3.4 on February 09, 2016
Very warm and welcoming along with an excellent breakfast. Brian was very helpful in every way!
4.0 on February 04, 2016
Beautifully decorated home from home we were very well looked after, nothing was too much for our attentive host. Comfortable accommodations, delicious homemade breakfast. Themed decor all seashells and sailing boats. Will definitely come back
4.8 on August 02, 2014
My husband and I stayed at Brian's cozy inn this past week, from July 28th to August 1st. We have stayed at several B&B's in the past and have never been disappointed, but Brian did an outstanding job!! Exceptionally tasty gourmet breakfasts, extremely welcoming and full of information, and a 'oh so comfortable' bed!! I highly recommend the Crook Jaw In, and when we return to Cape Code, this place will be our first choice! France and Kim Foster, Belleville, Ontario, Canada
5 on September 04, 2013
Great spot to stay! Breakfast was outstanding!
4.4 on June 03, 2013
My boyfriend and I stayed at the Crook Jaw during a recent long weekend and picked it because of it's great location. We quickly realized the charming and intimate five room inn was a great place to stay in general. When we arrived, the innkeeper Brian was helpful and accommodating, giving us directions to places he thought we'd enjoy, and providing excellent dining recommendations. The rooms he keeps are cute and cozy, and the breakfasts are delicious and varied. Another couple staying there was on their fourth stay at the Crook Jaw, and it's so easy to see why. I wished we could have stayed there longer but hope to one day go back.
5 on May 25, 2013
Great place & great service from innkeeper Brian...he greets you with questions as to your culinary needs & continues with invaluable information about Cape Cod...the room was clean, quaint and comfortable as was the bathroom...baked cookies were offered in the evening and a delicious and varied home cooked breakfast in the morning (one morning a yummy veggy frittata, the next a delicious and interesting breakfast Soufflé)...I can't recommend the Crook Jaw Inn more strenuously...a wonderful bed and breakfast experience and at a reasonable price!!
5 on March 23, 2013
If I had the opportunity to stay at just one B&B, the Crook Jaw Inn would be my uncontested choice. Nestled in an enclave of history and wild beauty, the inn is unpretentious yet rich in comfort and quiet. Rooms are spotless and tastefully decorated. The common area is spacious and inviting. Breakfast is consistently a gourmet treat. Should winter choose to visit too, do not be surprised to wake and find that your car has been swept free of snow. Brian is the most gracious and generous of hosts. You will leave in anticipation of returning.
5 on September 23, 2012
Brian, our host, made us feel right at home, and the breakfasts were certainly tasty. I would go back!
4.0 on September 06, 2012
Brian, the innkeeper, was very nice. Great breakfast.
4.8 on August 03, 2012
My fiance and I stayed at the Crook Jaw Inn this past weekend and had a wonderful time. We loved the homemade breakfasts every morning and the cookies and muffins left out every evening. But most of all we loved the hospitality of Brian, the owner. Our car broke down during our stay, and he offered to drive us both to the mechanic and to a rental car facility. He even offered to wait with us at the rental car place until we had received our car. Without a doubt, Brian is a thoughtful innkeeper, and knows how to make visitors feel as if they are honored guests staying in a comfortable home.
5 on July 07, 2012
This was our first stay at the Crook Jaw Inn and everything was perfect (we stayed in the "Yarmouth" room) !! Brian is sweet and he makes a mean breakfast. Anything you need to know about the Cape Brian will know. I would certainly recommend this inn to friends and family. You are provided with a great atmosphere and everything you need while away from home. I would say bring a cooler though because the fridge is small and packed with drinks that are complimentary. Quincy, MA July 2012
4.8 on June 20, 2012
My wife and I visited the cape for a quick weekend. Brian was a perfect host and the inn was in a great location. We look forward to our next visit here!
5 on May 06, 2012
My husband and I stayed at the Crook Jaw Inn almost a year ago. We really enjoyed ourselves. Brian is such a wonderful host and committed to his guests. The breakfasts are phenomenal! Brian is so helpful on recommendations where to visit and made our entire week stay such a hospitable one. My husband and I both stated, “When we come back to Cape Cod, The Crook Jaw Inn will be our place to stay.” Thank you again, Brian, for such a wonderful experience.
4.4 on February 28, 2012
In an old house, Crook Jaw Inn welcomes you in a lovely place. The owner is very kind, full of great advice, and the breakfast is amazing!
4.6 on October 30, 2011
Quaint, tasteful NE Inn. Rooms are spacious. Innkeeper was very helpful with advice on area. He is also an exceptional cook -- breakfast was fantastic.
5 on October 13, 2011
First time visitors to Cape Cod, it fit perfectly our expectations of a New England B&B. Brian was super! His attention to detail excellent. The Inn was relaxing and comfortable. Very enjoyable breakfasts - excellent food and great conversations with other guests.
5 on October 11, 2011
Had a wonderful weekend down the Cape. The Crook Jaw is a great place to stay. It's always clean,friendly and a place you can relax and catch up on reading or just take the fall season in. The rooms are very homey and beds are wicked comfortable. The Inn keeper Brian is a natural Inn keeper. He doesn't miss a trick. He makes a great breakfast and is very welcoming. Don't be surprised if you come back to the Inn, late in the afternoon and find warm chocolate chip cookies waitng for you. It really doesn't get any better! Everytime we stay there we met people from all over the country and many from Europe, and that adds to our vacation experience.
4.4 on August 06, 2011
Brian is the best host one could hope for--polite, friendly, and very attentive to his guests' needs and requests. His breakfast will be one of the highlights of your trip (bonus: he prepared a terrific gluten-free breakfast for my wife). He places high value on customer satisfaction, and it shows in his work. Clean and cozy room, with nice comfortable mattress. Crook Jaw Inn is within walking distance of a great book store, several nice restaurants, an ice cream shop, bank/ATM and more, plus we like its mid-Cape location. It's on our list for our next Cape Cod stay.
5 on October 06, 2010
Service was superb! The innkeeper gave me a ton of tips, offered me drinks, gave me extra towels for the beach! Offer tan food, even warn me of the cold weather in the sea. The house was meticulously planned & detail oriented.
5 on October 05, 2010
I just enjoyed my first trip to the Crook Jaw Inn and I hope it won't be my last! A great location, a wonderful proprietor, the most yummy hot breakfasts and many special touches make the Crook Jaw an A+!
4.8 on September 17, 2010
Our three night stay at Crook Jaw was as good as it gets..Beautiful Inn great breakfast variety and delicious..Brian is a great host..We loved the restaurant down the street (Ye Olde Yarmouth Inn) don't miss eating there...
5 on August 12, 2010
Our 3 nights at Crook Jaw were as good as it gets. The inn was beautiful and the breakfasts were varied and delicious. Brian was the most helpful innkeeper we have encountered at any B&B. This was an A++ experience.
5 on May 25, 2010
When traveling to the Cape, this is the place to stay. We've stayed at Crook Jaw twice and will definitely be back. Great hospitality, great atmosphere, really great breakfast. We just got back from our anniversary weekend there and wish we were back. Great little place.
5 on May 24, 2010
This was the second time my girlfriend and I stayed at the Crook Jaw Inn and we were just as impressed and pleased with our stay- consistency is something the innkeeper, Brian, has definitely mastered. On both visits, we have stayed in the Yarmouth Room, the only guest room downstairs. It really does have that home-away-from-home feel to it, and we love the way you can close yourself into the bed. The bathroom is huge and well-stocked with everything standard you would need (blow dryer, hangers, an iron, comfy robes, shampoo, lotion, makeup remover pads, bath salts, candles, etc.) and has an amazing spa tub. The room has a charming writing desk, a fireplace with candles (no actual fire allowed in the colder months as far as I know), a CD player, and amazing nautical collectibles throughout. Brian is a wonderful host, offering hospitality and excellent guest service, while maintaining a very professional air. His breakfasts are NOT to be missed- you will be so impressed with what he places in front of you! In sum, the best B&B/inn I have ever stayed at, and a place I look forward to returning to many times in the future. 5 stars!
4.6 on March 15, 2010
The host had an interesting story and was fun to talk to. Was great at giving info about the area. Also, the Cape Cod area is simply beautiful!
5 on October 26, 2009
A warm and friendly welcome. Brian, the Inn Keeper provided lots of information on places to see during our visit to Cape Cod and also lots of recommendations on restaurants in the area. The home made breakfasts were delicious and our room was beautiful with a large comfortable bed. Crook Jaw Inn is an excellent base from where to explore the Cape and if I ever visit Cape Cod again, I would stay at the Crook Jaw Inn.
3.6 on September 15, 2009
Excellent B&B, very cozy, very clean, charming. attentive owner. Good value.
4.6 on September 06, 2009
We traveled to Massachusetts to drop our youngest daughter off at college, and decided to make a vacation of the remainder of the week. After our usual review of options on the web, we settled on the Crook Jaw Inn and were not disappointed! Brian is a gracious, accomodating host, the inn is lovely and nicely located in the historic district, and we couldn't have been happier with our visit. The Inn is moderately priced in comparison to other inns we looked at and the breakfasts are very nice. The parking lot is larger than that of many inns that I've stayed at. The location in Yarmouth made it convenient to explore the Cape in all directions, and Brian is quite knowledgable as to places to see. I would definitely stay here again!!
3.0 on August 23, 2009
A comfortable homey atmosphere in a clean and pretty home. Brian's breakfasts are so tastey and you can't beat his "muffins". We also like his dining set up. There are individual tables for his guests which I especially like as let's face it we don't always want to chat in the mornings and yet it is intimate enough that you can if you want to. The area is quaint and peaceful and Brian is willing to assist and get whatever information is needed.
4.8 on August 10, 2009
This inn is centrally located on Cape Cod which makes it perfect to see the Upper and Lower Cape. The rooms are clean, quiet and full of charm. Brian is always ready with sightseeing tips or dinner suggestions and his breakfast's were delicious. You will be asking for the recipies for sure!
4.6 on August 03, 2009
We love this place and its host. Everything is very well done, but the breakfasts in particular are extraordinary. We look forward to our fourth visit in a row next year.
3.8 on July 27, 2009
From the gourmet breakfasts to the sand chairs & umbrella for our trip to the beach, our stay was just wonderful!
5 on July 26, 2009
THIS PAST WEEKEND WAS OUR 4TH VISIT TO CROOK JAW INN.THE ENTIRE VISIT WAS OUTSTANDING.BRIAN IS AN OUTSTANDING HOST.THE BREAKFAST HOME COOKED AND EXCELLENT.THE ROOM DECOR VERY COMFORTABLE.THE ENTIRE SURROUNDINGS VERY INVITING.A PLACE WE LOOK FORWARD TO VISIT WHENEVER WE VISIT CAPE COD.
4.8 on July 24, 2009
AT great rates as far as B&B's go, we loved our cozy room and were particularly happy about the comfortable mattress on the bed. Our breakfast was delicious and homecooked with plenty of hot coffee and muffins du jour on the side. The location allowed easy walking access to great dining at the Yarmouth Inn and the quirky reason we came to Yarmouth Port- the Edward Gorey House on Strawberry Lane.
4.8 on July 22, 2009
We had a relaxing and enjoyable stay at the Crook Jaw Inn. It was nice to be able to walk to dinner and the Edward Gorey house. Route 6A gets a lot of traffic, but we found the inn quiet and peaceful even with the windows open in our room. Comfortable common rooms and tasty breakfasts served on antique Depression glass (I love to see antiques used and enjoyed).
4.6 on July 17, 2009
Wonderful creative breakfasts, terrific service. Great attention to the details both in decor and those things that make for the best getaways. Tops as a considerate host.
5 on June 29, 2009
WE THOROUGHLY ENJOYED OUR WEEK STAY! BRIAN PUTS THE BREAKFAST IN BED AND BREAKFAST! WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND CROOK JAW INN TO EVERYONE
5 on June 19, 2009
This was my first stay at a B&B and I don't think I'll ever be able to stay at a corporate hotel again! Brian was extremely welcoming and hospitable from the moment we arrived. The inn was cozy and beautifully decorated; we felt completely at home. And the breakfasts were scrumptious! We thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
4.4 on May 28, 2009
We felt right at home, it was very comfortable. Our host was very accommodating, since we both have food allergies. He went out of his way to prepare special meals for us that were delicious! A great place to stay and relax!
5 on October 14, 2008
We were on the Cape for a wedding. After much research we selected the Crook Jaw Inn. Great location and great host. Brian is beyond accommodating. A most excellent host and excellent lodgings.
5 on October 14, 2008
The Inn is charming, comfortably, beautifully fantastic. The Innkeeper cooks wonderful breakfasts and is solicits without being intrusive. Nothing was lacking.
5 on October 01, 2008
We had a great stay. Everything was clean and bright. The complimentary soda was nice. The living room with big screen TV & movie selection was a nice tough. Breakfast was delicious with a good variety each day.
5 on August 08, 2008
Our kids treated us to a 2 day Anniversary Getaway in this quaint country inn on the cape.We liked it so much we stayed an extra night. Brian is so hospitable and treated us to a new culinary delight each morning to start the day off right! Highly recomend!
5 on April 21, 2008
I can't believe it is a month since I stayed at Crook Jaw Inn because I am still talking about the wonderful time away we had the weekend of March 16th. This is our 4th time staying at Crook Jaw and each time we walk away with new experiences. Brian is a wonderful inkeeper and works very hard so that you will enjoy your visit on Cape Cod by sharing stories, providing great places to see and will make a breakfast that you will truley enjoy. When you leave you will be well fed, well rested and feel like you have had a little bit of heaven!
4.0 on April 17, 2007
The quaintness and cleanliness of this establishment is unsurpassed. The food is to die for and the innkeeper is a great storyteller. He is versed on areas of the Cape and can point you in the right direction whether it be for food or for sightseeing. The inn abounds in peaceful pleasure.
5 on April 17, 2007
I just had a girls get away weekend at the Crook Jaw INN. This is everything you want in a B&B. It is warm and cozy, beds are comfortable and the breakfast is amazing. Brian the Inn keeper provided us with wonderful recommendation for lunch as well as great conversation.The only problem is once you get there you don't want to leave A place you will remember and want to go back to.Looking forward to our next getaway.