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We came to Falmouth as I was participating in a painting workshop, and the Falmouth Heights Motor Lodge was suggested as a good place to stay.
The staff were all very helpful and friendly, and the hotel was run very efficiently.
We had booked a...More
This place is like being in a park, lots of acreage and a friendly staff. Housing units are spread throughout the property, many with porches and a short walk to the beaches. There is a picnic area with grills, plenty of parking, a Florida style...More
Do not hesitate to visit this wonderful inn during October when the Cape often has warm sunny days, but fewer tourists. Falmouth Heights Resort/Motor Lodge is well positioned for good rest, easy access to the beach and harbor and propinquity to wealth of food options...More
We stayed here for 2 nights in mid October. It must be one of the friendliest places we have ever stayed in. Being able to chat to the office staff made us feel at home. The downside was that the season in Falmouth Heights was...More
Arrived late on Friday night (11:30PM), lights in the office were out and they had closed at around 8:00. There was a contact phone number on the door, I called and a cheerful voice said I'll be right over! Five minutes later the office was...More
My husband and I stayed in June. We took the island queen to the island and used public transportation to get around the island. I noticed that anyone at the bus stop and ferry stops that you ask will give you information... More
My husband and I stayed in June. We took the island queen to the island and used public transportation to get around the island. I noticed that anyone at the bus stop and ferry stops that you ask will give you information and tips to get around.