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Green Mountain Inn
Ranked #5 of 9 Hyannis B&B and Inns
Reviewed June 17, 2013

Our perfect week at the Cape (though we had more rain than we would have liked) was accentuated by this wonderful B&B. Located within walking distance to the beach and a short walk to the shops and restaurants, staying at this B&B make our week special. We stayed with another couple in the 2 room efficiency located on the side of the house. Mike and Nick are really special hosts, being very social and informative. Awesome breakfasts (a different surprise each day) and an open house atmosphere made us feel right at home. Nick was great at providing tips on where to visit, where to park, what restaurants had special values... He even offered to drive us to the harbor or Main street if needed. I must comment on earlier reviews from this year. Going to a B&B means getting to know the owners, enjoying their company while feeling right at home. Breakfast was served on the outdoor decking, unless it rained. We were invited inside when weather was bad. We found that there was plenty of room to eat there. Frankly it did not matter as the breakfast and atmosphere were excellent. Since this B&B mainly operates in the warmer weather, their common area is an outdoor porch with plenty of room for socializing. Nick and Mike were very up front about the accommodations at the B&B. (most notable smaller than normal showers). For those guests sharing a bathroom upstairs, this is known when the reservation is made. Many B&B's offer only shared bathroom accommodations. As to Nick and Mike, you could not ask for better hosts. We ended the vacation feeling like we left family behind. Nick/Mike, Thanks for a really great time while staying at your B&B!

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  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled with friends
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Reviewed June 15, 2013

Our room, at the top of a long tricky flight of steps, had a shared bath, one chair, bed and dresser. If at night you wanted to read, there was no common room, only an outdoor porch at the bottom of the steps. Decor was old, depressing, the yard was not glorious but ill kempt, and the siting on the road could be very noisy in season I'd guess. Foreigners who come because the price is low will not get a good impression of the Cape from this unbeachlike place.

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled with friends
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Thank Fleischmann1
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Michael G, Owner at Green Mountain Inn, responded to this reviewResponded June 20, 2013

In response to this review and the one prior as these two couples were traveling together.
Thinking they were relative as they did not play well with others. They did not mention that
they were here for only one night as they were headed to Nantucket. They arrived late
afternoon and left in the morning. They also did not mention that they were quite elderly and
a 15 minute walk might be too much for them. In the morning it was raining so we served inside our breakfast room which we have had no complaints about being crampy. Breakfast is usualy served outside on our large deck. We have many common areas around the yard including a large wrap around front porch and other areas in the yard. The decor of the rooms we try too keep true to the age and style of the building( 1852 Greek Revival ) and still maintaining a cape cod feel These people would be happier in a hotel and the innkeepers would be happy if they did.

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Reviewed June 12, 2013

At $140 tax included for a room and breakfast the value is there. But there is no indoor common sitting room you're a good long walk from the harbor or Main Street and breakfast is served in a cramped room. Certainly offers friendly hosts and an ample breakfast but if price is not your major criterion you might want to pay more and get more.

Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
Thank Karl F
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Reviewed March 28, 2013

Feel so bad that it has taken me so long to write this review, sorry Mike and Nick! We are a family of two adults and two children who had an amazing stay here last June. We had booked a two-bed efficiency which was so cosy and classic New England. We were very unlucky with the weather which was quite cold but the apartment was warm and very comfortable. Mike and Nick made us so welcome, it was truly a home-from-home experience, and I really hope we make it back there again one day. I must mention breakfast... Wonderful! The most creative and delicious breakfasts I have ever had anywhere. Nick is an absolute gem- he is a mine of information on anything on the Cape and gave us excellent advice, particularly with regard to our whale-watching trip (from Providence, amazing!!!) and on our day on Martha's Vineyard (an absolute must!!!). Thank you, guys, so very much for making our stay so special. We hope you are well. :)

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled with family
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Thank plym-pom
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Reviewed October 27, 2012

My husband and I just recently celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary at the Green Mountain Inn. We were hoping to have a nice experience and we were not dissapointed. From the moment we arrived we felt welcomed as though they were "old friends". You feel as though you have known Mike and Nick forever. They go out of their way to accomodate you. For example, we were unable to have breakfast(which all are deliciously prepared and served) one morning due to having to catch an early ferry. Mike and Nick had 2 "bags to go" with their famously delicious breakfast sandwiches waiting for us. Their B&B is absolutely lovely and very clean! They are so thoughtful in all the little touches they add to make your stay special. Mike and Nick know all the great places around town and take the time to give directions and advice. Overall we had an excellent experience and are glad we chose the Green Mountain Inn for our special occasion.We definately will reccomend this place to all our friends and family whenever they plan a stay at the cape. Thanks Mike and Nick for making our 25th a memorable one. you guys are great and we loved your dogs too! See you next year! Ken and Nicole

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 24, 2012

The Green Mountain Inn was absolutely lovely! Mike and Nick were gracious, wonderful hosts (as are their standard poodles Duke and puppy Jagger). Their wonderful senses of humor and enthusiasm to show you the Cape created a warm and fun atmosphere on top of what already was a warm and fun atmosphere at the GMI. Our room was very clean and was well tended to daily. Breakfasts were consistently outstanding (love those homefries!) and changed daily. The place is right down the street from the beach and a short driving distance away from the middle of downtown Hyannis with ample parking right outside the place for all. The house has a nice large yard, a large porch, a koi pond, and a hammock for spending down time. GMI is easily located near the major routes within the Cape. If you're in the Cape looking to stay midpoint from everything, this is definitely the place to be!

High points:
1. Hosts Mike and Nick (and Duke and Jagger) were personable, accommodating, and fun!
2. Location, location, location!
3. Delicious breakfasts!

Low points:
None!

Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
2  Thank Howard H
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Reviewed October 10, 2012

I booked the green mountain based on the trip advisor reviews and yes it is that good. In fact we extended our stay! Its hard to say why everyone hare likes the place, yes its a great location, yes the dogs are great and yes the breakfast experience is Fab but its something extra.

We stayed in Hyannis between visiting friends in NY and i think the X factor of staying with Nick and Mike is that it is just like staying with friends, they are pleased to have you there and want you to have a good time but without overstepping the mark. The dogs get a lot of mention on here and they are Fab Jagger is one step from a cuddly toy but, and this is a big one for me, they are always under control and if you don't like dogs they will be kept at arms length by Nick at all times. I like dogs and Nick was happy to let us spend time playing with them on the decks.

I also have to say that on the first morning Nick asked us what we wanted to do on the cape, he listened and then gave us some advice, maps and timetables. We followed his advice and were never dissapionted. We will return and I would reccomend it to a friend. Thanks Nick, Mike, Duke and Jagger for one of the best holidays we have had.

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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Additional Information about Green Mountain Inn

Address: 328 Sea St, Hyannis, MA 02601-4509
Location: United States > Massachusetts > Cape Cod > Hyannis
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Ranked #5 of 9 B&Bs / Inns in Hyannis
Price Range: $90 - $160 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 6
Also Known As:
Green Mountain Hotel Hyannis
Green Mountain Inn Hyannis, Cape Cod, MA

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