The Beach Breeze Inn
Your Cape Cod Beach House in Falmouth, Massachusetts
Our renovated 1858 Victorian Inn contains 21 rooms, suites, studios and efficiency apartments. Our Falmouth Inn features a main house containing guest rooms and suites and common kitchen where we offer coffee and tea each morning. We have two additional wings that contain our apartments and studios, separated by our outdoor swimming pool. Most of our rooms look directly across to Martha’s Vineyard, just across the blue waters of Vineyard Sound.
- 97 leisurely strides (100 yards) to the sandy, warm waters of Surf Drive Beach.
- ½ mile up Shore Street is Main Street, home to numerous restaurants and great selection of eclectic shops.
- ½ Mile from Falmouth Harbor, home to restaurants, ferries to Martha’s Vineyard, charter fishing, marinas, music, and the Thursday Farmers Market.
- ¾ Mile from the ten mile long Shining Sea Bike Path that runs from beautiful Woods Hole to North Falmouth.
- 4 ½ miles to Woods Hole, home to the Oceanographic Institute, Aquarium, great restaurants and year round ferry service to Martha’s Vineyard.
- 4 ½ Miles to Martha’s Vineyard, only a quick 40 minute boat ride away over the gentle waters of Vineyard Sound.
- 20 Minutes to the Bourne Bridge, your arrival and departure need not ever be affected by that worry of the dreaded Cape Cod Bridge Traffic.
- Each of our recently renovated, uniquely decorated and beach- themed rooms contains a small fridge, wine bucket and glasses, flat screen television, private baths with hair dryer with bath amenities, and iron & board.
- With the cooling effect of the breezes from Nantucket Sound so close, air conditioning is available in all of our rooms but most times not even needed.
- Free wireless internet
Connect in your room, on our porch or lawn or even by the pool for those needing to “check in” on things.
- Complimentary Coffee or Tea
Grab a cup of our fresh brewed “Cape Cod” coffee or tea and newspaper in our large kitchen, on our spacious front porch, comfortable pool patio, or an Adirondack chair on the lawn.