We just spent a fabulous week at this light, beautifully-designed B and B. We took all three rooms (one couple stayed only 6 of the 7 days) to attend a nearby family event. Ample parking available. Our experience of the Cape and our extended family event was greatly enhanced by the memorable stay at Wildflowers.
The breakfasts were a delight. The table was attractive--complete with nautical napkin rings and lovely flowers from their garden. Typically, they served ample portions of fruit juice, tea or coffee, fresh fruit salad, yogurt and granola, homemade muffins, and some sort of pancake, egg or crab dish. The food was great!
The setting is woodsy--a patio and vibrant garden with abundant blue hydrangeas (in summer). The rooms are light. Ours had a skylight. The decorations are beautiful (Diane is very artistic).
Diane and Dennis were great conversationalists--but only when we chose to interact. They both have a great sense of humor. They know the... more