Located on a quiet street on lower Cape Cod, Bluefish Bed & Breakfast is known for charming rooms, a quiet and inviting atmosphere and the beautiful, gourmet and locally sourced organic breakfasts that are served every morning prepared by Tim (owner who is a professional chef). A small property with a total of three rooms - one guestroom & 2 suites each are quiet, updated, spotlessly clean and reasonably priced. The location is 1.5 miles to the beach, and minutes to the famous Cape Cod Bike Path, several parks, tennis courts, historic homes, nature walks and cranberry bogs. "We just returned from a perfect weekend at the absolutely fabulous Bluefish Bed and Breakfast. The owners were extremely helpful with local attractions and restaurants, as well as prepared delicious breakfasts. Not only was the food delicious, but it looked wonderful too." Offering two suites and one guestroom guests often comment about how quiet they find both the area and the home. We look forward to meeting you and encourage you to securely book your stay through our website.
5 on August 21, 2017
We just returned from a 2 night stay with Lori, Tim and their super friendly dog, Tye. The inn is warm, comforting and peaceful. My husband and I immediately felt at home there. Our room, the sunrise room, had a little seating area that was perfect to stretch out and relax. Our bed was so comfortable, offering us a much needed rest. The breakfast was outstanding; the kind of meal that you don't want to take the last bite. Tim is the chef, and does a splendid job! Lori is quick to share where she finds her amazing pottery and decorations that make the inn so warm and cozy. The inn is located in a little neighborhood, and is walkable to a little restaurant/bar, and variety store, along with the adorable down town area with churches, historic society, and thrift shop. I can't say enough about this gem of an inn. I am already looking forward to returning. Thank you, Lori and Tim for making it such a wonderful 2 days.
5 on July 15, 2017
The Bluefish Inn is nestled in a quiet neighborhood of historic Harwich, yet an easy walk to the shops, galleries, and restaurants of Harwich Port. We found the location ideal for our one week vacation on Cape Cod. Tim and Lori (and their dog Tye) could not have been more hospitable; they were perfect hosts. Tim is an executive chef at a local restaurant who brings his culinary skills to the breakfast table. You could visit every B&B on the Cape and not have a better morning meal. The old Victorian home exudes history and an earlier time, when the pace of life was slower and more relaxed. The perfect ambiance for a vacation at the Cape. We hope to return!
5 on July 02, 2017
This was our first experience with a Bed and Breakfast, and we were very happy with Bluefish! The breakfast was amazing! Every morning freshly made by Chef Tim with local organic ingredients! The house is beautiful and in a perfect location! There is a cozy garden area to relax as well. The hospitality was excellent, and we would definitely come back! Lori, Tim, and Tye Tye (their friendly doggie) were so welcoming and very helpful with travel ideas for the Cape.
5 on June 29, 2017
Lovely low key B&B with a super friendly dog, and excellent breakfasts with a focus on locally sourced ingredients. Appreciate the beach towels and beach chairs for guest use. The owners are a wealth of information and guided me to two new beaches I hadn't been to prior as well as a great sandwich shop.
5 on June 26, 2017
AMAZING BnB. Breakfast was out of this word. The host is a local chef, so this isn't your ordinary BNB breakfast. Clean rooms, private bathrooms, and a nice quite area. Very close to the Cape Cod Rail Trail, great for running and biking. Knowledgeable hosts who helped provide guidance and advice on our visit to ensure we enjoyed our time on the Cape.
5 on July 20, 2009
I stayed at Bluefish with my mom and cousin for a girls' weekend and we had the greatest time. Lori and Tim run an amazing B&B and made our stay so welcoming and easy and comfortable. Their house is just beautiful- everything from the antiques to how accomodating they were. They helped us with our sightseeing questions and directions. Their house was very quiet and we slept very well. Even their doggy was adorable! The breakfast they served everyday was gourmet restaurant quality (they're both chefs) and filled us up all day long. Coffee was great too. I highly recommend Bluefish for a comfortable and friendly place to stay!
5 on June 18, 2009
What an amazing gem of a find! The breakfast was better than any we ever had, we actually went up to the room to get the camera it was so pretty. The innnkeepers were so warm and friendly and their suggestions of sights were perfect. The bed & bedding amazing. The affordability for what you get is incredible. We'll be going back and telling EVERYONE about this gem.
The Captain's Room is the smallest of our rooms and offers a Queen size pillow top bed, comfortable bedding, antique pine furniture, small refrigerator, AC, heat, fan, HDTV, Roku, Ipod dock, iron/ironing board, hair dryer, beach towels, and a private en suite bathroom with a shower and locally made pottery sink. The Cape Cod pictures in this room are all taken by the owner. The large window in the room overlooks our 12 whisky barrel vegetable garden.
The Sunset Suite is spacious and sunny with two rooms and a total of three large windows. The private bathroom is located just outside the suite and bath robes are provided for your comfort. The bedroom offers a queen size bed and the attached sitting room has a new futon sofa (that can be made into a full size bed). Cape Cod pictures, taken by the owner, decorate the walls. The Suite has heat, AC, fans, beach towels, iron & ironing board, HDTV, Roku and a mini refrigerator.
The Sunrise Suite, slighly smaller than our other Suite, has beautiful refinished wood floors and is decorated with Cape Cod pictures taken by the owner. The bedroom offers a queen size pillow top bed with a dresser and comfortable chair. The attached sitting room has a loveseat with a table & chairs. The private bath for this room is just down the hall from the room and robes are provided for your comfort. The three large windows in this room provide beautiful natural light. The unit has HDTV, Roku, AC, heat, fans, iron & ironing board, beach towles and hair dryer.
Follow Route 6 ( Mid-Cape Highway ) to Exit 10. Go right on Route 124 to Harwich Center (1.3 miles), left on Route 39 for one block to Bank Street, right on Bank Street and take an immediate right onto Parallel Street. We are located at 102 Parallel.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Eco-tourism, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Night life, Ocean, bike path, cranberry bogs, fishing, hiking, National Seashore, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Tours, Vineyard, Winery
Board games, Fireplace, Library, Parking, Private entrance, Telephone , beach towels & blankets, beach chairs, beach umbrellas
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, DVD Player, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, iPhone docking station
Lori Schiraga and Tim O'Brien
We love exploring what our wonderful world has to offer and enjoy traveling, boating, fishing, hiking, animals, cooking, eating, supporting local businesses, beach walking, gardening, and animals. We also love to share the unique areas on Cape Cod that are not you typical "go to" places to visit.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian we prioritize organic ingredients and always local produce, meats & cheeses when available
All our dishes are made from scratch using our organic garden produce, local eggs and produce from local farms whenever available. All breakfasts include hand squeezed OJ and fair trade organic dark roast coffee.