We drove from Long Island to stay at, ‘By The Sea’ Never realizing what a great time it would be on a cruise out of P-Town we saw two
kinds of whales, and spent the day in Chatham checking out the sales. We toured Martha’s Vineyard from Oak Bluffs to Gay Head, and saw where “Jaws” went from living to dead. In Sandwich Town we rode on an antique Carousel, and watched glass creations made in temperatures from hell. So, all in all, ‘By the Sea’ turned out to be real neat, the great breakfasts, comfortable room and friendly staff a treat.
If you’re coming to Cape Cod I would strongly suggest, that you stay at ‘By The Sea’ it is really the best!!
Written by Eileen and Richard
October 3, 2005
“It was in the cozy little room overlooking the water with the waves crashing along the shore that my boyfriend proposed to me – of course I said Yes! And the staff was so thoughtful and generous. Thank you for such an enjoyable stay – we will be back next year same time!”
Holly & Dan
“Personal atmosphere, nice little room – even the most significant hotel couldn’t compete…”
Beate & Thomas from Germany
“Thank you again for such a lovely, peaceful and friendly atmosphere. It was worth coming in a storm for this bit of heaven!”
Floyd & Angie from New York
“We came to the Cape and let the wind take us where it would. And that was here at your little ocean-side B&B. We will be back again soon.”
T & T from Massachusetts
“The hospitality is second to none… a wonderful place to escape for a little peace of mind.”
Michael from R.I.
“‘By The Sea’ is definitely the place to come. Midnight walk on the beach with the sea breeze and stars, and a delicious breakfast in the morning. All this and friends too.”
Vic & Bertha Moffit from Rhode Island
“Good times, good food and really good friends. ‘By The Sea’ is filled with warmth and hospitality.”
Dotty & Shirley from New York
“After a long, cold winter this is what you dream of – a delicious breakfast, the morning paper and the ocean for your view. This place rates 4 stars – the friendly staff can’t do enough for you.”
Natalie & Francis Martin from Connecticut