There are so many reasons to celebrate!
The Cape & Islands offer an endless variety of wedding venues, vacation options, and fun-filled daytrips
Setting out to cover “great wedding venues” on the Cape and Islands is akin to scanning through all of the local history materials in the Sturgis Public Library; browsing in all of the shops, boutiques, and places to eat along Hyannis’s Main Street; or counting the seals off Chatham. Read: there’s a lot!
Writing about the region’s different vacation options and ideas for interesting and adventurous daytrips can be similarly daunting. For every luxurious resort, welcoming B&B, and comfortable campground on the Cape, there seems to be another, and another, and another, either in the next town, across the harbor, or just next door. Conclusion? The Cape and Islands have so many wonderful places to stay, visit, and tour there is literally something here for everyone to enjoy.
Having said that, in the following pages we provide descriptions, details, and anecdotes on four unique wedding venues, four spots to enjoy a relaxing vacation (a high-end hotel, a family friendly resort, a cozy B&B, and a popular campground), and itineraries for four unique daytrips— one each to Falmouth, Provincetown, Martha’s Vineyard, and Nantucket.
Whether you’re here for a wedding, a vacation, or just to spend the day, we sincerely hope you enjoy your stay. And we’re confident that in a very short time, you too will be learning about many more wonderful resorts, restaurants, beaches, boutiques, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. Enjoy!
Matthew Gill — Wedding Articles
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