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Winter on the Cape

Beautiful view of Cape Code Beach in the winter time with snow on the shore, turquoise water and pink and white sky

We have lived on Cape Cod for thirteen years and although the winters can get a little long and cold for my taste, there is always an element of eager anticipation as the fast paced summer and fall draw to … Continue reading

Claude and Dan – Behind the Scenes in the Kitchen and on the Grounds

Man and woman, Dan and Claude, smiling with their arms around each other

Claude Edwards, our assistant chef holds the title as the employee with the most tenure at the Captains House Inn with seventeen years under her belt.  Her husband, Dan, who tends to our grounds and maintenance, doesn’t fall too far … Continue reading

A Little Water Never Hurt Anyone

Guest room being remodeled after water damage

This is a great post to read if you have ever thought to yourself, “I’d love to be an innkeeper.  What a wonderful lifestyle that must be!”  While we love being innkeepers, and couldn’t imagine doing anything else, the following … Continue reading

Soup’s On!

White saucer and bowl filled with orange soup and sprig of greenery

Many die-hard B&B goers claim that one of the top reasons they prefer bed and breakfasts over larger hotels is that they don’t feel they are being “nickel and dimed.”  Consider the cost of all the amenities you receive at … Continue reading

Vers: A Welcome Addition to Chatham’s Dining Scene

White rectangular plate topped with beet gazpacho

James and I had the pleasure of dining at Vers, the new restaurant/patisserie housed just behind downtown Chatham’s Orpheum movie theater.  Vers is open all day serving French inspired breakfasts and pastries followed by what they describe as a “refined … Continue reading

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