Mostly Hall in Falmouth, Barnstable County, United States | Bed and Breakfast
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Mostly Hall is a southern plantation style home with Greek revival accents. It was built in 1849 by sea Captain Albert Nye as a summer home for his wife, Henrietta Forbes who hailed from South Carolina. Located at the Village Green, Falmouth, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, United States, Mostly Hall is set on an acre plus of park-like grounds in the heart of the town's historic district. Mostly Hall was the first Bed and Breakfast in Falmouth, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, opening its doors to guests in 1980. Spacious corner guest suites each have queen size canopy beds with private bath, comfortable chairs and tables with DVD players as well. Movies are available to view during your stay. All rooms have extra blankets and fluffy pillows as well as robes and amenity packages for use during your stay.
Breakfast is served each day including fresh fruit dishes, yogurt with granola, coffee cake, warm homemade muffins, cereal, and assorted juices. If the weather is warm, breakfast may be served on the wrap-around porch overlooking the grounds. Afternoons, enjoy lemonade and homemade cookies or cocoa and warm brownies in cooler weather.
Your Innkeepers are dedicated to making your stay a memorable one. Feel free to ask them for restaurant recommendations, ideas for places to visit or shops to browse, many within walking distance in downtown Falmouth, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Mostly Hall is less than a mile from the beach and close to golf, tennis, the Shining Sea Bike Path and ferries to Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Whale watches and other Cape Cod destinations are a short drive away.