Our bed and breakfast in Chatham on Cape Cod began its life a little differently. The house, originally built in 1932-33, started out as the residence and site of the practice of Dr. and Mrs. (Harriet) Carroll Keene. It remained a private home until the mid-80s when Harriet died and the estate was sold. Ray and Judy Braz are the fourth owners of this Cape Cod colonial home which they purchased in June of 1996. They have strived to create an escape from the ordinary and provide an extraordinary experience.
The decor of the inn is English Country style. Common rooms are comfortable and casually elegant. The living room with fireplace is a perfect setting to sit with your favorite book or on a sunny, winter day, the perfect place to close your eyes and escape. All the rooms are designer-appointed and decorated differently, which offer various styles to the sophisticated traveler or the first-time visitor to a bed and breakfast.
Just steps from the village of Chatham on Cape Cod, MA, our guests are fond of saying that they enjoy being able to walk to shops and restaurants without having to get in their car and drive. Other local attractions are within walking distance as well. There are 2.2 mile walks that take you to and from the Chatham Lighthouse or a 3-mile walk that takes you past Oyster Pond, Mitchell River on Bridge Street to the Lighthouse and back down to Main Street to The Old Harbor Inn on Old Harbor Road. The Chatham Fish Pier is just a short, 1-mile walk from the inn also. Watching the fishing boats unload their catch and the gulls and seals vie for scraps is an entertaining adventure. In the summer, you are steps from The Monomoy Theater, Cape Cod Baseball, seal tours and summer Chatham Band Concerts.