The lawn and gardens are spectacularly beautiful.
5/5 Stayed Jul 2017
We had a family of eight, representing three generations. Thus, we found the large living room a great common room in which to talk, read, and play with our infant grandchild. In addition, the room overlooking the gardens providing additional space for reading and watching television.
The dining table, which sat 8 or 10 comfortably was an asset when we had friends visit for a dinner. We ate twice at Chatham Bars Inn, which is only two blocks a way, went on a marvelous sailboat ride out of Wequassett, enjoyed a seal watch boat ride in Chatham harbor, and arranged for cooked lobster from the Chatham fish pier, only a few blocks away. We also walked into town every morning and had coffee on the way, and most of us participated in Yoga on the beach at Lighthouse beach every morning. Several of us enjoyed the shopping in Chatham , which has unique shops, etc. The children especially enjoyed the beach, which is a National Preservation site located beyond Lighthouse beach.
Submitted Aug 07, 2017