I stayed at the Conch Inn for four nights in August. The price was reasonable, especially for a property that allows pets. I stayed in the Chatham room, which was comfortable but small--best for one person, I think. The bed was very comfortable. There was no doggy or disinfectant smell in the room, for which I give very high marks to the innkeepers.
On the downside, the toiletries in the bathroom appeared to be leave-behinds from previous guests. The close-captioning on the tv wouldn't turn-off, and the innkeeper didn't know how to fix it (she suggested I look for a second remote control in the room--there wasn't one); one night of close-captioning is annoying, four nights is excruciating. The room felt clean, but it was dusty. The coffeemaker, cable box, and other knickknacks needed a good swiffering. There was no service during my entire stay. By the time I left, the trash can was overflowing. In fairness, I was on vacation and slept late every day, so it's possible I was left undisturbed. If so, that's fine. Strange, but fine.
I did not eat the breakfast included in the rate and so cannot comment on it.
A final point, which may be my own eccentricity: the bed sheets were brown and the towels were aqua. I prefer white.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Three lovely fireplaced rooms to choose from, the Eastham and Chatham rooms located on the first floor, the Wellfleet on the second. All rooms have queen beds, and armoires, Kuerig Coffee makers, mini refrigerators. All rooms have their own baths and private entrances as well as Cable TV and wifi access. A lovely three course breakfast is served each morning. The Inn provides a convenient location for day trips to the islands or Provincetown or National Sea Shore with Nantucket sound just steps away. Wonderful dining in the area during the summer season and just a short drive in the off season. We allow guests to bring small well behaved dogs, under twenty five pounds ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Conch Inn Cape Cod, MA - Dennis Port