Hello, my husband and I are travelling to the Cape from New York City at the end of May. We generally try to travel outside peak times so that we don't have to book hotels in advance and can make decisions as we go based on what we see and what we like. However, this time, we were given June for our vacation leave. We are Australian and not familiar with 'peak times' only to have been told that July/August is 'summer' and crazy busy everywhere in the US. June is technically a summer month also however does it also fall into the busy category and should we be booking accommodation now? We love staying in character B and B's and have about 3 days to explore the area before heading further North up the Coast. I have read so much on all the lovely sounding towns in the area and would like to not be locked in to a certain town on a set day if possible, or are we tempting fate that we will end up in a cheap motel on the highway because that's all that will be available??!