Here at Woods Hole Inn, located in the center of world-renowned science, we know that Pi is a pretty big deal, and we’re not talking about Grandma’s famous comfort food. Pi Day is recognized around the globe every year on March 14 (3/14) to celebrate the Greek symbol used in mathematics representing the ratio of a circumference – approximately 3.14159, if you want to get technical. Pi’s infinite nature also represents a constant, which is what we consider our seaside village to be – a destination that invigorates the soul. Visit our blog to learn more about this special time of year, when the days are getting longer but the beaches are still empty, allowing you to live like a local.
Are you a math geek prone to wanderlust? If the answer is yes, then this one’s right up your alley. To commemorate this special day devoted to an infinite numeral, we invite you to get a piece of the Pi with an incredible savings!
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Book a stay of two nights or more and visit before June 14 to enjoy a 31.4% discounted rate. No, that isn’t a typo! Reserve online using promotional code Pi2018 or call our front desk at (508) 495-0248 to make a reservation.
*The small print: While supplies last, some blackout dates apply including April 20-22 and May 25-28, new bookings only, not to be combined with other offers.
But don’t wait, this magical offer disappears into infinity in just a few days!
On Sunday January 21, Woods Hole citizens reported an oil spill in Woods Hole, visible at the Town Dock on Great Harbor next to the NOAA aquarium. Coast Guard, Mass DEP and other first responders jumped to attention, containing the spill with absorbent cotton booms that kept the slick from blowing.
Boats circled the harbor all night protecting the boomed area, and the situation was improved by quiet, calm weather which allowed for better containment. Crews from Clean Harbors worked for the next several days with cotton batting and other absorbent materials to remove the spill and rescue affected wildlife. Truckloads of materials were hauled on and off over the course of several days until the water was clean again.
On January 25th, a press conference was held at WHOI’s Redfield Auditorium, the room filled with concerned citizens, scientists, responders and journalists. The cause of the spill had not yet been identified, but investigators said that analysis of the diesel bilge oil had them close to announcing a culprit. If you are interested in a video of this press conference, please check out this live post from the Woods Hole Inn Facebook page.
Coast Guard reported at this press conference that over 20 sea birds had been found on the shoreline dead, but that due to a recent cold snap it was not possible to say how many were killed by exposure to the oily debris.
On January 30th, the Coast Guard released news that the spill was caused a tug boat Ocean King owned by Patriot Marine. Charges for the rescue and clean up efforts, as well as possible penalties and fines for not self-reporting the spill will be issued to Patriot Marine. Ocean King is a 95 foot tug built in 1950 — see her in her 70 year old glory, tied up at the Woods Hole dock here.
Coast Guard ensign Nathan Mendes led the spill clean up efforts. Stationed right here in Woods Hole, our community is lucky to have these brave men and women at the ready to help with this sort of crisis. A recent trip down to the Woods Hole waterfront shows no sign of the impact of this event, thanks to the readiness and hard work of crews.
Bringing you this news live from Woods Hole, thanks to the citizen journalists of the Woods Hole Inn.
Daffodils, blankets of bluebells, the sweet smell of soil mixed with rain as the lilacs bloom … when spring comes to Cape Cod, she arrives with little fanfare but great flourish. The salt air is filled with the cry of gulls, the breeze comes in from the southwest, the fog lifts and ferry horns blow as ships leave port to Martha’s Vineyard & Nantucket.
But how to see the best of Cape Cod spring in a weekend visit? We have the scoop for you here with our top FIVE secrets of spring on Cape Cod.
One – Check Out a Romantic Lighthouse
Cape Cod is sprinkled with lighthouses, perched at the edge of the sea with commanding views over challenging waters. Our favorite is Nobska Light in Falmouth, Massachusetts located just where the ferries leave to go to the island of Martha’s Vineyard. From here, you look out over the Elizabeth Islands, Vineyard Sound and Nantucket Sound as the ferries chug slowly past. If you love the romance of life at the edge of the sea, explore our top five romantic lighthouses nearby. After touring Nobska Light, don’t miss the amazing popovers and fresh roast coffee at world-famous Pie in the Sky Bakery Cafe around the corner.
Two – Explore JFK’s “National Seashore”
In 1961, President Kennedy permanently preserved a 44 mile stretch of beach from Chatham to Provincetown creating what is now called the “National Seashore.” Henry David Thoreau called this “Great Beach” in his memoir about Cape Cod written after he penned Walden Pond. Scene of shipwrecks, wild storms and centuries of family beach fun, this remote, endless stretch of beach simply has to be seen to be believed.
In the springtime, parking is a cinch at one of many public parking spots starting in Chatham all the way to P-town. One easy and interesting access point is at Coast Guard Beach (exit route six in Eastham) where the old Coast Guard Station and the extensive Nauset Bay marsh are part of the scenery. While in the area, visit the John F. Kennedy Museum in Hyannis to learn more about our 35th president and champion of open space on Cape Cod. An amazing secret spot for lunch in Hyannis is Pain D’Avignon, tucked near the airport with authentic french food worth driving from Paris.
Three – Tour Oak Bluffs
Martha’s Vineyard is a secret jewel off the coast of Cape Cod, easily accessed with ferry service from Woods Hole. The 45-minute trip is half the fun with open air decks, ice cold beer from the commissary and gulls swooping and calling around you. The village of Oak Bluffs is your destination, packed with handmade fudge shops, ice cream parlors, a marina full of boats, great mementos and many waterfront restaurants. We recommend the Martha’s Vineyard Chowder Company for your perfect Cape Cod spring lunch with award winning chowder made from local clams called quahogs (locals pronounce this “ko-hog chow-dah”). While in town, tour the Gingerbread Cottages, a National Historic site with over 300 tiny Victorian houses surrounding a revival tent that was a Methodist summer camp back in the 1860’s. Country Living Magazine calls this the “quaintest place on Earth.”
Four – Sunset over the Water
Cape Cod is one of only a few spots on the East Coast where the sun sets over the water to the west. Painters, writers, poets and musicians have struggled to capture the beauty of the light on Cape Cod which reaches a sublime apex at sunset each evening. Framing the foreground in silhouette, stunning you into silent reverie, creating a moment of awe, these Cape Cod sunsets have a magical power to clear the brain — as long as you can bring yourself to put the camera phone down long enough to actually soak it in. Looking for the perfect perch for your sunset viewing? Don’t miss the Landfall Restaurant where you can dip your toes into Vineyard Sound while enjoying a freshly squeezed fruit cocktail in the Cape Cod spring breeze.
Five – Dine on Local Seafood
The sea-to-table scene is alive and well on Cape Cod, where your favorite restaurant is about as close to the real fishery as physically possible. Fresh lobster, clams of many kinds, oysters, cod, haddock, squid and more are all harvested daily from these Cape Cod waters. You get the fish fresh to your table before they travel, and that freshness alone is part of the charm. For farm-to-table flair we recommend Quicks Hole Tavern, named one of the top ten dining destinations on Cape Cod by Open Table. From your waterfront perch overlooking the harbor, you will enjoy well crafted salads, fresh local seafood, killer burgers and a well curated local beer list.
Where to stay for Cape Cod spring?
Woods Hole Inn is your perfect launching pad to explore all of Cape Cod and the islands in spring. Located in the center of a tiny fishing village, this B&B was named top ten in the US by BedandBreakfast.com for amazing service, a convenient location and excellent free breakfast. Book online today or call the front desk where they will craft the perfect itinerary for your time on springtime Cape Cod. Open year round at 508-495-0248.
Looking to bring the kids and save a few bucks on your trip to Cape Cod? Check out the new Treehouse Lodge in Woods Hole, located within walking distance of Woods Hole village and the perfect jumping off point to explore all of Cape Cod and the islands. Book online or call the front desk at 508-548-1986. Opens early April for the season.
Whether you celebrate Valentine’s Day or absolutely loathe it, the holiday is the perfect opportunity (or excuse!) to get away. This year, we’re doing something special, with steep discounts on all the rooms and too-good-to-pass-up add ons. Join us for two nights and you’ll have a bottle of chilled Prosecco waiting when you arrive, an order of “Oyster & Pearls” plus two craft brews at Quicks Hole Tavern, and a hearty breakfast to start the day in our sunny reading room. Plus, we’ll let you decide which weekend is better for you — the one before or the one after — Valentine’s Day. Check out the pricing here.
So, pack your bags, bring your loved one, and enjoy the peace and quiet of Cape Cod in the winter! Woods Hole Inn is across the street from the Martha’s Vineyard ferry terminal, so adventurous souls need not feel restless. Other options: the best pastries on Cape Cod at Maison Villatte (we recommend the chocolate chip cookies, chocolate almond croissants and olive cheese bread), a picturesque sunset walk on the Knob, or a day trip to the National Seashore.
For those of you inclined to stay inside, we’ve got you covered with 600 thread count sheets and all the rom coms you could ever want. 🙂
See pricing details here, and call (508) 495-0248 to book today!
Middle image via Falmouth Bed and Breakfast Association.
St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Friday this year, which we would argue is the perfect excuse to celebrate the fun holiday all weekend long! We’ll be “cheers-ing” with cold beers at the Tavern (right down the road), and we’re inviting you to join in on the fun, Cape Cod style.
Book your visit at the Woods Hole Inn and receive 10% off your stay, plus 2 Guinness beers and a small Charcuterie plate at Quicks Hole Tavern, just a skip and a hop from the Inn and across from the Martha’s Vineyard Steamship Authority. Take a stroll down picturesque Falmouth Main Street, or venture to the Vineyard for a sneak peak at the cozy off season (we’ll direct you to our favorite lunch spots). Who would say no to a yummy weekend on the Cape, right as the weather starts to warm up, and the salty spray from the ocean smells of summer?
Woods Hole Inn honors our veterans each year with free rooms at the Inn on Veteran’s Day. This year was no different with a bundle of couples traveling to Woods Hole for some well-deserved R&R with our luxurious rooms, amazing breakfast and wonderful warm welcome.
Thanks to our inventive staff, no detail was left to chance. We stand together honoring our veterans, thanking them for their incredible service to our country.
Extra time and thought goes into our continental breakfast on this special day, and each of us takes pride in seeing that this free event goes as smoothly as possible for our Veterans.
Most gratifying is the relaxed smiles on our happy patrons in the morning. See you next Veteran’s Day in Woods Hole! Free rooms are offered first come, first served to those with military ID’s. We thank you for your service.
The invitation comes in your mailbox, hand written with neighborly love. A simple message — join us on Saturday afternoon for the annual Woods Hole cider press. Bring your own apples, but only if they are free. The Saturday in question dawns unseasonable warm, so you stroll over to this casual gathering on the lawn near the Woods Hole Oceanographic Challenger House.
Safe to say, le tout Woods Hole is in attendance. Dad’s with baby’s strapped on, kids of all ages chasing a sugar high, grandparents struggling with the old wooden press and shoveling apple remnants into a well worn Garden Way cart. Even a few guests of the Woods Hole Inn, welcomed like old family friends with fresh pressed cider with maybe a nip of good bourbon.
Long afternoon shadows and views out over Little Harbor with Martha’s Vineyard island shimmering in the distance. A nice breeze coming in from the southwest. A few of the old salts talking about how it would have been a good day for a knockabout race, but who knew it would remain this warm so long this year? Still in shirtsleeves.
An endless supply of fresh pressed cider is passed around and the sweets table is laden with home made goodies as well as a box or two of Dunkin Donuts. No one wants to show up to the Cider Press empty handed. Don’t miss Jenny’s apple spice cake — it’s the bomb, says her friend.
Time to walk home, sugar buzzed and happy. What a great community is drawn to the surrounding natural beauty of Woods Hole. What fun at the end of a busy summer to reconnect at an authentic local cider press. Feeling pretty lucky to live in Woods Hole Cape Cod on a day like today.
Tropical Storm Philippe hammered Woods Hole all last night and today with sad results out on Great Harbor where a fishing boat broke loose from the town dock and swept two house rafts off their moorings onto the beach. Sustained winds of about 40 mph were observed, with highs at 60 mph clocked at Nobska Lighthouse and mid 70’s out on the Vineyard. Ferries were cancelled all morning due to the high winds, and the coffee shops of Woods Hole were abuzz with all the storm news — gossip of tree limbs, roads blocked, cars obliterated.
By late afternoon the winds has subsided somewhat, and marine salvage experts were working with dive gear to get the stranded fishing vessel off the sand and back into deeper water. Wind continued to drive into Great Harbor from the south with crews racing against the dusky end of day, making it difficult to imagine the situation will be resolved this evening.
Many of Woods Hole’s year-rounders were clustered around the spectacle, hushed voices shared concern. “Not sure how well lashed she was,” one person remarked of the large metal hulled fishing boat. “Fog just upgraded that raft this season,” clucked another.
As the sun set and clouds raced across a newly blue sky, locals wandered back to bail their dinghies then off to warm kitchens and more talk of storm news over suppertime, the end of another stormy day on Cape Cod.
At the height of the storm mid morning, it was raining and the sun was out. White caps were bursting across Eel Pond as the boats moored there quivered and dove on their moorings. A huge flock of cormorants was clustered in the middle of the pond, and at certain points they dove through the waves fishing for minnows. Here is a snippet of video from this exciting day of storm news:
Falmouth Mass on Cape Cod knows how to celebrate the holidays with their annual “Holidays by the Sea” weekend. In early December (Dec 1 – 3, 2017), the whole town rolls out the red carpet with sparkling lights, a marine visit from Santa Claus, local craft sales with everything you need for your Christmas list, caroling at sunset at famous Nobska Lighthouse and of course the Holiday Parade — the largest gathering of it’s sort in southeastern Mass.
Here is a brief run down of some of the highlights of this world class holiday kick off celebration:
Carol Sing at Nobska Light – Sunset Friday Dec 1 – Join professional carolers as the sun sets over Vineyard Sound and the islands in this unique and solemn gathering.
Jingle Jog and Elf Run – 9.30 am Saturday Dec 2 – Hundreds of festive runners participate in this 5k jaunt through the frosty streets of Falmouth. The Elf Run is for kids under 12, which is super adorable to see the young runners set off before their parents.
Renaissance Fair in Woods Hole 10-3 Saturday Dec 2 – with live music and dozens of local craftspeople, the Woods Hole Community Hall is a gathering place to shop, enjoy home made sweets, plus live music from local “Solstice Singers” and more. This is the spot to find that hand made gift for your holiday gift-giving list!
Main Street Stroll – All weekend long, the Falmouth Main Street shops welcome you with gorgeous displays as well as end of season specials. Don’t miss this unique small business community as they show you the best of the best, and help you get into the holiday spirit with their creativity.
Santa Claus arrives by Boat – Noon on Saturday Dec 2 at Marine Park Falmouth Harbor. You need to see this to believe it, all the way from the North Pole comes Santa Claus rolling into Falmouth Harbor by boat. Time for kids to meet Santa plus the best photo ops of the season.
Falmouth Holiday Parade – Noon on Sunday Dec 3. More than 50,o00 people crowd the streets of Falmouth to enjoy this one of a kind small town parade that kicks off the Christmas season. Led by the Hallamore Clydesdale team, these well trained animals will take your breath away while the marching bands, baton tossers and inspired floats from local businesses will fill your heart with the warmth of holiday feelings. There is a reason this is the best attended holiday event in Southeastern Mass.
Your perfect lodging for this incredibly delightful weekend is the Woods Hole Inn where we decorate extensively for the holidays to get you in the spirit. Located right on the waterfront, in the middle of Woods Hole village, the Woods Hole Inn is the perfect place to start the holiday season right.
Stevens Doherty has been our jack of all trades here at the Woods Hole Inn for the past several years. Stevens is a breakfast cook, housekeeper and valet during the summer, so one day he might park your car, the next he might serve you breakfast but always with a big ol’ “Good Morning” smile. “My first role here is to go above and beyond for our guests,” which he does on a constant basis!
What is the best part of the job? Interacting with people is the best part of the job. I love seeing that look on their face when you go above and beyond.
What is your favorite breakfast item at Woods Hole Inn? It has got to be the quiches, specifically the bacon.
What is your biggest accomplishment? My son.
What is your favorite place on Cape Cod or the islands? Lower Cape beaches, like Eastham and Wellfleet with my son, or any golf course.
Fun Fact! Steve used to be a firefighter in New Hampshire.
What is the best place you have traveled so far and why? Probably Paris. It is just beautiful – the museums, the artwork, the people.
There are many special things about this town. One of them, which makes top of the list, is a burlesque troupe made up of local ladies and a whole lot of talent. Every show is filled with song, dance, and “chorus line kicks,” and it brings such a wonderful energy and sass to this sea-side town, especially once the chillier, quieter months set in. It’s a perfect way to ring in the New Year Cape Cod style!
Back by popular demand for the second year in a row, we will be offering two complimentary tickets, valued at $50, to the Brazen Belles’ 6th Annual Winter Spectacular on Sunday, December 31st (only valid for guests staying at the Inn). Ring in 2018 with an inside peek as to what makes this town extra special, then sleep in after the show. We’ll be serving a leisurely New Year’s Day brunch on Monday morning, complete with bubbly Mimosas, in our sunny ocean-facing breakfast room — the perfect way (in our opinion) to start a new year. Can’t stay two nights? We still have a great deal for you! Sunday night in a Queen $189 or King $195. Book now, because we have a feeling the Inn will fill up quickly for this special weekend. Call (508) 495-0248 to reserve and see pricing details here.
Top two photos courtesy of Brazen Belles.
With the heat and humidity carrying us into September, we can’t help but fantasize about the chillier months here on Cape Cod, when sipping hot chocolate in front of a fire and knitting our new relatives teeny tiny hats is the best way to spend a winter weekend.
What better way to experience the Cape Cod winter land than with a December weekend trip to the Woods Hole Inn? By booking the first weekend of December, you’ll get to experience a true gem: the Renaissance Fair, right in the heart of Woods Hole. The Cape Cod craft fair is somewhat of an institution Cape-wide, but this is one of the best.
Every year, the Woods Hole Community Hall is filled to the brim with locally crafted goodies (think award-winning homemade hot sauce, gorgeous nautical prints, handcrafted ornaments, beeswax candles, letterpress stationary, and local honey). A visit to the Woods Hole Renaissance Fair is the perfect way to complete your holiday shopping with unique, hand-made items.
The mood is festive with live music all day. It’s something we look forward to every year, and always encourage our guests to check out! Head home with a hand-crafted holiday wreath, made on frames of dried grape vines with locally cut greenery. Or try the soups and tasty breads offered from our local church – an amazing selection of home made delights sure to warm your heart.
This year, we’re taking it a step further with our first ever “Renaissance Fair Weekend Special.” Book your two-night stay from December 2nd-4th and get a Standard King for $399 or a queen for $379 queen, plus $25 worth of “Woods Hole Inn Bucks” to spend at the fair.
The Renaissance Fair is open to the public from 10 to 3 pm on Saturday December 2, 2017 and located at 68 Water Street in Woods Hole. There is plenty of street parking in Woods Hole. Parking is included for guests of the Woods Hole Inn.
Thanksgiving on Cape Cod, a time for long walks on quiet beaches, great conversations with friends & family, memorable meals including our favorite — freshly baked pies with home made crusts and plenty of real whipped cream.
Ahh, the holidays are upon us with all their festive glory. Here in Woods Hole, we like to celebrate Thanksgiving Cape Cod-style — adding to our sea glass collection, picking up the turkey from our local farm, making relish with cranberries just harvested off the Falmouth bogs, taking long walks in Beebe Woods with friends.
The very first Thanksgiving happened just a few miles from here at Plimouth Plantation, and so we consider it fitting to break bread in the shadow of our forefathers, on this sandy spit we call Cape Cod. It’s a great time of year to visit Plimouth Plantation , an easy drive from the Woods Hole Inn.
Fall is especially beautiful, with sunsets coming earlier each day — the glowering orange orb glowing off the water at last light. Local dining options abound including Quicks Hole Tavern, Water Street Kitchen, Captain Kidd, and Landfall all open in Woods Hole. Both Seacrest Hotel in North Falmouth and Harborview Hotel in Edgartown (a short ferry ride away) offer excellent banquets on Thanksgiving Day.
Join us for Thanksgiving this year in Woods Hole and experience our new PIE EXTRAVAGANZA, which you can read all about here. Call to book today 508-495-0248.
Lovers, take note: The Woods Hole Inn is your one-stop shop for a stylish New England elopement — whether you tie the knot on a chilly winter day with a dusting of snow atop your bouquet, or climb the Nobska Lighthouse hill on a warm summer night to say “I do,” you can have the wedding you’ve dreamed of, and we’re making it easy to elope Cape Cod style!
Join us at our quaint Inn at the center of picturesque Woods Hole. With vintage-restored guest rooms, home-made breakfasts each morning and three beaches within walking distance, we are confident your stay will be everything you’ve dreamed of.
Our Cape Cod elopement package includes:
*Advice in choosing a nearby location for your Cape Cod elopement and a recommended list of officiants
*A bottle of Prosecco to toast your new life together
*A photographer to capture a portrait of you at the Inn and share digital images of your elope Cape Cod moments with you
*A dozen red roses to adorn your vintage restored modern room
Escape for the day to Martha’s Vineyard, explore the sea shore on our bikes or just settle in the room and enjoy the smell of salt-spray off the sea. There’s a reason why this town attracts those in love — come see for yourself! Woods Hole is the perfect spot to elope Cape Cod style!
Call us today to book your special weekend (508) 495-0248.
Susan Hunt is a breakfast chef and part of our team of amazing housekeepers at Woods Hole Inn. She has worked here for three years and lives nearby in Falmouth with her family and two dogs.
What is the best part of the job? I get to meet people from all over the world and I love baking.
What is your favorite breakfast item at the Inn? The quiche – the sausage and linguica quiche is my favorite.
What is your favorite place near Woods Hole Inn on Cape Cod? Chappy (Chappaquoit) Beach. I love that beach. I also love walking along Davisville Road to the reservation trail with my headphones and my dogs.
What is your biggest accomplishment? My biggest accomplishment would be taking care of my parents.
Fun fact about her: I can get really, really silly! I hold back a bit here, but I love to laugh. My family has a great sense of humor.
What is the best place you have traveled so far and why? I really enjoyed Bermuda and St. Thomas. They have beautiful beaches and they are great to get away from the cold!
As part of a Cape Cod wide effort to celebrate spring, the Woods Hole Inn is pleased to announce we are part of the Wine Bed & Breakfast weekend. Join us here as the daffodils blossom for a weekend of romance, relaxation and a great spring meal on April 28-30th, 2017 for the wine, bed & breakfast weekend on Cape Cod.
Check into the Woods Hole Inn on Friday night (April 28, 2017) and settle into your upscale Cape Cod Bed & Breakfast bedroom with private bath. Enjoy our delicious all-you-can-eat continental breakfast the next morning, then hop the ferry (across the street from our front door) over to explore the island of Martha’s Vineyard for the day. How about a tour of romantic lighthouses near us? Check out our top five recommendations here.
Return to Woods Hole in time for a spring themed wine pairing meal at Quicks Hole Tavern, located right next door to the Woods Hole Inn. The menu includes cheese and charcuterie boards, a Minty Spring Pea Soup, your choice of Seared Cod with chirizo, roasted fingerling potatoes, in a fennel and tomato broth OR Pan Roasted Chicken with mushroom, grilled asparagus and a lemon sabayon followed by a bag of Quicks Hole’s famous donuts with dipping sauce for each table to share for dessert. To read more about this unique wine pairing dinner (value $55 per person not including tax or tip), check out Quicks Hole Tavern’s blog.
Sunday morning, be sure to relax a bit longer in bed but don’t miss our fab breakfast before you check out!
We are grateful to the Cape Cod Chamber for organizing this Cape-wide weekend, and encourage you to look at all the other B&B’s in Falmouth and all over the Cape who are hosting events and collaborations to celebrate spring on Cape Cod.
Everybody loves a Cape Cod winter storm, especially when it arrives on a Saturday. The storm season began in style this weekend as “Helena” rolled over, dumping at least a foot of crunchy, white snow.
As the Nor’Easter started, we spied a row boat drifting around Eel Pond, a paddle here, another paddle there, the rower just watching at the world. Mesmerizing, peaceful and brave.
There was no street noise, the hush of drifts against the front door as we shared a hot cup of black tea with milk and sugar in the warmth of the house. Our fingers were crossed that the power might remain on (it did!) but we were ready either way with flashlights and generator.
In the morning, we woke early to dig out. The north-easterly storm wind cleared out the driveway but packed drifts up against the front steps of the Woods Hole Inn. Everything looked different with the frosting of ice — like a whole new world to appreciate.
Looking up Water Street from the drawbridge, the world glinting in the morning light, streets still snowy from the overnight cold.
Over by Shuckers Raw Bar, we marveled at hulking, mysterious forms hidden under mounds of snow.
Near the Marine Biological Lab parking lot, several skiffs bobbed in the water, now rendered into floating tubs of sculpted ice. On School Street, the Children’s School of Science was lit as if for a movie moment.
It was a wonderful day to walk around the village of Woods Hole just after the first Cape Cod storm of winter 2017. If you enjoy our photo essays, please consider following us on Facebook where we post regularly to keep you up to date on life at our Cape Cod bed and breakfast. @WoodsHoleInn
For avid knitters out there, we have wonderful news: renowned knitwear designer Norah Gaughan will be joining us in Woods Hole for a knitting workshop weekend, February 3-5th, 2017. This is a wonderful opportunity for knitters who want to learn a new stitch, improve on their technique in a supportive environment, and have a cozy weekend in our charming seaside village of Woods Hole. Yarn will be available for sale in advance, supplied by Black Purls Yarn in Sandwich, MA.
The weekend schedule is as followed:
It will be a weekend full of knitting, learning, and chatting, and we can’t wait!
See pricing details here or please call (508) 495-0248 to book your weekend with us.
Five Star review from TripAdvisor: “Room very comfy, cozy, and clean. Cozy, yes, but not too small. Was a bit chilly, called front desk and heat was immediately raised. Inn was welcoming and warm. Plenty of areas to sit and knit in comfort. Program was awesome with the famous Norah Gaughan! I hope they offer something like this again. Breakfast yummy. Food at Quick’s Hole was delicious. Lovely inn in a quaint village. Lots of fun. Highly recommend!”
— Stephanie N from Sandwich