We only stayed here for 3 nights and had one of the smaller rooms with a shared bathroom but as soon as we walked into it we were won over. The decor is old style New England, complete with ornate carved wooden bed, wood panelling and patchwork quilts. We booked over the phone directly from the UK and the staff were helpful and seemed to genuinely remember us when we arrived. The rooms are clean and pleasant. Next door to the Inn is the Duck Creeke Tavern which sold fantastic food (try the lobster) but gets very busy so try and book, there seemed to be music on every night. There is a sunken bar with a relaxed atmosphere attracting people of all ages. I was particularly impressed with the waiting and bar staff, who were mainly students on summer break but were efficient and well trained. The breakfast is light but there are plenty of other places to try if you want a cooked breakfast (The Wicked Oyster round the corner). I would certainly reccomend Wellfleet in general, it is relaxed, gorgeous, creative and has great beaches - although you must have a car or a bike (which we didn't!) to get anywhere further than the village centre. It is unspoilt compared to some of the other main towns.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- History, Hospitality and Cape Cod Charm! An authentic New England Inn on five acres with duck pond offering rooms in three buildings spanning three hundred years. One-half mile to Village and one mile to Bay and Marina. "simple Cape Cod relaxation... an experience to remember"! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Inn At Duck Creek Hotel Wellfleet