All the positive reviews of the Seacoast Inn made this a logical choice when we knew we'd be going to Cape Cod for 4 days. Nevertheless, I was worried that it would be a bare-bones, 1950-ish type of facility. Not at all!
The room with its king-sized bed and little kitchenette was really more like a suite. It was kept immaculately clean. The owners were so friendly and helpful, offering maps and advice. The breakfast was as good as any I'd had in a franchise hotel chain.
When we were checking out, I mentioned that my husband and I were celebrating our 40th wedding anniversary, and that we had met on Cape Cod but hadn't been back for decades. Terri said, "Oh! I wish I'd known sooner." She hurried into the back room and emerged with a colorfully wrapped gift bag containing a large bag of Cape Cod Mints.
On top of all this, the price was extraordinary. We paid half of what we would pay when we left here, at a very mediocre inn in Rockport.More