Your respite awaits at our cape cod bed and breakfast. Enjoy our 2000 sq.foot wrap around veranda, 1.2 acres of park like grounds with gazebo, plush pillow top mattresses with luxury linens, luxurious spa robes & towels and delicious breakfasts. Each uniquely decorated room has a queen bed or king bed, ceiling fan, central air and private baths with Gilchrist and Soames amenities. Take a short stroll to boutique shops & restaurants, or take a trip around the corner to the Shining Sea Bikeway (the only cape cod bike trail that offers ocean views). The Captain's Manor Inn provides a simply elegant setting where hospitality & charm await you. Trish and Kevin Robinson look forward to being your hosts.
Private bath,plush pillow-top mattress,down filled duvet,down alternative pillows,triple sheeting with luxury high quality bed linens, central air,individual heat controls in room,ceiling fan, iPhone/iPod compatible clock radio,LCD Cable TV,comfortable seating.Golden faux finished walls provide a warm setting for this recently remodeled first floor corner room with its four poster queen bed,comfortable seating area and large armoire. Thirteen foot ceilings and crown moldings create a spacious feeling. The room also features plantation style windows looking out onto the wrap around veranda
Nightly Rate: $150 - $250
Private bath-3x5 ft shower with rain head,plush pillow-top mattress,down filled duvet,down alternative pillows, triple Sheeting with luxury quality linens,central air, individual heat controls in room,ceiling fan,iPhone/iPod compatible clock radio,LCD Cable TV. An elegant room recently remodeled while maintaining the architectural charm of 9 foot ceilings and period plantation windows with wood shutters. A comfortable seating area provides a cozy reading spot. The petite window seat on the East side of the room offers a view of the historic Falmouth Village green.
Nightly Rate: $179 - $250
Private bath-3x5 ft shower with rain head,plush pillow-top mattress,down filled duvet,down alternative pillows, triple Sheeting with luxury quality linens,central air, individual heat controls in room,ceiling fan,iPhone/iPod compatible clock radio,LCD Cable TV. This recently remodeled room has 9 foot ceilings and two ample original plantation style windows with shutters that provide lovely natural light. The North window offers a beautiful view of the front garden and stone walkway winding through the wrought iron gate and pink granite pillars.
Nightly Rate: $179 - $250
Private bath,plush pillow-top mattress,down filled duvet,down alternative pillows,triple sheeting with luxury high quality bed linens, central air,individual heat controls in room,ceiling fan, iPhone/iPod compatible clock radio,LCD Cable TV,comfortable seating. Like the other rooms on the floor the Canopy room has two original plantation windows with shutters providing natural light and a feeling of expansiveness in the room. The South window has been inlaid with custom window artwork by well known Cape artist Robin Pierson. The Canopy room has plenty of closet space
Nightly Rate: $175 - $285
Private bath,plush pillow-top mattress,down filled duvet,down alternative pillows,triple sheeting with luxury high quality bed linens, central air,individual heat controls in room,ceiling fan, iPhone/iPod compatible clock radio, LCD Cable TV. This uniquely decorated room features hand printed trompe loeil murals. The room and paintings evoke a feeling of Tuscany through the use of warm shades of yellows, browns, greens, and other natural earth tones from the Tuscany color palate.The sitting area has two wing back reclining chairs and a beautiful view of the backyard lawn and gazebo
Nightly Rate: $175 - $275
Our most private guest room located on the top floor. The Bates room is named after Katherine Lee Bates, author of America the Beautiful, and a neighbor who lived across from the Inn when she was a youngster. The Bates room feels ever more spacious with its 9 foot ceilings and expansive windows which provide beautiful views of the back gardens and sunrises and sunsets. Enjoy the welcoming corner fireplace and comfortable sitting area while reading a book or watching TV as you relax after a fun day on the Cape. Your bathroom has a 3 x 5 foot tiled shower with rain shower plus a claw foot tub.
Nightly Rate: $199 - $335
This first floor guest room is named after Jonathan Hatch who along with Isaac Robinson founded the town of Falmouth, Ma. in 1660. Some highlights of the Hatch room are the grand 12 foot ceilings along with expansive windows offering beautiful views of the back gardens. We invite you to relax in front of the corner fireplace in your comfortable sitting area. A lovely bathroom is a real treat when traveling. In the Hatch private bathroom you can enjoy an oversized custom tiled bathroom featuring claw foot soaking rub and a spacious 4 x 7 foot tiled shower with two rain shower heads.
Nightly Rate: $199 - $335
This garden level guest room is named after Isaac Robinson who along with Jonathan Hatch founded the town of Falmouth, Ma. in 1660. A unique feature of the Robinson room is the outdoor covered patio area and private entrance to access your room in addition to having access from the Inn itself. Two comfortable wing back chairs complement the corner fireplace that is part of your sitting area. Your private oversized custom tiled bathroom features a spacious 3 x 6 foot tiled shower with rain shower head and a hand held shower along with a separate large soaking tub.
Nightly Rate: $199 - $325
5 on October 21, 2014
Over our recent month of traveling, The Captain's Manor Inn was our highhlight. Every detail was a pleasure from amazing hosts to delicious breakfasts and perfect accommodations. Our four days were not enough and we wished we had scheduled a longer stay. We will return and it has already been a joy to recommend this Inn to friends.
5 on September 17, 2014
The host couple has put much into making this the best B&B ever
5 on August 13, 2014
When we arrived at Captain's Manor Inn, I was so impressed with the beauty of the Inn and gardens. The Canopy Room was so beautiful and immaculate. I didn't think that it could get any better, that is, until we ate the delicious breakfasts each morning and snacks in the afternoon. It was a short walk to shopping and restaurants and the bus pickup for the ferry to Martha's Vineyard was also close. Thank you Trish, Kevin and staff for such a wonderful stay. We plan to return as soon as we can.
5 on August 12, 2014
We recently returned from a 3-night stay at the Captain’s Manor Inn in Falmouth. The inn was very well maintained with lovely gardens and impeccable accommodations. We stayed in the Tuscany Room which reminded us of a recent trip to Florence. The breakfasts were simply delicious and varied each day. The sweet treats made available in the late afternoon made for a great dessert after our dinner. Trish and Kevin Robinson were the gracious hosts who went out of their way to make us feel most comfortable. They were always available with helpful hints on what to do and see. Their staff was top notch as well. Our trip back to Falmouth after some 10 years has confirmed that Falmouth and Captain’s Manor Inn is the best town and place to stay on the Cape. Treat yourselves to a magnificent stay, you’re worth it!
4.4 on June 24, 2014
When my wife and I decided to spend 10 nights at the historic Captain's Manor Inn, we were apprehensive about staying so long in one place. It looked great on their website, but we had never spent so long at a bed and breakfast inn and wondered whether it would work out okay. But our fears were groundless: we were warmly welcomed and felt instantly at home. We had a very pleasant, comfortable room with our own veranda. There was a bistro where we could help ourselves to free beverages at any time (plus delicious daily cakes or cookies that miraculously appeared every afternoon). With only eight rooms, guests could get to know each other and compare notes at the communal breakfast table, in the bistro, and in the beautiful grounds, where we could lounge and relax whenever we wished – fortified with cold drinks at regular intervals. With all B&Bs, a key element is the staff, and especially the innkeepers. The Captain's Manor Inn is blessed with outstandingly fine and good-humoured innkeepers. Trish is brilliant at helping guests to relax, providing information and generally engaging with each individual on a one-to-one basis. Kevin grooms the gardens and cooks a mean breakfast, varying the menu daily, and even, specially for us, coming up with some new breakfast options so that we didn't get bored with the food during our comparatively long stay. Both innkeepers are very hands-on and seem to make plenty of time to chat with guests. The Inn is very well located, literally five minutes walk from the centre of town – which features a very pleasant, friendly main street larded with good restaurants and enticing shops – ten minutes from the beach, and five minutes from a twelve-mile cycle path that leads to several local attractions. Whether you stay for one night or a couple of weeks, at the Captain's Manor Inn you are guaranteed a genuinely warm welcome, great food and premium quality hospitality; all at competitive prices.
4.8 on May 31, 2014
Wonderful inn! Unbelievable breakfasts! Can't decide if what topped the list - amazing baked apple, blueberry pancakes or the scones. The inn is very well run and Trish and Kevin were very helpful with recommendations for some wonderful restaurants. We were able to walk to many of them. We stayed in the Hatch room - spacious with large new bathroom. The inn is very quiet yet centrally located. Highly recommend the Captains Manor.
Thank you for taking time to write a review. We are glad that you enjoyed Kevin's breakfasts and the convenience of the Inn's location for walking to restaurants and shops. The Hatch room with the claw foot tub and extra large rain shower is quickly becoming a guest favorite. Thank you for being our guests and we wish you a wonderful summer. Trish and Kevin
5 on May 25, 2014
My husband and I recently went to the Cape Cod area and decided on Captain's Manor Inn for our 2 day stay based on reviews we found online - we were not disappointed! We chose the K. L. Bates room and thoroughly enjoyed our stay! The room was beautifully furnished and very clean. The service was fantastic and it was obvious the innkeepers, Trish and Kevin take great pride in their Inn. The weather was great on the days we were there and we enjoyed breakfast on the porch - looking at the grounds! We spent our days touring around Falmouth and Martha's Vineyard - Ferry tickets were available for guests so we didn't have to wait in line at the port authority. Trish offered great suggestions for dinner (Glass Onion) and a tour guide (Resort Man) for our trip to the Vineyard. After I fell in love with the blanket on our bed, Trish helped me get one for home. It was truly a pleasure meeting Trish and Kevin!
Congratulations again on your anniversary! Thank you for staying with us and bringing the good weather with you :-). It is always a treat to serve breakfast on the porch so guests can enjoy the view of the gardens. We hope you are enjoying your new soft blanket. All the best, Trish and Kevin
5 on May 21, 2014
Our stay at the end of April was one that we truly enjoyed despite the unusually cool weather. We were still able to visit Martha's Vineyard and the surrounding areas. Our innkeepers, Trish and Kevin were extremely warm and hospitable and they went out of their way to make sure that our stay was perfect! No request or information was too much to ask for from them. They were always willing to help.Our room with a king sized bed was decorated in a Tuscany theme and was exceptionally clean and comfortable. It is a full 5 star inn with 5 star innkeepers Trish and Kevin along with their staff, Breakfasts were absolutely delicious! We honestly recommend treating yourselves to a stay there!
We are very happy that warmer weather has arrived on Cape Cod and we wish it had been here for your visit in April. The beauty of the Tuscany room is that even on a dreary weather day it is nice and bright in the room and feels like spring with the special paintings on the walls. Have a wonderful summer and thank you for being our guests. Regards, Trish and Kevin
5 on August 22, 2013
The Captin's Manor was a fabulous place. after hanging out at the manor one day then doing the tourist thing at Martha's Vinyard for the next day, I would say we definately had a better time just hanging out at The Captin's Manor. This is the nicest Bed and Breakfast I have ever stayed at. Extremely comfortable, I felt just as welcome here as I do at home.
4.2 on April 14, 2013
I can not say enough good things about The Captain's Manor Inn. I was impressed before I even stepped foot on their property. My husband and I like to travel a lot, so I have visited my share of websites for inns, hotels, B&Bs, etc. I have found that more often than not, the hospitality industry is sorely lacking in the website department. However, Captain's Manor had a well designed website, with lots of information & photos, and it was super easy to see what their availability was. Trish, the innkeeper, responded right away to a question I submitted via email. Luckily, the inn had availability for the night I needed, so I went ahead and booked the room. Both Trish and Kevin are very personable, and we chatted easily while I was checking in. The inn features a "bistro" where you can help yourself to coffee or tea at any time during the day, and you might even find a homemade treat set out by the innkeepers as well. I had the opportunity to view three of their guest rooms, and they were all immaculate, beautifully decorated and comfortable. I chose the Forbes Room, which is in a quiet upstairs corner of the inn. The bed was high, firm, and incredibly comfortable. The sheets were the softest I've ever felt in my life. The shower was nice and hot with great water pressure and also featured a rain shower head. Lights throughout the common areas of the inn are on motion sensors, so that you may feel welcome to visit the bistro or library at any time during the day or night. Breakfast was a nice and relaxing experience, featuring delicious, homemade cooking. The inn is perfectly located in Falmouth Center, within walking distance of a number of great restaurants, shops and pubs. Trish made a number of recommendations for dinner, and the inn even has menus from several restaurants to review before venturing out. In summary, this was one of the finest inns I have stayed at, and I look forward to going back, and soon!
Thank you so much for taking the time to share your experience with other potential visitors to our Inn. It was our pleasure to be your hosts while you were in the area for a working weekend. We too are very much looking forward to your return and nicer weather so you can enjoy the veranda for afternoon snacks or perhaps a glass of wine :)
Small town, Village
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.)
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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, Vineyard, Winery
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Computer, Conference Rooms, Fax Machine, Library
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Video Arcade, Water sports
Trish and Kevin Robinson