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Step back in time and relax at this traditional Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast, circa 1810, on the edge of the small village of West Barnstable. Stroll through the lovely Gardens, curl up on the peaceful screened-in front porch, stretch out on a sun-lounger or luxuriate in the hot tub amidst a symphony of perennial blossoms, select a book from the extensive library — or simply enjoy the welcoming charm and romance of this historical Inn.
You will delight in the Inn’s casual Cape Cod ambiance and your hosts’ gracious New England hospitality. Honeysuckle Hill has all the warmth of its heritage: wide-planked floors, ship’s captain’s staircase, eccentric ceiling angles, curving hallways and an inviting wraparound front porch where you can start your day with morning coffee, or retreat to in the afternoon and evening for drinks and interesting conversation.
Each morning, Honeysuckle Hill’s guests are served a delectable breakfast in an elegantly comfortable breakfast room. The light and lovely guest rooms are exquisitely decorated with antiques, white wicker and luxurious linens. Each guest room has its own heat and air conditioning controls, private bath, LCD TVs, and wireless Internet access.
Hosts, Nancy Hunter-Young and Rick Kowarek, take pride in ensuring that guests will want to return again and again to delight in their country inn’s picturesque and graceful setting. Nancy and Rick come to the Honeysuckle Hill Inn via the Berkshires of western Massachusetts, where they owned and operated a B & B for over 10 years.
Honeysuckle Hill is near all Cape Cod attractions including fine restaurants, antique shops, whale watching, and ferries to Nantucket and Martha Vineyard. Rates include hot tub/spa, complimentary soft drinks, and other refreshments, a full breakfast each morning and many other amenities.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, circa 1810, Honeysuckle Hill, surrounded by its lush gardens, is tucked in along Cape Cod’s historic and scenic “Route 6A” also known as “Old King’s Highway”. Like no other village on the Cape, West Barnstable is defined by its history and geography — both of which are evident as you approach the village from the west where Route 6A, designated one of the ten outstanding scenic byways in America, deliberately scrolls its way along the northern edge of the Cape. Stately elms and maples line the route, creating, in spring and summer, a lush canopy over this former stagecoach path. In the fall, the canopy changes to a blaze of harvest colors.
Less than two miles from the Inn, is Sandy Neck, a classic barrier beach that stretches for six miles along Cape Cod Bay. And the Neck’s adjoining conservation area is a scenic spot to hike, fish and bird watch.
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