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Covid-19 Message
Posted by Kinlin Grover | Thursday, November 12, 2020


UPDATED 11/17/20: Please review the previous updates below. As of 11/14/20, the states on the lower-risk state list are: Hawaii, Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. If you are not from one of the lower risk states, you must follow the Commonwealth's rules regarding travel to Massachusetts on the COVID-19 Travel Order website.

NOTE: On November 2, 2020, Governor Baker issued a new executive order requiring the early closure of certain businesses and activities each night a 9:30 p.m. See the executive...

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Things to Do Near Route 134 in South Dennis
Posted by Kinlin Grover | Monday, September 7, 2020


Dennis is full of great activities, and where you spend your time likely depends on your vacation rental's location.

In Dennis Port and West Dennis, you'll have direct access to Nantucket Sound and incredible beaches like Sea Street, Glendon Road, Haigis, and West Dennis.

Those staying in Dennis Village and East Dennis, on the other hand, will find Cold Storage Beach, Corporation Beach, Chapin Memorial Beach, and Mayflower Beach, all on Cape Cod Bay, easily accessible.

When traveling betw...

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The Top 5 Local Markets in Falmouth, MA
Posted by Kinlin Grover | Monday, August 31, 2020


You'll surely want to experience some local flair while on Cape Cod, including checking out some mom and pop markets to stock your vacation rental with food, drinks, and everything else you'll need to feel at home.

Luckily, most of the Cape's towns have a selection of small shops from which to choose so that you can feel like a local throughout your vacation.

In Falmouth, you'll find local markets in every corner of town, so you can head to the one closest to you or try different locations on ...

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Experiencing Cape Cod's Growing Food Truck Scene
Posted by Kinlin Grover | Monday, August 24, 2020


Street food is becoming incredibly popular throughout the United States because it's convenient and allows you to sample outstanding food at a reasonable price. Since the vendor doesn't have to pay for an expensive storefront, the cost of a meal comes down and helps the consumer.

Food trucks have a little more overhead than a traditional street vendor, but the idea is similar because the owners don't have to maintain an entire restaurant and can pass some of the savings on to their customers. Fo...

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Free Beaches You Can Visit in Chatham, Massachusetts
Posted by Kinlin Grover | Monday, August 17, 2020


You'll find countless beaches when visiting Chatham, Massachusetts, as the town is full of waterfront areas on the ocean and the area's kettle ponds.

The issue is that a non-resident beach sticker is $20 per day or $75 per week, so if you don't have a beach within walking distance of your vacation rental, the costs can add up.

However, there's good news, as Chatham has some free beaches that are just as scenic as the major ones but without the parking fees. These beaches won't have the same fac...

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The Top 5 Bakeries in Falmouth, Massachusetts
Posted by Kinlin Grover | Monday, August 10, 2020


Your Cape Cod vacation will surely be full of fun in the sun, exhilarating hikes, and visiting some of the oldest sites in North America.

At the same time, you've got to eat, right? While the Cape is also a haven for foodies, you'll likely want some food around your vacation rental, too, and there's no better place to stock up than at one of the local bakeries.

In Falmouth, you'll find a wide selection of bakeshops, each of which brings a unique flair to its offerings. 

Here are the top fi...

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Why Truro is the Perfect Place For a Cape Cod Vacation
Posted by Kinlin Grover | Monday, August 3, 2020


Truro, Massachusetts, is a small municipality on the Outer Cape with a year-round population of fewer than 2,000 people. That number swells to between 15,000 and 20,000 during the summer, but the town still doesn't attract the same crowds as neighboring Provincetown or other destinations on Cape Cod like Hyannis and Falmouth.

That might be a good thing, depending on how you're looking to spend your vacation, because Truro is loaded with great outdoor activities all summer long but doesn't get as...

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