If you dream of staying in a luxurious home-away-from-home, then The Conch Inn is the place for you. You will be pampered by Jeanne from the moment you arrive!
The accommodations leave nothing wanting. You will find a comfortable bed, high-quality linens, refrigerator, television, books and magazines, coffee and tea, plush robes, a wide assortment of bath and body products, an outdoor seating area, and a fireplace to sit by in the colder months. If there’s something you look for in your room that isn’t mentioned here, you will probably find it there.
And then there are the breakfasts! Oh, the breakfasts! There will be enough food to keep you full until dinner, so save your lunch money for shopping. Look forward to fresh fruit and juices, yogurt, frittatas, breakfast pizzas or casseroles, muffins, eggs, bacon – just to name of few of the delicious foods we have savored in the many times we have stayed at The Conch Inn. Jeanne loves to cook and it shows.
You will not find a more kind and generous hostess than Jeanne. She will provide you with everything you need to make your stay a perfect one, from offers of drinks and snacks, to recommendations for dinner and daytime activities, to a friendly chat in the sitting room. Be sure to chat with Doug, too; he is every bit as kind and you’ll want to compliment him on the renovation work he did that has made the house such a beautiful bed and breakfast. Tobi, the house Shih-Tzu, is sweet and well-behaved. He won’t bother you if you don’t love dogs, but he will relish your affection if you do.
The Conch Inn is close to a lot – you can walk to several restaurants, a bakery, the beach, and The Sundae School (the best ice cream on the Cape). It’s a short drive to many other amenities and attractions.
Once you’ve stayed at The Conch Inn, you won’t want to stay anywhere else when you visit the Cape.