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Cape Cod hotels

Cape Cod hotels range from classic grands (Chatham Bars Inn) to quaint bed-and-breakfast inns (Captain's House Inn and Josiah Sampson House) to retro motels and cottages (Surf Side Cottages) to seasonal rentals. Like the quality, the prices vary widely. In season, you can find a room at a no-frills motel some distance from the beach for under $200 a night, while well-situated accommodations with resort-style amenities run upward of $400. Prices spike even higher on summer weekends, and some properties require a minimum of at least two or three nights throughout the high season. Most accommodations in Sandwich, Provincetown, and Chatham offer the advantage of being within walking distance of shops and restaurants. Look to Mashpee, Cotuit, and Wellfleet if you want peace and quiet. Bay-side villages on the Mid Cape are the most picturesque and tranquil; towns on the Outer Cape, the most remote.

The Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce can book hotel stays at member properties and keeps an updated list of package deals and last-minute specials (888-332-2732; capecodchamber.org). Discounts on accommodations on the Outer Cape are available from the Provincetown Chamber of Commerce (508-487-3424; ptownchamber.org). You can check room availability Cape-wide through the privately operated Cape Cod Travel Guide. The Cape Cod Times Web site lists and links to real estate agencies that can arrange seasonal vacation rentals; the Web site Provincetownlive.net provides a separate, similar service for the Outer Cape. In addition to our hotel recommendations below, two standout restaurants, the Bramble Inn in Brewster and the Red Inn in Provincetown, also have a small number of guest rooms. Rooms at the former are simple but comfortable, and centrally located; rooms at the latter are stylish, with water views and decks. You can also spend the night in the original lighthouse-keeper's house at the Bass River Light in West Dennis.

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Belfry Inne & Bistro, Sandwich

Situated in a great spot for people-watching—close to restaurants and shops—the Belfry Inne encompasses three neighboring buildings in Sandwich: the...more

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Brass Key Guest House, Provincetown

This longtime Provincetown fixture was starting to look worn when new owners—who also bought the Crowne Pointe Inn across the street—took over in...more

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Captain's House Inn, Chatham

This handsome former sea captain's estate turned B&B—near Chatham's classic retail district and a short drive from the beach—is impeccably...more

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Captain Farris House, Yarmouth

A restored 1845 mansion, the Captain Farris House puts you in the middle of a Yarmouth neighborhood populated with homes on the National Register of Historic...more

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Chatham Bars Inn, Chatham

The grandest of the classic Cape Cod hotels, and by far the best, the Chatham Bars was built in 1914 by a Boston stockbroker. In 2006, another Boston mogul,...more

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Crowne Pointe Historic Inn and Spa, Provincetown

The Crowne Pointe's 36 rooms are among the most luxurious (and most expensive) in P-town. A total makeover completed in 2008 exhibits strong attention to...more

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Josiah Sampson House, Cotuit

Built by a wealthy importer in 1793, this secluded Upper Cape mansion on the National Register of Historic Places is a hip combination of old (broad-board...more

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Land's End Inn, Provincetown

One of the Cape's most idiosyncratic hotels and a true hidden gem, the Land's End Inn is a cacophony of stained glass, fringed lampshades, original artwork,...more

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Surf Side Cottages, South Wellfleet

Located in the Cape Cod National Seashore, this quiet neighborhood with scrub pines and sandy streets is a throwback to family vacations past. The 23 cottages...more

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Wequassett Inn Resort & Golf Club, Chatham

Expect white cedar siding, English-style gardens, fire pits with Adirondack chairs and a "very nice private beach." Rooms in soft ocean palettes with...more

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