Listed on the National Historic Register and located in a seaside village, this classic c. 1798 cape is a getaway haven combining old world charm with modern amenities. Romantically warm and cozy, the inn's seven fireplaces, library, spacious gathering room, free WiFi and secluded brick patio is well suited for both extended stays or that needed getaway weekend. It's 5 guest rooms with sumptuous beds are distinctively appointed. All are air conditioned and have private baths, one with Jacuzzi. Guests enjoy good company over the inn's acclaimed breakfasts and fresh ground coffee served by a crackling fire in cooler months. It's mid-cape location allows quick access to the National Seashore beaches, ferries to the islands, and numerous other Cape delights. Antique shops, fine dining, nature trails, and sunsets overlooking Cape Cod Bay are minutes or steps away.
Our Yarmouth guest room has a private bath with a Jacuzzi tub, a four post bed with drapes boasting antique and historic colors. Room includes air conditioning, room fan, sound system, fresh flowers and plants to give you that comfortable home feeling for your relaxation.
Our Captain Crocker guest room is done in the color palettes of cranberry and creams. The bed is a antique modified spool bed that offers you a luxurious king. The rich wood tones of the antiques and the slanted ceiling are reminiscent of the captain's quarters. Add a private bath, air conditioning, room fan, sound system, fresh flowers and plants, and your stay is complete.
Our Voyager guest room has a queen size bed with a low four poster maple frame. The room is warm and comfortable done in creams with blue accents. Add a private bath, air conditioning, sound system, wide board painted floors, fresh flowers and plants and your stay is complete.
Our Seebreeze guest room is warm in color with creams and yellows. The spaciousness of this bright, sunny room along with air condition, private bath, fresh flowers and plants, sound system complete the comfort of this room.
Our Fireside guest room is warm and comfortable. It's cozy queen size bed offers sumptuous linens and pillows. In the cooler months enjoy the working fireplace. With air conditioning, private bath, fresh flowers and plants and some soft jazz on the sound system will all contribute to make your stay complete.
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.
Cape Cod, Village
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) 50 miles
Take Rt. 3 to Cape Cod. Cross the Sagamore Bridge which turns into Rt. 6. Take exit 7 (Yarmouthport, Willow Street). Turn right onto Willow St. at the end of the exit ramp. Take Willow for about 2 miles where it will dead end into 6A. Turn right and the Crook Jaw is on the left about 1/2 mile.
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, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River
Historic Inn, Bed and Breakfast
Board games, In-room internet, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, CD player, Computer, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Radio
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Dune Trails, Whale Watching, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Water sports