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.
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