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Enjoy the warmth and charm of a 190 year-old restored Sea Captain's home, just 1/4 mile up the hill from the world famous Nauset Beach. 17 individually appointed rooms, 15 with private bath, and 1 or 2 bedroom fully equipped ocean view "Captain's Quarter's" guest apartment. Our newest accommodation (2010) the "Nauset Suite" has a king bed, private bath and private entrance.
All reviews fire pit continental breakfast nauset beach short walk my husband and i cape cod scones fresh fruit peter denise beach chairs great patio great place to stay beautiful pool small room down the road the breakfast area prime location
I know I read this alot in the other reviews, but the location truly cannot be beat! This was our first visit to Cape Cod, so we had an ambitious itinerary, but Ship's Knees wasn't too far from any of it. About a 5 minute...More
Pete and his wife and the entire staff are warm, friendly and very helpful.
Breakfast was superb - wonderful cooks! Great way to start the day.
Good prices ,great grounds and beautiful pool. We love the fire pit in the evenings! Walk to the beach!!...More
We really enjoyed this Inn, conveniently located near Nauset Beach, in the heart of Orleans. The owners are super friendly and have great personalities, the pool is a really nice treat when you are just too hot to venture to the beach or want to...More
Our 4th visit to Ship's Knees Inn was pure magic. From the friendly welcome, the lovely fresh rooms, the imaginative daily breakfast on the terrace surrounded by a secret garden of flowers and full of lovely conversation from new-found friends, the relaxing time by the...More
Fantastic Inn. Wonderful Inn keepers. Attention to detail was fantastic.....they though of everything. Could not have been nicer.
Best Continental breakfast ever.
As a general comment, most of the places to stay on Cape Cod are pretty dumpy (and I love the Cape!)