Welcome to the 1830 Quince Tree House, a Georgian Colonial B&B in historic Sandwich. Our Two-Room suites offer a spacious elegance not normally seen in a small Cape Cod B&B, offering central air-conditioning, queen size beds, a working fireplace in each bedroom and a three course breakfast served in our dining room or mahogany deck overlooking the gardens. The Inn is centrally located in Sandwich Village, within walking distance of many of the town's restaurants, historic attractions, unique shops & art galleries. Visit our website to view our multi-night discounts (up to 20%)!
Beloved general practitioner in Sandwich, Dr. Samuel Beale lived and practiced in this house from 1914 until 1967, and this two room first floor suite served as his waiting room and office. The large sitting room has a built-in bookcase, queen sized sofa bed, winged back chairs and TV/DVD. A short hallway leads to the bedroom with a working fireplace (once the kitchen beehive oven), four poster queen bed with lace canopy and rocking chair. The private bath has a standard tub and shower. Ideal for 2 - 4 guests or guests. See our website for multi-night discounts of 10-20%!
The Tobey Suite is named for one of Sandwich's founding fathers, and the original owner of the property. Done in a luscious, deep red, the bedroom consists of a queen size bed, working fireplace and rocking chair. there is also a half bath in the room. The adjoining sitting room has a full size pullout sofa bed, wing back chair and TV/DVD. Included in the suite is a luxurious bathroom with whirlpool tub. See our website for multi-night discounts of 10-20%!
Named after one of the master glass designers for the Sandwich Glass Factory, The Voden Room is peaceful and serene. With a queen size canopy bed, working fireplace, settee, TV/DVD and private bath with a wonderful rainfall shower, this second floor room is a perfect retreat for 2. See our website for multi-night discounts of 10-20%!
4.6 on May 15, 2013
I am currently a guest at the Quince Tree House am find it very nice, quiet, comfortable, homey. Proprietors are lovely people. Very accommodating. Looking forward to rest of my stay. Worth the rate. Food is great and atmosphere very welcoming.
3.8 on August 22, 2011
We stayed for two nightd and it was a wonderful time. The location was very nice and the room was also very nice. We had to leave early the last morning and I was hoping to be given some cereal or something but nothing was offered. This was the only letdown.
4.6 on March 09, 2009
My husband and I recently spent a wonderful weekend at the 1830 Quince Tree House. We had a lovely time! When we first arrived, we were a little confused about which door to enter, but once we found our way inside, we were warmly greeted by Cecily and Richard, the friendly owners of the Inn. We got a tour of the common rooms, a detailed explanation of the coffee and tea service and were shown the guest refrigerator and laptop. The dining room and sitting room were nicely decorated, but not stuffy. It felt very homey, actually. Our suite was on the first floor and was very comfortable. There was a large sitting area with a fold out sofa, an armoire with a television and an entire wall of well stocked book cases. The bedroom was small, but charming, with a canopy bed and working fireplace. There was a standard bathroom off the bedroom, which had Egyptian cotton towels and spa bathrobes along with a lovely tray of soap, shampoo, bath gel and other necessities. Breakfast was delicious and very generous. It was three courses which started with a home baked muffin or scone. Next was a warm fruit dish. On the first morning we had grilled plums served with a dollop of vanilla yogurt. It was delicious. Next, the main course. I loved the herb and cheese omlet with English muffin and bacon. All of this was served with French roast coffee and orange or cranberry juice. We were utterly stuffed by the end of breakfast! Cecily is a very chatty and friendly hostess. When we got back from our dinner on Saturday, she joined us in the parlor for conversation while we enjoyed the complimentary after dinner Port. My husband and I have stayed in other B&Bs... some of which were more formally decorated... but we really liked the homey warm atmosphere of the 1830 Quince Tree House. We would definitely stay there again. Thanks Richard and Cecily for a great weekend. It was really a pleasure.
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) 25 miles
Follow I-93 to Route 3 South toward Cape Cod and cross the Sagamore Bridge. Once over the Sagamore Bridge, proceed on Route 6 for approximately 2 miles to Exit 2, Route 130. Exit here and at the end of the ramp, turn left onto Water Street (Route 130) heading north towards Sandwich village. After approximately one mile, you will pass a school on your right. Approximately 100 yards past the school, you'll see the sign for the Hoxie House on the left and School Street on the right. Turn right onto School Street. We are located at the end of the block, on the right, at the corner of School and Main Streets. Our driveway is the last right on School Street before Main Street. You can park in the drive at the rear of the house or on School Street.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, kayaking, Whale Watching, Bicycling, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services
Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, Computer, Copier, Desk, Fax Machine, Library, Videos
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, DVD Player, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Whale Watching, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Water sports
Richard Pratt and Cecily Denson
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian