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Friday, April 27, 2012

Why We Blog About Cape Cod

Cape Cod is much larger than most folks think, with many villages and towns, each with its’ own special charm. There are numerous bike trails, hiking paths, and many beautiful beaches and nature preserves where you can commune with nature. We have amazing restaurants and quaint shops, and endless museums and galleries to visit. We have some of the world’s most talented visual and performing artists exhibiting and entertaining in many types of venues throughout the Cape.  And then, there is our world famous sea food. There is something for everyone to enjoy here no matter what the season.

One of our reasons for writing this blog is to provide information that we hope will help you in planning your stay on Cape Cod. We blog about upcoming events, about places we have visited, and about experiences that we have had in the many years we have lived on this wonderful and diverse quasi island. Even for those of us who reside here, there are always new adventures to enjoy. After nearly twenty years, we are still exploring the Cape. Sometimes we even hear about places off the beaten path that one of our guests has stumbled upon. We check them out and share them on this blog and with guests at our inn.

We realize that most people don’t have an unlimited amount of time to spend when they vacation here. We hope our blogs featuring suggestions for things to do for a two, three, or four night stays will help you to experience the best of Cape Cod in the time that you have.

Folks come to Cape Cod each year for many different reasons. Whatever yours is, we hope that you will come to quaint and historic Sandwich Village and stay with us at our bed and breakfast. We will do our best to provide you with information that will help you have a memorable Cape Cod experience. After all, we want you to love it as much as we do and come again and again.

                                                                                  Jan Preus, the Innkeeper, chef, and artist in residence.

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