Good walks, good food, good reading and good naps - just the r & r we needed. We just spent a very pleasant 2 days at this inn. We scrapped plans for various more vigorous activities in the area, preferring instead to take walks to the nearby lighthouse, walks through the village admiring homes and gardens, walks to the beach and wetlands. We watched sailboats bob in the bay, read Hilary Mantel and took lots of naps. Deanne cooked delicious, substantial breakfasts and recommended local eateries (don't miss Turks.) We stayed in the spacious Sail Loft room; although a bit pricey it offered a charming view of the harbor and village residents walking their dogs. If you hate the crowds and the touristy commercialism of the Cape, this is the place for you.