Sandwich Accomodations :
Sandwich Lodge & Resort : Since we drove from Ohio to Cape Cod and didn’t know if we’d make it in one day, we hadn’t made any reservations. We pulled into the Sandwich Lodge & Resort at 10 pm and found it to have generously-sized rooms with nice décor and it was so clean that it practically sparkled. Plus it was near both the historic downtown area and Merchant’s Square. I’d certainly stay there again, although another part of me would want to check out the Earl of Sandwich Motel, just because of it’s name.
Sandwich Dining :
Chew Cafe : There are plenty of restaurants in Sandwich but we were only there for one lunch so we went to the Chew Cafe located in Merchant’s Square. What should one eat when in the town of Sandwich? Why a sandwich, of course. I got “The Caper” which is , and it was delish.
Hyannis Accomodations :
Hyannis Harbor Hotel : We were really only in Hyannis to catch the ferry to Nantucket. We arrived in the evening and stayed at the Hyannis Harbor Hotel which was a large hotel with generous rooms. It was in a good location near the docks and near dining and would certainly stay there again.
Provincetown Accomodations :
There are a ton of interesting looking Bed & Breakfasts in Provincetown, but they all seemed to require a two-nights stay on the weekend and we just needed a place for Saturday night. We ended up getting a reservation at the Sandcastle Resort and Club. We weren’t in walking distance of downtown Providence, but we were really close and right on the beach. It was a large complex with lots of benefits and even had a small lounge area where were able to purchase breakfast. The room we stayed in had a Murphy bed (!) and a small kitchenette area. They even had a discount card that got us 10% off at selected restaurants. The only downside was that the walls were thin and one of our neighbors had a small child.