Beach House at Bass River

73 South Shore Drive, South Yarmouth, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 02664, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 73 South Shore Drive, South Yarmouth, is near John F Kennedy Hyannis Museum, Pirate's Cove, ZooQuarium, and Bass River Sports World.
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    Travel Blogs from South Yarmouth

    Cape Cod to Martha's Vineyard

    A travel blog entry by k-rod on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... to the hotel. We both agreed that this place had a very weird vibe. I would have thought that a fat white guy would have been the target market in these parts though in this place I was treated as if I had three heads, maybe they were pirates and they could spot the landlubber, either way it was a most unfriendly place.

    After getting changed we headed out for dinner at a tavern and had a dozen ...

    Boston to Cape Cod

    A travel blog entry by k-rod on Sep 08, 2014

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    After organising ourselves we drove up to the more rugged Cape Cod National Seashore which is a beautiful 26 mile drive. The entire area has not succumbed to over development and so it has retained a lazy, sandy and rugged charm....I can see why JFK loved the area.

    We were excited to go to the Beachcomber Hotel for some fresh Wellfleet oysters and the famous raw bar. Unfortunately as we entered the car park we were greeted with a huge ...

    A Classic Week Down the Cape

    A travel blog entry by jdeak on Sep 06, 2014

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    ... for the water. The water was about 70 degrees with really big waves. We mostly stayed on the beach, though A and T took a "swim" and saw a seal not far off. We had to really yell at N when he tried to run into the ocean without us, and he got kind of sad but he seemed to get the message. He and A delighted in smashing the castle forms we made with sand molds, and we whiled away maybe an hour there.
    In the afternoon, we tried out the puddle hopper vest with ...

    First visit in 50 Years! Ugh...but I do Love it!

    A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Aug 04, 2014

    3 comments, 55 photos

    ... island. Many cobblestone streets still exist (not fun to drive on) but to look at, pretty cool. Nantucket was famous for its Whaling operations back in the day. The island was formed by a glacial moraine deposited here during the Ice Age!!

    The original settlers to this island were the Wampanoag Indians, however, the land was deeded to Thomas Mayhew and his son who were merchants from ...

    Back to my childhood summer memories

    A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Jul 28, 2014

    3 comments, 78 photos

    ... with them for some nostalgia and good times!! A special thanks to you Roddy and Heid! I'll get you off the Cape one of these days at least for a few days in the winter???? Again, thanks for the spectacular lobster dinner we had.

    We toured the old Captain Penniman House. This was the home of a well-to-do Sea Captain. The home is still in remarkable condition for it's age (around the late 1800's) and thankfully sold to the National Park Service and they ...