January on Cape Cod tends to be quiet and peaceful. It’s a wonderful time to get away and curl-up with a book. Sandwich has bookstores and a wonderful library to match you to books that will be engrossing for you. … Continue reading
September is the perfect time to visit Sandwich, MA. As a resident and innkeeper of Cape Cod, I have the opportunity to know when to visit the various museums, attractions, and landmarks in the oldest town on the Cape. Here are … Continue reading
One of the nice things about staying at a B&B is that you enjoy a delicious breakfast as part of your stay. Even though our breakfasts are hearty, you still need to have other meals while you are relaxing on … Continue reading
Sandwich, MA was founded in 1637, so the village we call home existed for 138 years prior to the signing of the Declaration of Independence! Sandwich was celebrating “the new world” long before this country had the name of these … Continue reading
The village of Sandwich, MA has a population of about 20,000 full-time residents. During the summer season, the village (and all of Cape Cod) swells to more than double that count. Now is the time to plan a May visit to … Continue reading
Visit the largest public gardens in southern New England right here in Sandwich, MA. Opening day of the Heritage Museum & Gardens for the 2018 season will be a big event on April 14, 2018 from 10am to 5pm. The … Continue reading
Sandwich, MA is the oldest town on Cape Cod and became famous as a glass-making community beginning in the early 19th century. Deming Jarves was a principal and manager of the Boston & Sandwich Glass Company and later, the Cape … Continue reading
This month the Isaiah Jones Homestead Bed & Breakfast is surrounded by flowers. They’re so beautiful that we just had to take some photos and share them with everyone. The rhododendrons are particularly striking, but the irises are delightful and the wildflowers surrounding the shed behind the Carriage House are truly pretty as well.
Sandwich is getting into summer mode, too. The Boardwalk has reopened after being closed for several months due to some severe damage from the storms we had over the winter. In addition, access to the beaches is being repaired and improved, and we’re all getting ready for another Sandwich Fest on June 29th.
All of Cape Cod is gearing up for the summer season, too, with the welcome addition of the Cape Flyer train as an option for transportation to the Cape from the Boston area. Every town looks its best right now, too, with flowering trees and shrubs in bloom everywhere you look. This is the most perfect time to drive the length of the Cape if you’ve chosen to come by car. The weather is cooperating, too, to ensure that all of our guests have the very best Cape Cod vacation.