Cape Cod hotels and other types of lodging are available to fit every family's needs and budget. There are well over 400 lodging places to choose from on Cape Cod and the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Hotels and motels make up about half and Bed & Breakfasts make up about a third of lodging. The rest of the accommodations are available through luxury resorts and campgrounds. And that does not even begin to take into consideration the houses, cabins and cottages that are privately for rent!
Things to do on Cape Cod are plentiful. Besides the traditional trips to the beach and such fun as miniature golf, there is so much more. We have listed tons of great activities to satisfy all ages and tastes - we have resources for concerts, tours, sports, accessible , rainy day/indoor activities , children's activities , free things to do , teens, boating, wildlife, nature, walking, biking, sail boarding - well - you get the picture! It's all there on our Things To Do on Cape Cod page.
Dining on Cape Cod can be elegant or rustic, but when it comes to the food, you won't be disappointed no matter what setting you are in. Native seafood served fresh is a treat not to be missed. And of course, any trip to the Cape would not be complete without boiled lobster, steamers and traditional New England clam chowder (is there any other kind?!) - preferably more than once while you are here! But Cape Cod is not just great seafood - there are many other types of cuisine available and many fine restaurants to cater to more sophisticated or daring palates.
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