Chapoquoit Inn

Chapoquoit Inn in Falmouth, Barnstable County, United States | Bed and Breakfast | Inn

Originally built in 1739 by Abram & Lydia Dillingham, on land purchased from the native Indians, the original owners of this homestead were Quakers, like many of the settlers of the village. For over 200 years, the property included 20 acres and was a private home

For the past 100 years, this home has been an Inn under the names of ?Ye Olde Homestead? and ?The Elms? and now, the Chapoquoit Inn. Sitting on three landscaped acres in the heart of the Historic District of prestigious West Falmouth, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, United States, the Chapoquoit Inn retains its gracious charm.

The Chapoquoit Inn also provides the perfect home base for searching out the immediate area, Falmouth, Woods Hole, the Cape Cod and beyond. Located just 65 miles south of Boston and about an hour from the Providence airport, day trips throughout Eastern Massachusetts are fun and easy.

Surrounded by extensive gardens, with a splendid array of seasonal flowers, the Chapoquoit Inn Falmouth, Cape Cod offers the inviting place to relax and unwind. You are encouraged to take advantage of our spacious, comfortable living room, sunlit breakfast room, deck or gardens

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Location Info


495 Route 28A, PO Box 367, West Falmouth, MA 02574,
United States
800 842 8994
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Bed and Breakfast
King-size Four-poster Bed
garden View
gas-jet Fireplace
private Baths
air Conditioning
television With VCR
air Conditioning

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