Handkerchief Shoals Cape Cod Inn
Handkerchief Shoals Cape Cod Inn is a short drive to several beautiful Cape Cod beaches where you can have fun in the sun. You can also just relax in our clean, refreshing swimming pool. Our rooms are nicely appointed offering clean, charming rooms near Nantucket Sound (.5 mi).
You may choose from a variety of room types like two double beds, one queen or one king. Three of our twenty six rooms at Handkerchief Shoals are pet friendly! All rooms feature private baths, large flat screen cable TV, refrigerators, coffee makers and individually controlled heat and air conditioning.
At Handkerchief Shoals Inn we strive to maintain comfortable accommodations with great value for a great Cape Cod Family vacation.
Harwich Port and Chatham on your Doorstep
Harwich and Chatham offer some of the best options for a fun and memorable stay on Cape Cod. There are lots of harbors, rivers and creeks. Swim or sun yourself on one of our many beaches. Catch that fish, rent a boat or even rent a canoe. Visit our fine antique and gift shops, galleries and museums.
See “Art in the Park” on Mondays. Plan a day-trip to Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, historic Boston, Plymouth Rock or visit the National Seashore. Our Cape Cod motel is convenient to shops, restaurants and beautiful Cape Cod beaches. Walk or bike along the fresh water ponds, or watch birds and wildlife in the marshes and rivers from the famous Cape Cod Rail Trail bike paths.
Play golf at one of the championship golf courses nearby, play tennis, go boating, fishing, hunting and shopping or just lay around in the sun. End the day at one of the Cape’s award winning restaurants and catch a play at one of our local theaters or take a picnic supper and catch a baseball game. The Cape Cod Baseball League is where many major league players were discovered.
If you are planning a Cape Cod Vacation, the Handkerchief Shoals Cape Cod Inn in South Harwich, MA is where you will want to be!
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This page was last updated: 29 June 2012