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Discover the best of what Cape Cod has to offer! Sink your teeth into authentic food and enjoy the company of great people. Find some of the greatest, tastiest foods in this tour. Learn something new in a locally roasted coffee plant tour, and a visit to a craft chocolate shop as well as a Portuguese bakery with some super fresh seafood thrown in. Stay in an award-winning and luxurious boutique hotel. If you are looking for a fun-filled Cape Cod experience, this is the perfect tour for you!
You will be staying at The Platinum Pebble Boutique Inn. All rooms have been delightfully decorated with plush furnishings and luxurious linens reflecting a welcoming blend of modern interior design and serene comfort.
The luxury superior rooms are the most spacious of the guest rooms. Set away from the main inn building, each has a sliding door to its own patio and direct access to the garden. These gorgeous rooms have vaulted ceilings, large en-suite bathrooms with walk-in showers, soaking tubs, luxurious king-sized beds, fireplaces, drink fridges filled with chilled sodas and coffee or tea makers.
The superior rooms are large and act as a soothing sanctuary. They have their own outdoor space with either a balcony or direct access to the pool. Each room has a king-sized bed with custom padded headboard, high-end luxury linens, seating area in front of a cozy fireplace, and an en-suite bathroom with soaking tub and / or large glass and tile walk-in shower.
Each of the deluxe rooms has been designed with the historic nature of our 1870’s sea captain's house in mind but with a modern edge. They all have ensuite bathrooms with large custom tiled walk-in glass showers, overhead rain shower heads, toiletries, king-size beds, and unique custom upholstered side chairs.
This room has a queen-sized bed and ensuite bathroom with vessel sink and walk-in shower with rain shower head. Although it is the smallest room, it still includes high-end luxury linens, down duvets, eco-friendly towels, television, DVD player, air conditioner, and Wi-Fi.
This tour will take you on a trip to various culinary hotspots in Cape Cod.
This food tour will take you from Hyannis to Provincetown and enable you to see the best parts of Cape Cod.
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The price of this tour includes daily gourmet breakfast. Every breakfast is served with fresh fruit and for your main course think roasted red pepper egg galette (over a thin pastry), eggs benedict with goat cheese , bacon, avocado slices, raspberry caramel french toast, and popovers with homemade strawberry butter.
There are a number of great restaurants in Harwich that enable the beach weary traveler to stay close to home after a long day. The Platinum Pebble Boutique Inn Guests are fortunate to have a multitude of culinary options to choose from in Harwich. Guest’s looking for tapas, fine dining, seafood prepared beyond compare, Tuscan Italian, French, Japanese Hibachi, or just some great ice cream on their stroll around town do not have to look far.
One of the best things to do in Harwich, for locals and guests alike, is to experience the Cape Cod Rail Trail. It is a great way to slow down and get a sense for the real Cape Cod, away from traffic and making a pass through history. So slow down, grab a picnic lunch (or stop for one along the way at the Pleasant Lake General Store) and enjoy a great ride.
The Harwich Cranberry Festival happens in the middle of September celebrating part of the town’s heritage in cranberry production. Cranberries were first cultivated on Cape Cod in 1816 and have been a part of the community ever since. Ocean Spray has some bogs nearby and if you have not seen the harvesting of the cranberries, it is wild! The berries float in the bogs and are corralled up and sucked off with giant vacuums! You truly have to see it to believe it.
A vacation on Cape Cod usually involves several mainstays; beaches, lobster rolls, ice cream, and strolling the genuine towns of the Cape. Harwichport is one of those great villages that offers the best to guests, in a conveniently small area. Harwichport’s main street features shops, restaurants, and ice cream stretch over a five-block area along Route 28.
Always one of the locals' favorite things to do and truly an incredible experience, there is nothing like the oyster farm tour. Sample the goods with your feet in the water and the sun on your face, it does not get fresher than this!
Enjoy live jazz under the stars at the Wequassett Resort. It happens, at no charge to outside every Tuesday and Wednesday in July and August. This leaves every traveler to Cape Cod with something exceptional to experience on an ordinarily normal night. Look out over the waters of Pleasant Bay and enjoy a drink, fireside, while the smooth sounds of jazz soothe you.
From beaches full of amenities to secret, off the beaten path hideaways, Harwich beaches are some of the best beaches on Cape Cod. The warmer waters of the Nantucket Sound inspire a day of play and fun in the sun. Right down the road from the Platinum Pebble Boutique Inn is Belmont Road beach; a small, semi-private beach with big views of Nantucket Sound. Great for a quick dip or just to relax midday with your toes in the sand.
Watch one of the favorite Cape Cod baseball league teams, the Harwich Mariners, play while you enjoy a hot dog and soda under a cool Cape Cod night sky! For an authentic Cape Cod night, try something exciting and remember how much you love it.
There are 22 freshwater ponds in Harwich, some more accessible than others. From swimming, picnicking, and boating to fishing and blue crabbing the ponds (and interconnecting rivers) of Harwich there are tons of great activities to enhance your vacation. Guests seeking an escape from the beaches and crowds can enter Bell’s Neck Conservation Lands and find deep wilderness with barely a sign of civilization. Spend some time blue crabbing and dinner turns into another special treat.
Either guided or self-guided via a rental, to kayak the Herring River in Harwich is a special experience. Cruise north from the mouth of the Herring River and the Nantucket Sound to pass under several bridges and into the Bell’s Neck Conservation Lands. Find a private beach to stop and enjoy what’s around you, enjoy a picnic or power bar, and explore several more miles of backwater river channels.