Grafton Inn

261 Grand Ave. South, Falmouth, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 02540, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Falmouth

Crossing Borders

A travel blog entry by gscaldwell

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... a result of ignorance during the witch hysteria would feel vindicated! Although we definitely wanted to go into Boston while down this way, we had no idea how much there was to see and do in the city! It really is the birthplace of American independence and I so enjoyed learning about this vital piece of our neighbours' history. I must say that it is especially fantastic to enjoy a city like Boston when it is warm and the leaves in Boston Common are all various shades of fall. ...

Day 4 - Falmouth, Cape Cod

A travel blog entry by evie033

Woke up this morning, our last day in the Cape. Breakfast was again delightful. Wasn't sure what to do, but over heard the English couple say they would go to Sandwich. Checked it up on the internet and sounded like a neat town. It was 1 hr I think or thereabouts. After about 20 mins driving it started to rain and didn't stop. The museum was closed So decided to go to Dennis. Arrived at the museum of art and ...

Day 3 - Falmouth, Cape Cod

A travel blog entry by evie033

Today decided to go to Provincetown to the tip of the Cape. Drove for a couple of hours, and found that we couldn't find a park. I was over it and decided to go back. We had stopped at Marconi's beach and took pictures. The drive back was lovely through Barnstable - really loved this area. Not much to report today as it was basically driving around the Cape, which we did. On a ...

24 - 26 October - Cape Cod, Massachusetts

A travel blog entry by ausrockets

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On Thursday (24th) we headed out of Boston to the Cape Cod area. We had a few problems when we arrived in Hyannis and found that the hotel Dad had booked had decided to close early after the summer season, but that was soon fixed. Our hotel was in Hyannis and we covered all the towns along the Cape whilst we have been here. We even wen't to "Chatham" but the local school wasn't ...

Back to the Beyond

A travel blog entry by danbren

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... and the old train station looks great. I drove down past 505 Main Street where dad lived, but it's all gone and rebuilt now. It was probably more of a small mill town back in 1917 and now it's a much bigger city. I doubt dad would have recognized much. Following that bit of nostalgia we took off for Plymouth, Massachusetts, home of the Pilgrams. This town has also grown some and been duded up, but still retaining a lot of ...

Location

This hotel, located on 261 Grand Ave. South, Falmouth, is near Shining Sea Bikeway, Cornelia Carey Sanctuary (The Knob), Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, and Peterson's Farm.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Grafton Inn Falmouth

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding