Lamb and Lion Inn

Address: 2504 Route 6A, Barnstable, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 02630, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 2504 Route 6A, Barnstable, is near Cape Cod Lavender Farm, Ridgevale Beach, Monomoy Theatre, and The Old Atwood House Museum.
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      Provincetown, leather shops and cat t shirts

      A travel blog entry by lizzel on Oct 28, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... We have both discovered a new love for lobster! The sunsets here are phenomenal and it's a really pretty place but we struggled to find stuff to do for a day and a half in this ghost town. We even ventured further afield and went trekking in the woods where I spent an hour trying to photograph a squirrel. Holiday highlight. Everyone knows everyone here, which has always put me at unease. Next stop, hopefully some signs of life at ...

      Cape Cod is fierce and fabulous

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Oct 19, 2014

      33 photos

      The next morning we headed right back onto the road. Instead of taking the main highway we took the Kings highway which goes through all the old Colonial homes and towns that run along the inner part of Cape Cod. We drove to Wellfleet which just so happened to be having their annual Oysterfest that day. We parked at the beach and a free shuttle bus took us into town. Chris and I are both not really oyster people but seeing as this was an oysterfest we each got a nice big fresh oyster ...

      Hmm I’m craving Sandwich?

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Oct 18, 2014

      We spent the morning walking around Natick again. The town is small and adorable and probably the definition of what people think of when they picture the "American Dream" at the center of town there was a farmers market so we went and got some fresh corn, tomatoes, cucumbers, and red peppers. We walked over to the library which was having an art exhibit and got some work done using their wifi before we decided it was finally time to leave ...

      DAY 30. PLYMOUTH ROCK, HYANNIS.

      A travel blog entry by piperwg on Oct 14, 2014

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... him on the way. Secret signals such as two lights lit for one minute in a church steeple helped Paul and the locals to know which way the British were coming. I don't know why they had to do all of that since Lady Education with her iPad could have been using Facebook to get the word out much more quickly. The Brits went for the element of surprise and made a good choice to come the short way by boat. Then they made a bad choice and landed in marshes. Soldiers don't perform at ...

      Ferry to Martha's Vineyard

      A travel blog entry by orlandoanne on Oct 13, 2014

      19 photos

      "In Vineyard Haven, on MV, mostly I love the soft collision here of harbor and shore, the subtly haunting briny quality that all small towns have when they are situated on the sea."
      -William Styron

      After breakfast in the hotel, we began our full-day excursion to Martha's Vineyard which started with a fairly long bus ride to Woods Hole to catch the ferry. It was ...