cod, but we found that it was not very far from the ocean whether going north or south. It was a very quiet and relatively private setting. Hard to find much wrong with this inn other than the incredibly fluffy and soft bed seemed to lack adequate back support. Be forewarned if you have back issues. Otherwise, this inn comes close to perfection.
5 on May 28, 2014
We just returned from a 2 night stay in Cape Cod over MDW and had the most amazing experience at the Mulberry Tree Inn. We are a couple in our late 20s and this was our 1st B&B experience. Mary Beth and Peter are two of the nicest, most genuine people you will ever meet. They are so welcoming and kind and make you feel right at home. The home is decorated very well with cute little antiques. It is close to Hyannis, Chatham and the best restaurant in Dennis - Ocean House. The room and home were so clean & comfortable. The yard has beautiful flowers, gardens and deck with chairs and a table. Mary Beth and Peter were so attentive to details - whether it was the amenities in the room, or afternoon cookies and snacks, or most importantly, the amazing breakfast served on the most beautiful china. I have never tasted such a great breakfast before in my life! They had fresh coffee, tea and amazing orange juice every morning. We had yogurt parfaits each day, followed by coffee cake the 1st day and muffins the 2nd. Finally the main course was blueberry pancakes the 1st day that were to die for or an egg bake on the second day which was simply perfect. All of the fruit and ingredients were very fresh - something that definitely makes a difference. The rooms have all the things that you could ever need-plenty of towels, drinks, snacks, shower items, hair dryer, AC, TV, extra blankets and a great welcome gift! We really enjoyed the privacy of Molly's Hideaway on the 2nd floor attic. It had it's own private entrance and was very large with an attached bathroom + shower stall. We will definitely be recommending the Inn to all of our friends/family. I truly cannot say enough good things about Mary Beth and Peter. They are just so kind - I left some earrings in our room and they were so sweet enough to contact me and mail them right away. Thank you so so much for making this trip so memorable for us! We will never stay anywhere else on the Cape and cannot wait to return!
5 on September 26, 2013
Mary Beth & Peter Durney were wonderful hosts right from the moment of our arrival. Peter welcomed us to the house and showed us around. My friend and I we were both amazed by the place. It is wonderfully decorated and we felt a little liked we walked into a doll house. Our room was as perfect as it looked on the picture. Peter very helpful and gave us a restaurant recommendation when we asked him for one. He even included a menu. Arriving back home after dinner there were some homemade cookies waiting for us. The next morning Mary Beth prepared the most wonderful breakfast for us. Since I am a vegetarian she prepared a vegetarian meal for us, which was really delicious. Before we were served she even informed us about what we were going to have for breakfast so we could look forward to it. Unfortunately we could only stay for a night, because we had to continue our trip, but it was so fantastic my friend and I decided that we will come again one day.
5 on August 03, 2013
This lovely Bed and Breakfast was just what we needed. Our room was comfortable, the historic and inspirational decor made us feel at home. The afternoon treat of warm cookies was such a nice surprise. Breakfasts were delicious with 3 courses of fruit, baked good and main meal. Each day was different. The blueberry cobbler was amazing. Mary Beth and Peter are perfect hosts, friendly and helpful but not intrusive. The gardens are so lovely with lots of nice places to sit in the yard. I highly recommend visiting the Mulberry Tree Inn!
5 on August 02, 2013
My husband and I were blessed with finding the Mulberry Tree Inn. What a spectacular and wonderful experience. MaryBeth and Peter are probably the nicest people we have ever met. The house was absolutely amazing and awesome. The house was built in the early 1800's and is so fun to look through. We stayed in the Molly's hideaway and found it to be very cozy and comfortable. The bed is so comfortable we never wanted to get out of it. Each morning MaryBeth made the best breakfast we have ever eaten. Oh don't let me forget the homemade yummy cookies each night. Both of them were very helpful in navigating our way through the Cape and to Fenway Park. Everything was provided, from toiletries to beach towels to beach chairs. Also they bought my husband a birthday gift, as this trip was a surprise gift from me. We had the best 4 days of our lives thanks to MaryBeth and Peter. Bless their heart for opening up their home to complete strangers and making them feel like family. They both are a breath of fresh air knowing their are still angels in this world. God bless Mulberry Tree Inn and God Bless MaryBeth and Peter.
5 on July 20, 2013
I had the pleasure of spending my honeymoon at the Mulberry Tree Inn and I couldn't have made a better choice. Peter and MaryBeth are inviting, gracious hosts and offer a beautiful home full of antiques and charm. Breakfast each morning was something I will never forget, Marybeth's food and home made treats are AMAZING. We stayed in Molly's hideaway and everything was perfect. Strolling in the huge, lush gardens and lying in the hammock was bliss. The Mulberry Tree Inn is a perfect spot and a true gem, I look forward to returning soon!
5 on June 20, 2013
My husband & I stayed here for 2 nights and totally enjoyed the beautfiul house, grounds and bedroom. Food is outstanding!!! Service is excellent!!! Peter & Mary Beth are doing it right!!! We have been telling everyone who may head to the Cape to stay here. L&D
Located on the first floor the Captain Nickerson Room lends itself to peace and privacy. Decorated in soft greens the room is tastefully furnished with antique reproductions. A queen canopied bed with a plush pillow top mattress and wood burning fireplace make this room a haven for tranqulity. A private full bath is en suite.
Nightly Rate: $135 - $155
Nightly Rate: $135 - $155
Located on the second floor this room is truly a hideaway. Furnished with an eclectic collection of antiques and reproductions the room is decorated with soft mauves. There is a queen sized bed with luxury linens, a setee for reading and relaxing, and a private bath with shower. The second floor entrance adds to the privacy. Beamed ceilings and original wide pine floors add to the charm and warmth of this room.
Nightly Rate: $145 - $145
Nightly Rate: $145 - $145
Providence, RI (PVD-T.F. Green State) 75 miles
Route 93 South to Route 3. Cross Sagamore Bridge onto Route 6 East. Take exit 9A onto Route 134 South. At third traffic light turn right onto Upper County Road. Take left at stop sign onto Main Street. Continue for three tenths of a mile to second right, Captain Nickerson Road. Driveway to inn is the first 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, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard
, Beach Towels, Beach Chairs, Beach Cooler
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, DVD Player, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Library, Outdoor grilling, Parking, Private entrance, Radio, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, whale watching, antiquing, theater, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Water sports