We loved our beautifully appointed room overlooking the ocean. And the property has lots of areas to lounge by the water. Drinks and meals at the rooftop restaurant. A lovely pool overlooking the water. Nicely landscaped great lawn out front. Thew room wasn't cheap, but it was Cape Cod in August, so understandable. I would stay here again.
While staying at the Red Jacket, we went here for a special dinner. It is a rooftop restaurant that is very nice. My wife and I both had the scallop plate and the food was excellent. An outstanding view with very good service. A little on the expensive side but we’ll worth it
We went for lunch at noon when it opened. The lunch menu was almost entirely egg dishes with exotic sounding gourmet descriptions. We had a reservation but it was definitely not necessary for Tuesday lunch in September. The Rooftop was nice but unless you sat in a high chair which my wife couldnt climb into your view was blocked by a horizontal piece separating the upper and lower part of the window. My water tasted fine but my wife had a problem with the taste of hers. I swapped with her and after i drank half I concluded hers came from Camp Lejeune. I wound up ordering the only recognizabl menu items, the $24 hamburg and the $8 cup of soup. My wife thought she would try a couple of the entrees with exotic descriptions. My hamburg was the worst tasting I ever had and the chowder was just OK. I tasted hers and it was pretty bad to my liking. Lunch cost me $77 for almost nothing we liked. …
Great place for a restaurant, fantastic view across the ocean from the deck. We ate upstairs, the cocktails are expensive and at best ok. The service was good but the food wasn't great. Disappointing. The food in the sushi bar downstairs looked good. We may have been better off eating there. Valet parking.
We have been here 6+ times over last two years. Continue to try but ultimately disappointed with food selection, quality for the price. Had some terrible calamari as an appetizer but House salad with grilled was ok. They have decent wine list. Go for view not food
I don’t see a page for the rooftop restaurant, so I’m putting this review here—we will stay at Pelham next time just for the restaurant. It’s absolutely gorgeous, from the interior to the views outside. There is a clear attention to detail at every turn: The bar shelves aren’t just crammed full of bottles, they are nicely arranged and liquor is spaced out; the cocktails have flower petals; even the denim napkins are unique; and the check came in a wooden holder that had the logo etched into it. I always notice and appreciate when a restaurant inserts branding and fun details into different part of your dining experience. Then, the food—it’s hard to make cauliflower delicious, but they absolutely did with one of the apps, and wow did we clean that plate (and the portion was a very good size). We had the steak and pork chop entrees, and they each had so many elements to them with side veggies but also purées and sauces. The staff anticipates your needs even before you ask and are very attentive. We went one night just for cocktails at the bar, and then another night for a full dinner, and I’m so glad we got a chance to enjoy Pelham multiple times. Cheers to this team!…
The cost at this “resort” has doubled from last year. It’s not worth the price tag. The parking is awful and will give you a headache all on its own. They put restaurant guests who need to park before paying hotel guests. The owner even took a parking spot in the lot when guests were struggling to park!! We got locked out of our room at 9pm and no one was there to help us get back in. Not a relaxing vacation. The food and drinks at their restaurant are so overpriced for what you get. Not worth it. Do yourself a favor and go elsewhere!! You’ll be so glad you did!
My daughter and my granddaughter stayed at the Pelham House July 4 through july 8. Very disappointing. Not worth $800,00 plus dollars per night. The 3 of us stayed last year and it was wonderful! This year no pool side dining after 7, lobby bar shuts down at 7. On july 4Th after dropping $200.00 at waves (only sushi and under cooked flatbread) at Waves no offerings of salads, sandwiches, hamburgers 12 year olds dont like sushi). Hoping to take a drink and head back to the pool for swimming for the 4th, we were told poolside entertainment stopped at 6:30, and the lobby bar was closing. The bartender would not give me a drink and told me if I wanted 1 to go back to the rooftop bar. Both beaches to the right and the left of the Pelham had fireworks and there was no one poolside to watch. Also the hotel is not open 24 hours / day as advertised. A guest had gotten locked out of their room the following night around 1 am and there is no one on staff until the lobby opens at 8 am. My daughter and I wanted coffee around 7:30 am the place is locked up! Now that the Pelham shuttles in people from their sister properties if you stay there get up at 7 to run down and put your thing on a pool chair to ensure you have a place. Please do not drop thousands of dollars at this hotel! You will feel ripped off and very disappointed. This is the first bad review I have ever written I hope some family and make plans to stay elsewhere. It is nothing like the Pelham House of last year.…
Staff is rude, snobby and very inattentive.room floor flooded with rain from them leaving windows open before we arrived. They didnt offer to help clean it up. Wedding was there and staff was awful. We were treated as if we were not good enough. All of my family and friends were less then amused by the resort staff and complained also. Owner told me basically to bad. Dont go there!!
We spent one night in the Ocean Front on the second floor. The room was great! The windows opened so you could hear the waves crashing! The balcony had a nice sitting spot overlooking the pool. The pool was heated and comfortable to swim in. The beach had wonderful lounge chairs and umbrellas! The service was excellent and we would definitely return in the future!