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Nestled in the heart of Cape Cod's historic district on The Old King's Highway sits one of Brewster's proudest landmarks: The Old Manse Inn. Breathtaking guest rooms with soaring ceilings, hardwood floors, oriental carpets and artwork depicting life on the high seas. Rich bed linens, traditional wallcoverings and handmade draperies have restored the Inn to its gracious historical elegance. Your hosts Brian Blair and Charlie Heinz will provide full vacation planning services to help make your vacation truly one-of-a-kind. Just minutes to the beaches of Cape Cod Bay and miles of bike trails. Complimentary bicycles are provided as requested. PLEASE CALL FOR AVAILABILITY or check our web site at .oldmanseinn. 1861 Main Street, Brewster, Cape Cod, MA 02631. (508) 896-3149.
5 on November 02, 2016
We stayed for two nights in this charming and luxury B&B. Our room on the first floor was very comfortable and quiet. There was an open gas fire place in our room which enhanced the overall nice atmosphere. Coffee or tea or even port vine plus cookies were available round the clock free of charge. The sleeping comfort was great. We could relax either in our comfortable room or in a sitting room located in the neighbor house. A delicious breakfast was served in the very nice dining room. The staff was always very helpful and attentive. We would always stay again in this inn when visiting cape cod.
5 on August 14, 2016
The Old Manse is on a quite street and still near enough for long walks. The rooms are old New England classic. Breakfast was light on calories and just the right size to last until early afternoon, The staff was bright and helpful. They had bright warm attitudes. I am recommending this Bed and Breakfast to family and friends.
4.6 on July 23, 2016
The Old Manse Inn was our best stay in a B and B anywhere. Brain and Charlie were very attentive hosts. They have a wide range of beverages and snacks to keep us happy. I appreciated the bicycles for a nice ride along the rail trail. We found Brewster to be a more accessible (think parking), mellower and friendlier place than Chatham down the road. If we come back to Cape Cod, this will be the first place we make a reservation
4.4 on February 11, 2016
We found the inn to be beautifully appointed. It blended the charm and feel of historical Cape Cod with all the comfort and amenities of today. Brain and Charlie were excellent hosts who paid attention to all the little details that made our stay very special. Our suite was outstanding, from the soaps and candles in the bath (which was gorgeous!) to the softness of the sheets and the warmth of the gas stove. The food was excellent as well, and creatively presented. The inn is definitely on my list for a return trip and I would highly recommend it. Thanks again for a great weekend!
4.6 on November 13, 2015
Wow, beautiful B&B, loved the room, the service, and the food. Great biking and relaxing at the nearby beach. Would certainly go back.
5 on July 08, 2015
Old Manse Inn was a true delight. My wife and I spent a few days exploring Cape Cod in June of 2015. The management and staff made our stay outstanding. They provided bikes to ride on the many trails or a quick 5-minute bike ride to the beach. The owners provided just enough interaction and privacy to make our stay memorable. One of our favorite memories was being served breakfast on the covered patio overlooking the grounds. Looking forward to our next visit.
5 on May 21, 2015
My husband and I wanted a long weekend getaway for our 5th anniversary and this was the perfect place! My husband had mentioned that it was our anniversary and we found a balloon and some local truffles waiting for us in our room along with a sweet note from Brian & Charlie. The historic inn is a beautiful place to relax. It's centrally located mid-cape and perfect as a starting point to explore the cape. The breakfast every day was delicious! We can't say enough about the hospitality, the accommodations and the amenities. We highly recommend this B&B and look forward to going back there.
4.6 on May 03, 2015
Better than expected. Everything was 1st class.
4.4 on April 24, 2015
Beautiful historical inn, ideally located, extremely gracious inn keepers with an outstanding breakfast. We would highly recommend.
4.8 on March 24, 2015
We stayed at the Old Manse Inn in Brewster in late March, 2015. The Inn is located on picturesque Route 6A in the town, within walking to the General store (Donald Doan's to the old-timers), the Brewster Scoop and the beaches and an easy bike ride or drive to shops, antiquing, etc. Brian and Charlie were very welcoming, extending hospitality without being intrusive. They really made us feel at ease. The Inn itself is impressive- lovely common rooms with coffee service, oriental rugs, card tables and comfortable chairs for reading or talking. Our bedrooms were wonderful- spacious, well appointed, with restored fir flooring, and large comfortable, warm beds. In-room baths were a bit small (as might be expected in an restored inn), but more than adequate with plenty of towels. Rooms have televisions, radios and free wifi (the classical radio station in Chatham, WFCC is actually quite good...) Breakfast in the morning was excellent- juice and plenty of hot coffee, an excellent fruit starter, followed by eggs florentine with maple sausage. Portions were generous (but not excessive) and the service was warm and attentive. Overall, our stay was comfortable, hassle free and enjoyable- we would return and recommend the Old Manse Inn to friends and family.
Formerly the Chart Room, this impressive first floor bedroom is a favorite for both men and woman alike. It has a romantic maritime decor with historic map wall coverings, classic built-in storage shelves and nautical window treatments. The gas stove within a brick fireplace will warm you up as you relish in the comfort of the room. The brass four poster bed with feather bed topping makes for an incredible night's sleep. The spacious bathroom features a 54" wide shower with 2 body jets, plus pedestal sink.
Formerly the Captains Room and upon entering this bed room you'll be impressed with its elegance. Highlights include a queen size, mahogany, four poster canopied bed and fireplace. Other elegant features include stunning nautical paintings, and antique Baltimore harbor prints. On either side of the mahogany paneled fireplace, the windows overlook the sweeping west lawn landscape surrounding the Old Manse Inn. 18" wide pine floorboards reminiscent of early Colonial times enhance it's appeal and a magnificent tiled bath with air tub and shower , plus charming dressing table area as well. Staying in this room will surely make you enjoy a captain's experience.
Formerly the Blue Room, the elegant floral carved armoire faces a magnificent queen sleigh bed. Wake up in this chandelier room and you'll feel like royalty. It has a superb corner view overlooking a quaint New England church and the beautiful landscape of the Old Manse making this a special place. This spacious room also offers the ultimate in privacy, having its own entry foyer that comes complete with an antique desk. Finally, a corner fireplace, flat screen cable/DVD television, beautifully upholstered chair, charming bath with large shower. You'll find it hard to leave this room in the morning but you won't want to miss out on a deliciously prepared breakfast.
Formerly the Nauset Room. Brighten your vacation in this cool and soothing retreat, its light and airy decor inspired by the brilliant blues and white Delft designs of the southern Netherlands. This room features a Celtic Iron queen bed and a twin bed for accommodating three guests. Its large closet and dresser gives you plenty of room for a longer stay. After a day on the bike trails or nearby beach you'll look forward to relaxing in the wing chair or kicking up your feet to enjoy a DVD on our flat screen cable TV. Upon gazing out the windows you'll enjoy the stunning view of a dramatic church steeple and landscaped lawns. Tiled in-suite private bath is enhanced by the in room pedestal sink plus full amenities makes it special.
Formerly the Rose Room, you will find a magnificent Federal style canopy queen size bed (no dust collecting lace). Featherbed topping makes for a glorious night's sleep. In this magnificent sun filled room, you'll find wall coverings featuring a romantic rose colored motif, in the historic Toile pattern, depicting magical country scenes. As you ready yourselves for a romantic evening out room offers a delightful separate restroom that allows one person to shower while the other can freshen up in a bath area.
Located on the second floor at the top of the stairs, the former Peach Room has a modern, beach country cottage look that features full sized mahogany pineapple poster bed. In Colonial times the pineapple was a symbol of welcome and good luck to guests. Although the smallest of our rooms it's gained a return guest following. Furnishings are period pieces from early Colonial times enhanced with complimenting artwork. The large bathroom, originally the only bath for the floor, comes complete with traditional tub and shower. (No Minimum Night Stay Required For This Room)
Formerly the Garden Room, it is soft and elegant. This room features delicate mauve flowered wall coverings and drapes. Snuggle up in this queen size, four poster early pine bed that directly faces our hand-tiled fireplace. It features a corner window view of two beautiful New England Churches. Early American candled sconces, mirrors and garden paintings, accent the early American pine furniture throughout. Plenty of room for all your things is a spacious closet and antique dresser. Pleasing In-suite bath with stall shower.
Formerly the Medallion Room, in this third floor room you will find everything from a magnificent mahogany four posted bed, to a mirrored, antique walnut wardrobe from the time of the Revolutionary War. High ceilings with lots of space allow for desk and chair plus the room's superb corner view, overlooking a quaint New England church. Enhanced with a charming in room sink plus the main private in-suite tiled bath. Not to be overlooked is the wing chair reading area making this a special place indeed.
Formerly the Singer Room, it was named for the antique Singer sewing table inside as this was the room used for sewing garments. The room includes a mahogany four poster queen size bed. The bathroom has an advantageous design; tiled shower in a separate room from the sink and lavatory provides convenience for the two of you to get ready for an evening out in one of many fine restaurants. Excellent third floor view of not one, but two, country churches. All complimented by beautiful rose pattern floral linens - in burgundies and greens. You'll be anxious to get back to the Old Manse Inn after a busy day to this cozy environment.
Formerly the Vineyard Room, it is our latest addition in the recently-renovated historic barn. This luxury room has all the charm, beauty and comfort of our historic sea captain's house with a gas marbled fireplace, ceiling fans, Wi-Fi and flat screen cable TV/DVD. As a first floor room, it is accessible via private entrance and with large double windows that provide an expansive view of the west lawn. Features a king canopy bed and two comfortable chairs for reading. The bathing salon beckons with its whirlpool tub and bath gels. This enhanced bath has a warm bronze wall paper, separate shower and beautiful carved oak vanity. Early morning coffee or tea is easily accessible down the hall from your Keurig coffee machine. Also provided is a refrigerator to store your wine or soft drinks. The Vineyard Room is a perfect romantic getaway.
Formerly the Nantucket Room, this luxury room was created within the beautifully renovated historic barn. After returning from a day at the beach or taking in the sites of Cape Cod you'll enjoy all the charm, beauty, comfort and warmth this room has to offer. It reflects what a sea captains home may have been like. With its grand 10 foot ceilings and romantic king sleigh bed you'll find it difficult to leave. A first floor room accessed by private entrance has expansive view of the Inn's west lawn. Featuring a seating area, gas marbled fireplace, ceiling fan, Wi-Fi, and 34" flat screen/DVD cable television. The bathing salon is wrapped in cream beadboard, cottage style wainscoting. There is an oak carved vanity and large wood framed mirror. After relaxing in the claw foot tub enjoy your time together at one of our many fine local restaurants or just curled up with a good DVD. Early morning coffee or tea from our accessible Keurig machine just 3 steps from your door. Also provided is a refrigerator/freezer to store your wine or soft drinks etc. This is your New England Island room to remember.
Formerly the Admiral Suite. Upon entering this romantic, private-entrance suite, guests are greeted by a luxurious Celtic Iron king size canopy bed with piles of plump pillows and a feather mattress making this a haven of romance. This bedroom features 520 sq ft of spacious luxury. You'll find this room cool and spacious in the summer and cozy as can be in the winter. Featuring a sitting area, 54" flat screen TV with cable/DVD, and a pleasing gas stove. Off of the main bedroom guests will find a separate dressing area with vanity. The bathing salon will impress you with its 6-foot luxury 2 person massaging tub, large shower and twin pedestal sinks. Beyond the main bedroom sits a private well furnished deck with potted flowers overlooking our lovely wooded backyard. This room makes for a wonderful retreat for honeymooners or anyone celebrating a special occasion. You may consider a private massage in this room or maybe a romantic dinner for 2 on the deck.
Cape Cod's Sea Captain District, Countryside, Oceanfront, Small town, Village
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.)
The Old Manse Inn, Brewster, MA is only 1 1/2 hours from Boston, MA and Providence, RI by car. From Route 6 (Mid-Cape Highway) take exit 10, then turn left on Rte. 124 towards Brewster. Go straight through one stoplight to the end of Rte. 124 at the junction of Rte. 6A. Turn left and look for the Old Manse Inn about 1/8 mile on your right.
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