A Unique Cape Cod Inn Experience
Bluefish Bed & Breakfast embracing a farm to chef, chef to table lifestyle.
This lovingly updated 1846 Victorian Bed & Breakfast is located on a quiet street in Harwich, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The area is the Harwich Historic District and is near Harwich Port and the beach, very close to the Cape Cod rail trail (bike trail), cranberry bogs and within a quick drive to a wide variety of restaurants. The surrounding towns of Chatham, Brewster and Dennis are also a short drive from the B&B making the location an ideal home base to enjoy all of the things to do in Cape Cod.
Each welcoming guest room includes cable HDTVs with media streaming, free WiFi, air conditioning, housekeeping & parking. All rates include the full gourmet breakfast and no taxes are added to your total. This charming Harwich B&B is top rated on Tripadvisor for clean, comfortable, inviting rooms and the delicious gourmet breakfast.
This small Inn is unique because one of the Innkeepers/owners is also a professional Executive Chef working at a popular nearby Bistro. Every morning before leaving for the restaurant Tim creates the best Cape Cod farm fresh breakfast. The B&B supports the Buy Fresh Buy Local movement and serves food from the home’s garden & local farms.
The owners (Lori & Tim, along with their dog Tye) live on premises and are the Innkeepers & your hosts. They are true Cape Cod locals (Lori was born & raised in Brewster) and are always happy to share tips & ideas of how to best explore the Cape. When you call, or email, you will communicate directly with the Innkeepers.
Notes from Bluefish Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers on Cape Cod
A few of the questions we hear the most often from guests are: do you live here (on Cape Cod) all year and what is it like here (on Cape Cod) in the Winter? The simple answers are yes, and quiet.
Yes, as much as the Cape (local's lingo for Cape Cod) is a seasonal location there are many people who live here year round. Cape Cod in the Winter? well, it is quiet. It can also be very beautiful, peaceful and relaxing. Yes, it does snow on the beach. And the snow can accumulate ON THE beach - we have a picture in our breakfast room to prove it. You can walk for miles on just about any beach (whether there is snow or not) and be the only person around. Often we walk the bike path for hours and have it all to ourselves. You can easily take a left out of any parking lot onto any road (those of you who have been to the Cape in the Summer can only imagine what this is like). Many businesses (including restaurants) are closed or have very limited operating days and hours.
We use the Winters to do renovations, repairs, and upkeep on the B&B. We also take the time to enjoy the solitude and beauty the Cape offers in the off season. Cape Cod in the Winter is great for photography, so we add to our collections that we display around the house. We cook and eat yummy food. And we rest.
We look forward to you joining us as our guests for our 14th year beginning May 2018. We'll happily share our Winter on Cape Cod experiences and answer all of your questions.
Have a wonderful Winter.