Our all seasons Bed and Breakfast has four bed chambers and one suite all named after regional oysters. All rooms are decorated with the finest designer fabrics, new queen or king mattresses and the modern amenities of today. Our rooms are filled with original artwork, antiques acquired over a lifetime and our precious collection of antique porcelains and of course, oyster plates! All rooms have TV’s with DVD function, plush European bedding, soft thick Turkish towels, ensuite baths, hair dryers, clock radios, wine glasses and openers, individually controlled heat /AC and free Wi-Fi.
This first floor master suite is the perfect room for a honeymoon or special occasion! Soak in the jacuzzi before going out for your special dinner. This luxury bedroom is highlighted by a king size four poster tobacco leaf bed and a fireplace that operates by remote. Your private dressing/sitting room is a cozy place to pick up your book, or watch t.v. while sitting on the antique loveseat. Privacy, convenience and history are only a step away...we welcome you to enjoy..we welcome you to enjoy this gorgeous suite!
Nightly Rate: $198-$230
This large east facing bedroom is anchored by a beautiful king bed with custom upholstered headboard in blue and white houndstooth check! The classic blue and yellow color scheme is both time less and soothing. Two rattan chairs in English linen are comfy to relax in any time of the year, while watching your t.v. or catching up on your latest novel. *** This lovely bedroom can be made up as a set of twins as well.
Nightly Rate: $165-$195
This south facing room is beautifully appointed with the original and exquisite wide plank flooring and a Queen size antique cannonball bed lavishly covered in willow green toile bedding. For your comfort while reading or watching TV there are two chairs to sip your tea or cocktail from while watching TV. The modern bath/ shower finishes this lovely and historic second floor room.
Nightly Rate: $165-$195
This precious south facing bedroom located on the second floor accommodates a Queen size antique spool bed all dressed in white matelasse! The soft blue botanical wallpaper is energizing in the morning, and soothing in the evening. Two comfortable chairs and footstool add to the relaxing atmosphere in this room. The modern bathroom/shower completes it. Inhale deeply, close your eyes, and let sweet dreams surround you!
Nightly Rate: $165-$195
A Queen size antique white iron bed sits regally amidst soft coral wallpaper. This airy room is just the place to retire to after a busy day of play! Soak in the antique claw foot tub/shower and watch the sun set in this west facing room. Two comfortable wing chairs to relax in while watching t.v. or chatting! Peacefulness will surround you tonight in this soft and serene second floor room.
Nightly Rate: $165-$195
5 on August 20, 2014
I recommend The Blushing Oyster for those who want to be right on 6A; close to highway 6. The atmosphere is relaxing and the outdoor seating area is a nice touch.
4.6 on August 14, 2014
The home was clean and welcoming, and the rooms were quaint and comfortable. The bathroom in Island Creek is small, which was fine for me, but it could be tight for someone who is taller and/or larger. Holly was wonderful, and even packed me a breakfast one morning I had to leave early. There are also quality restaurants within walking distance. I definitely recommend this B&B.
Thank you for taking time to review your stay with me. I appreciate your honest comments to help future guests make a well informed choice. Hope to see you again soon.
4.0 on July 29, 2014
Holly is a lovely hostess and her Captain's house is terrific! We had her lower floor suite and our rooms were spacious and spotless and the bed comfy. Both days we had the joy of breakfast on the garden patio and the food Holly prepared and served was superb.
What kind words of praise. I surely am pleased that you enjoyed your visit to the Cape and your stay with me here at The Blushing Oyster. Be well.
5 on July 28, 2014
Holly is an excellent host and extremely accommodating. Her breakfasts are great and she is very attentive to any food preferences you may have. The rooms are very comfortable and charming, with the right mix of modern and old-fashioned feel. She knows a lot about the area and was able to make several great suggestions about restaurants or things to do during the day. We were looking to do a cruise for the day and Holly surprised us by making calls for us while we ate to get information as well as putting our names on a list for one, so all we had to do after breakfast was be on our way since she took care of all of the legwork for us. What really stood out for us was how thoughtful and concerned she was. My girlfriend sprained her ankle before our stay and when Holly learned about this, she made sure there was an ice pack in the freezer each night for her to use. We had a great stay and would definitely recommend it.
Thank you for your wonderful words of appreciation. I am so happy you had a great time here and felt cared for, My goal is always to make you feel comfortable and relaxed. Be well and safe.
4.8 on July 17, 2014
We spent the holiday weekend at Blushing Oyster and loved being there. It's cosy, and has a beautiful setup. Holly, our inn keeper was great at making us feel at home. We loved the room we were in, the delicious breakfasts...all in all a great experience. We will definitely be staying there again if we are back in the area.
Thank you for taking the time to review your stay with me. I value the response and am happy you enjoyed yourself and the food. Am looking forward to your next visit.
5 on June 30, 2014
Stayed here for a week in June 2014. Loved the location for exploring the Cape. For a historic house, everything is fresh and updated. No detail is too small for Holly. The room was perfectly appointed without being fussy. The bed and bathroom have plush linens. The shower was great. Breakfast was amazing. Everything was beautifully seasoned, sauced, garnished, and served.
I am so happy that you enjoyed yourself here at The Blushing Oyster while you explored Cape Cod. i love to cook for everyone and am pleased that it is appreciated. Thank you for your kind words. Cheers!
4.6 on June 26, 2014
A great B&B in the heart of Cape Cod. Very nice innkeeper, individually made breakfast, great rooms. We'll go back!
Thank you for taking the time to review your stay at The Blushing Oyster. Look forward to seeing you again on your next visit.
3.4 on June 09, 2014
small, clean b&b with wonderful owner, Holly. The room we stayed in was facing the main road which was quite loud at times. Hospitality was great, as was the location.
Thank you for your honest response to your stay here. We work towards keeping the rooms as sound resistant as possible and apologized for you being disturbed by the street sounds. Take care
5 on September 20, 2013
This rounded off our trip to New England, prior to going back to our son in NJ and then back to England. Our room was very comfortable and very clean. Holly was a very good innkeeper and full of ideas were we could go around the area, and also to eat in the evenings. On the only full day we went for a walk suggested by Holly and then returned to relax in the garden amongst the flowers. Breakfast was delicious and was a surprise each morning. We had breakfast on the patio each morning as the weather was warm. It was a shame that my wife and I only had two nights here. No problem with the road outside. But is we return to Cape Cod would stay here again.
Thank you for this lovely review of your stay. I hope you have the chance to come for another visit in the future so you can explore the Cape a bit more. There is so much to enjoy. Best regards
5 on August 22, 2013
My wife and I loved this place. It is in a great position for exploring Cape Cod. Our room was beautifully furnished and even had fresh flowers. The garden was a lovely place to sit out and relax when we didn’t feel like exploring. Breakfasts were amazing with a real variety of foods. Thanks Holly for making us feel so welcome.
I am very pleased that you enjoyed yourselves here with me at The Blushing Oyster. I always am happy to see people sitting and enjoying the garden. Hope you can come again for a visit. Thank you for the review. It is greatly appreciated. Cheers!
Close to local beachs, National Historic District, Visit local vineyards, Local Nature Walks, Small town
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) 70 miles
Take Interstate 93 South to Route 3 South and follow signs for Cape Cod, Route 6 and the Sagamore Bridge. Go over Sagamore Bridge, US-6 (Mid Cape Highway) Heading South for 17.5 miles. At US-6 Exit 7, bear RIGHT (East) onto ramp for .02 miles. Bear RIGHT (North) onto Willow Street for 1.2 miles. Bear RIGHT (East) onto SR-6A (Main Street) for .5 miles.
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, Ferries to Nantucket & Martha's Vineyard close by, Located in Historic District, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, In-room internet, Fireplace, Library, Videos , Beach Chairs, Beach Umbrellas, Early riser coffee and tea service, In room wine glasses and cork screws, Beach Towels, Clothes Steamers in Guest Rooms
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, DVD Player, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Fishing, Whale watching, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Day-trips to Martha's Vineyard/Nantucket, Sailing, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Water sports, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Water sports
Restrictive , Vegetarian , Upon request.