Beechwood is an award-winning romantic 1853 Victorian Inn beautifully furnished with elegant period antiques. All rooms have private baths, tv/vcr's and air-conditioning, some with fireplaces and seasonal water views. Gourmet breakfast is served at individual, lace-covered tables in the paneled dining room, with afternoon tea and sweets in front of the parlor fireplace. In summer, iced tea and lemonade are served on the veranda overlooking 1 1/2 acres of gardens and woods. Located on one of the country's Top Ten Scenic Roadways on Cape Cod.
The spectacular Rose Room has a solid mahogany queen-size canopy bed, a red velvet fainting couch in front of the working fireplace, and a hand-carved Italian mahogany armoire.
Marble - A light and airy first floor room with a view of the garden through lace curtained windows. A 19th Century queen-size brass bed and beautiful marble fireplace create a romantic setting.
A large airy room with king bed and fireplace decorated in the country Victorian manner. The unique bath features a clawfoot tub with brass fixtures, and colored glass window overlooking the magnificent Copper Beech and gardens.
This upstairs room offers seasonal views of Cape Cod Bay through stained glass windows. This large, L-shaped room is decorated with William Morris wallpaper, a spoon carved queen bed and a double bed. The matching marble topped dresser recreates the Eastlake style of the 1880's.
A rare hand painted bedroom set with queen bed adorns this upstairs room. Four stained glass windows overlook the weeping beech tree to the west and seasonal peek of Cape Cod Bay to the north.
A very private third floor hide-away. Angled walls of period paneling create a lovely bed-sitting room with a view of Cape Cod Bay. An 1850's vintage quuen-size bed completes the romantic mood!
Antique brass queen-size bed, air-conditioning, tv/vcr, full private bath and a nice view of Cape Cod Bay!
Your room may be any of our 3 non-fireplace rooms (Eastlake, Cottage, Garret) with Queen beds, elegant Victorian antiques, tv/vcr's, private bath and of course our wonderful gourmet breakfast. Garret has a great view of Cape Cod Bay!
2.4 on June 24, 2014
The room met my expectation but nothing more. I left the room at 7:00 am and I could not taste the breakfast starting at 8:00 am.
5 on May 13, 2014
Loved this B&B! Owners are super- the breakfast is wonderful. Beautiful grounds- perfect location. My mom and daughter stayed downstairs, they loved their room- we stayed upstairs and it was bautifully furnished and clean as can be! I can't wait to go back!
3.8 on May 11, 2014
Wonderful Victorian located on the quiet north side of the Cape. Easy drive to downtown. Great breakfast and hospitality.
4.4 on April 02, 2014
The owner, Julie, went above and beyond to ensure we enjoyed our stay. We hope to return sometime.
5 on November 28, 2012
My wife and I received a weekend stay at the Beechwood Inn as a wedding gift from her friends at work. What a great gift!! The Inn is charming and very comfortable. The antiques sprinkled around the premises are beautiful and, thanks to Ken, the Innkeeper, many have an interesting story. Ken, as well as being very friendly and down-to-earth, is a wealth of knowledge about the Cape and really helped us plan our weekend visit, maximizing our time there. I highly recommend staying at the Beechwood Inn (we stayed in the Lilac Room) and, hopefully, will be back soon! Thanks, Ken!!! Kim and Steve
4.6 on June 01, 2012
After 29 years of marriage you think a simple accustomed two day stay at a B&B would be routine. Not so at the Beechwood Inn in Barnstable Ma. A large airy second floor room with a fireplace, king and twin bed and country Victorian style antique furnishings felt more like a suite. A unique bath featuring a clawfoot tub with brass fixtures, and colored glass window overlooking the magnificent Copper Beech and gardens was wonderful. Ken was a gracious host who served us a delicious gourmet breakfast. This well kept historic Inn was romantic and blooming in the month of May.
4.2 on October 07, 2011
Ken was an exceptionally helpful and interesting host for our 2 day visit. After 17 years here he knows all the ins and outs of the restaurant options and best places to see on the Cape. The Inn is quite elegant with beautiful antiques. We would definitely return here when we get back to Cape Cod.
5 on October 18, 2010
My husband and I spent our honeymoon at the Beechwood Inn and it was beyond all our expectations. We stayed in the Rose room and it was very romanic with a lace covered four poster bed and a wood burning fireplace. The breakfasts were to die for Debbie is a excellent cook, and Ken is very friendly and knowledgable about the cape. We look forward to going back for many anniversaries.
5 on June 27, 2010
Russ and Sharon If you are looking for a romantic, quiet get- a -away, look no further then the Beechwood Inn. We stayed there in Mid June 2010, in the Garret Room, a very private 3rd floor nook. It is the perfect room to rekindle old love or to celebrate new ones. The Beechwood is an old Victorian house that is full of charm and beauty, named so for the massive beechwood tree located on the property. Inn owners Ken and Debra are wonderful people that make your stay truly enjoyable. Debra is a fantastic cook spoiling us with stuff French toast and a type off egg soufflé that was delicious. Ken is a great source of local knowledge and history and will point you in the right direction no matter where your interests lay. In addition Ken and Debbie breed championship Golden Retrievers. If your visit coincides with a puppy litter consider yourself lucky. There is nothing more adorable than a bunch of golden butterballs running around. The older dogs are very well behaved and do not have the run of the place. If you are a dog lover this inn is for you. If dogs aren’t your thing don’t worry you will hardly notice that they are there. I know that we will return to the beechwood, hmm maybe for the honeymoon.
5 on June 22, 2010
I was looking for a quiet place to write and relax. The Beechwood Inn exceeded my expectations. The romantic victorian inn is idealy located in town allowing for an early morning or evening stroll. I had the quiet I needed to work on my dissertation and the company of their Golden Retrievers sitting under the century old beech trees and on the porches surronding the inn. The breakfasts were out of this world and so was the hospitality of the owners. It could not have been more perfect. I plan to visit again.
Beachside, Countryside, Village
Hyannis, MA (HYA-Barnstable Municipal)
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Ocean, Whalewatching, birdwatching, Plymouth Rock, Cranberry Bogs, Scenic roadway, Kennedy compound, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Winery
Historic Inn, Bed and Breakfast
Alarm clock, Board games, Conference Rooms, Library, Radio, Telephone, Wedding Facilities , Refrigerators in rooms, waterviews, antiques in rooms, gardens/woods, badmitton.
Air conditioning, In-room internet, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Blueberry pickings, Tennis, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts
Julie is a former pharmacy manager who loves to cook, entertain guests and visit the beach.
Restrictive , Vegetarian , Diet, To match dietar
Auth Ruth Beechwood Baked Eggs
3 Kinds of cheese (cheddar, cream, cottage) blended with eggs and oven-baked