The Capt. Tom Lawrence House Innis an intimate inn for those who appreciate fine accommodations and warm hospitality in a beautiful and historic setting. The house, with it's circular stairwell, hardwood floors, and high ceilings, remains much as it was when Captain Tom Lawrence lived here over a century ago. We invite you to stay in this congenial home which blends New England tradition with continental hospitality and where every effort is made to make the guests feel welcome. You will want to return again and again to this peaceful hideaway. Relax in one of the spacious corner guest rooms, all with private baths, carefully decorated in soft colors and designer linens, and furnished with a variety of antiques. The rooms reflect the warmth and charm of an elegant private home. Snuggle into a high four-poster queen size canopy bed or stay in the Captain's room with its lace coronet canopy above the king size bed. Whatever the occasion, be it a honeymoon, anniversary, or a weekend get-away, we have the appropriate room for you. Honeymooners, small families or anyone who is looking for total peace and privacy have the option of staying in our completely remodeled apartment. This apartment comes fully furnished with kitchenette, central air conditioning, one queen and two twin-size beds.
5 on December 20, 2013
We have stayed at The Captain Tom Lawrence Inn twice now, during visits to friends we have in the area. And we will do the same in the future, as this is a wonderful B&B! If you can pretend away the modern conveniences, you’ll feel like you’re living in 1850’s Cape Cod, as the furnishings and layout of the house have a really authentic feel. But all the modern creature comforts are there too. We’ve stayed in both the Parlor Room and the Anaconda Room and loved both. The beds were great, the furnishings beautiful, and the inn’s atmosphere mellow and unhurried. We love kicking back in the parlor/dining area on the first floor with a good book. Hosts Jim and Anne are delightful; never in your face but always ready and willing to answer any questions you might have about the area. Falmouth is often passed by as people whiz off to the Nat’l Seashore, but it has become our favorite town on the cape. The Inn is a short (and pleasant!) walk from town, which is a great place to linger and soak up the ambience. There's great shopping and restaurants, but without the backed-up traffic, the noise, and frenetic pace that some of the Cape towns seem to have during peak season. If you find yourself in this corner of the Cape, book at the Captain Tom Lawrence. Like us, you’ll want to come back again.
4.0 on October 17, 2011
Jim and Anne were the perfect hosts. Very helpful with places to visit and the breakfasts were fantastic. The house was very clean and welcoming and only a few minutes walk from the main street of Falmouth with plenty of restuarants and shops etc. Would thoroughly recommend Captain Lawrence House.
2.8 on August 21, 2011
The inn is lovely and a great location but, I was disappointed in my room - very small with a bathroom that you could barely stand in. The innkeepers were not around except for breakfast.
5 on August 16, 2011
3.6 on August 09, 2011
We stayed for 4 nights, we had a very relaxing time and enjoyed our breakfasts very much. Jim and Anne were extremely helpful with local knowledge of what to see and do.
4.6 on August 05, 2011
Beautiful inn with very friendly hosts. Room was perfect, very quaint and New England like.
4.4 on July 28, 2011
A lovely B&B with wonderful hosts who provided lots of great information and delicious breakfasts and snacks. The rooms were a good enough size and we really enjoyed our stay.
4.2 on July 24, 2011
Anne and Jim were very accommodating of our late arrival and were extremely gracious and hospitable hosts. The room was spotless and very comfortable and the inn was very pleasantly air conditioned on a very hot day. All in all an impeccable stay.
3.8 on July 22, 2011
Really friendly and helpful - excellent service- food delicious - could not have asked for more - would definitely recommend
4.0 on July 11, 2011
Anne and Jim are very friendly. They made our stay very relaxing. they were very flexiable with changes to our trip. You can tell they really enjoy the business and people.
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) 70 miles
From the north, cross canal on the Bourne Bridge and follow Route 28 into Falmouth. Stay on Route 28 into the village area until you see a directional sign for Woods Hole to the right. Turn right at the sign (on Locust Street, aka. Woods Hole Road). The inn is the fifth house on the right... # 75 Locust Street.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Nature area, Ocean, 30 miles of Sandy Beaches, Performing Theater, Vineyard
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
In-room internet, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Telephone , Sightseeing info and dinner reservations, free WIFI accessible throughout
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Sightseeing, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Water sports
Anne and Jim Cotter
Belgium Waffles with seasonal fruit syrups