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Reviewed October 16, 2018

Conveniently located, this newly renovated Inn is a 5-minute walk to the beach at Hyannis Port. Brand new and impeccably furnished, each room offers something different for each guest. My husband and I spent one week-end guests of Xenia and Adrian, the owners, who go beyond the expected to make your stay comfortable and solve every need in a friendly and professional fashion. The Inn is cozy and beautifully decorated. Gone are the chintz and frills so typical of inns around here. The modern industrial look paired with the inn’s warm, old “bones” make it a welcome find for the most demanding traveler. Every detail is well thought out, from the beautiful bathroom to the open fridge where guests can get refills before heading to the beach. And let’s not forget that beautiful, open kitchen where Adrian reigns, making the most unbelievable breakfasts. Forget about eggs continental or soggy pancakes. Adrian’s training in Jean George Vongerichten’s kitchen shows in every dish (not just one!) that he serves with pride and passion. A feast for the fastidious traveler and foodie, and a wonderful stay all around.

Date of stay: October 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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1  Thank Prato
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Xenia D, Owner at Sea Street Inn, responded to this reviewResponded October 17, 2018

Thank you for the wonderful review. It was our pleasure to host you and your husband and we look forward to seeing you again soon.

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Reviewed October 9, 2018 via mobile

A wonderfully appointed, newly renovated inn located near beaches and town. The chef/owner Adrian and his wife put their heart and soul into making the place warm, welcoming, and beautiful. They extend the same efforts to their guests as well. There are fresh flowers everywhere, as well as gorgeous photography on every wall, and Adrian was utterly gracious and welcoming . We were treated to a delectable lobster roll upon arrival mid afternoon, and the breakfast the next day was sublime.

Date of stay: October 2018
Trip type: Traveled with friends
1  Thank Katy S
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Reviewed October 6, 2018

What a gem. This is place is way beyond anything one can ever imagine. This place feels like a high-end boutique hotel but still has the charm of a B&B. The whole property has been newly renovated and it’s so centrally located in Hyannis. What really separates this place from anywhere else is the food. Adrian, the owner is a chef in a class of his own. The variety of the menu, the presentation and flavor of the food was all spectacular. Truly a foodie’s paradise. Adrian goes way above and beyond the minimum required to make you feel at home. My honest recommendation would be that if you are lucky enough to have come across this place just stop looking at other options and book this place asap! You won’t regret it.

Date of stay: September 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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1  Thank AnantaI2
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Reviewed October 2, 2018

If you are a foodie like me, you are going to love this place. We just came back from a 2 night stay and it was more than I could ask for. I did not expect such a unique experiences. The owner Adrian is the nicest guy, the place is very clean and modern but yet has a charm. The place feel very warm and welcoming, our room was great. When we arrived, we were greeted with such amazing hospitality and served the best Lobster roll of my dreams. The breakfast is just phenomenal, it feels like a luxury Michelin experience, something I have never experienced before and we travel a lot. The quality of the food is better than any place we stayed at, we almost wished we could have had every meal there :). We can't wait to go back again next year. I am pretty convinces this place is going to be on every top magazine for places in Cape Cod!
The location is also great, and very close to the marina, where we took the ferry to get to Martha's (or you could go to Nantucket for the day). You need to come here and book soon, the experience this amazing stay, thank you Adrian.

Date of stay: September 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Carolina R
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Reviewed September 19, 2018

It’s all here at the Sea Street Inn. A beautiful home, great location, excellent food, incredible value, and nice, interesting people.
What B&B greets their guest with a lobster roll with an arugula salad lightly tossed with truffle oil paired with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc Adrian just happened to have open for cooking? There were flowers and candles on the table with perfect music in the background, and views of his kitchen and the backyard. It was dusk with light rain, and the home was warm, cozy and inviting and smelled fabulous!. His other guests were already seated starting on their incredible meal. Their company and conversation added to the entire experience. (Breakfast was just as high end and wonderful.)
The Sea Street Inn is a classic Cape Cod on the outside with a nice mix of original features, such as the yummy original wood floors, beautiful staircase, and the arched ceilings, combined with very cool contemporary elements, such as the baked oak wood work, the open kitchen and the professional photography. There are different outdoor seating areas where you can admire the architecture, as well as the beautiful hydrangeas and seashell drive, while enjoying your favorite beverage or book.
The Sea Street Inn is located walking distance to Keyes Memorial Beach and Ocean Avenue Beach, which is right below the Kennedy Compound. It’s also very close to the ferry services and downtown Hyannis.
Book now because the word will be out soon, and demand will go up along with prices, I’m certain. It’s open year-round so I would stay here whatever the season.

Date of stay: September 2018
2  Thank 167mermaid
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