When you have a large group you’re traveling with to the East Coast and need extra space, consider a large vacation home. Not only will you have room to live comfortably, but it will save you money and hassles as well. Here are some reasons to come to Cape Cod—and why our 5-bedroom rentals on Cape Cod can turn a good vacation into a great holiday!
Why a Vacation Home Instead of a Hotel?
Our 5-bedroom rentals on Cape Cod are extra spacious and a great option if you’re traveling with kids and sometimes even pets. They also come equipped with kitchens, so preparing meals for the whole family will be easy! You’ll have access to an outdoor space like a patio, deck, or yard where everyone can hang out together.
If you’re traveling with a group of adults who want to tour together, it’s a perfect way to keep everyone close to each other. Close proximity prevents travel hang-ups when you’re trying to meet at an attraction and also makes each person’s lodging bill much smaller. With all Cape Cod has to offer for a great getaway, you could easily spend a week or more and not even touch the surface. So why spend one-third of your vacation time in an expensive, cramped hotel room?
Why Our 5-Bedroom Cape Cod Rental Homes?
If you will see even a portion of what Cape Cod has to offer, you need to be here a decent amount of time. If you compare the cost of hotel rooms for eight people—even allowing for some sharing—the vacation rental will likely be cheaper.
Also, let’s be straight up here; it feels more like home than a hotel room! There will be plenty of space if some people want private time while others want to stay together as a group. There is a top-notch kitchen, enough bathrooms for everyone, and outdoor amenities like fire pits, grills, and deck spaces.
As a special note to business travelers, remember the large vacation rental like this when scheduling business retreats, team-building events, and housing families of guests. It will mean a lot to everyone while making the events much easier for everyone. And if you’re looking for luxury rentals, we have a wide selection too!
Cape Cod Attractions and Activities
There is more to Cape Cod than the beautiful beaches. There is history, sightseeing, and lots of other activities. Here are just a few of the traveler favorites.
The Cape Cod Maritime Museum
The museum’s mission is “to preserve the rich maritime traditions and history for which Cape Cod and the Islands are known.” Their exhibitions, events, and programs are geared to educate general audiences on the area’s maritime history.
Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge
This rugged area is over 7,600 acres of protected land consisting of dunes, marshland, and a lighthouse (now decommissioned). North and South Monomoy are nesting habitats for hundreds of migratory seabird species and large harbor seal populations.
John F. Kennedy Memorial
About 73 miles from Boston, Hyannis Port is the home of the John F. Kennedy Memorial. Travelers can enjoy quaint seaside villages and historic plantation museums by taking one of the many popular sightseeing cruises throughout the Cape Cod Canal.
Cape Cod National Seashores
Sunsets along the shore in Cape Cod are said to be “magical,” and one of the best places to view them is at the Cape Cod National Seashore. If you enjoy hiking and biking, there are lots of great trails from which to choose.
Heritage Museums & Gardens
Located in Sandwich, the Heritage Museums & Gardens have something for everyone. Like antique cars? See the Josiah K. Lilly III Antique Automobile Collection, which gives visitors a visual timeline of the history of the automobile. There is an extensive collection of folk art, carousel rides, and gardens bursting with color on everything from magnolias to rhododendrons. If you’re traveling with children, check out Hidden Hollow, a fun trip with sensory gardens, experiments, and other activities.
Sandwich Glass Museum
The Sandwich Historical Society has preserved the Boston & Sandwich Glass Company. This facility displays nearly 6,000 examples of contemporary and historical glass art manufactured between 1825 and 1888. It is a testament to the importance of the company’s contribution to the Industrial Revolution in America. Be sure to see that live glass blowing demonstration while you’re here.
The Pilgrim Monument
If you are a lover of history—primarily American history—the Pilgrim Monument is a must-see. Designed after the Siena, Italy Torre del Mangia, this 252-foot tower is the tallest structure made of granite in the country. Commemorating the first landing of the Mayflower, the view from the top is impressive and worth the walk.
5-bedroom rentals on Cape Cod provide an economical way to stay together as a family while enjoying all Cape Cod has to offer. With plenty of space, they can provide more comfort than pricey hotels and motels. Contact us today to book your 5-bedroom Cape Cod rental homes.