Large yellow Victorian house bedroom with queen sized bed in wood bed frame dining room with hutch, table and chairs Whiskey barrel vegetable garden and wooden bench

"Named Most Charming Small town B&B in Massachusetts by Reader's Digest"

Stay on Cape Cod & enjoy a farm to breakfast table experience

Our lovingly updated 1846 Victorian Bed & Breakfast is located on a quiet street in Harwich, a quintessential Massachusetts fishing town. The setting is the Historic Center of Harwich near Harwich Port, the beach and fresh water ponds, very close to the Cape Cod rail trail (bike path), cranberry bogs and within a quick drive to a wide variety of restaurants.  The surrounding towns of Chatham, Brewster and Dennis are a short drive from the B&B making our location an ideal location to enjoy all of the many things to do while visiting the Cape. 

Each welcoming guest room offers queen sized beds and includes cable HDTVs with media streaming, free WiFi, air conditioning, housekeeping & parking.  Every breakfast served demonstrates a combination of professional restaurant cooking and the amazing flavors of locally grown real foods.  There is no other B&B in the area where you will be served breakfast by a working professional chef.  

We (Lori & Tim) along with our dog Tye live on premises and are the Innkeepers & your hosts. We 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.  

 All rates include a full chef's breakfast and no taxes are added to your total.  Our charming B&B is top rated on Tripadvisor for our central location, comfortable & inviting rooms and one of the best gourmet breakfast served in the area.

 

Notes from the Innkeepers              

Thank you Readers Digest for naming Bluefish Bed & Breakfast the "Most Charming Small Town Bed & Breakfast" in Massachusetts. 

  The other day one of our guests called our B&B  "the most unique" she had stayed in on Cape Cod.  With curiosity I asked why. Her answer was simple and true. To her the fact that I was born and raised on the Cape offers guests a perspective of the area that visitors don't often here.  And, according to her the reality that Tim is an actual professional working Chef was exciting because the  breakfasts were amazing and she got to ask him questions about cooking and working in restaurants.  

Yes, I'm a true local, or native. Many say "a true Cape Codder".  Tim is a "wash a shore" (or for those not familiar with the local Cape Cod lingo he was not born here), however after 17 years of exploring, living, cooking & eating here he knows the area pretty well. 

We both love the area and enjoy giving tips from a locals perspective including but defiantly not limited to where to find the free beaches, where to park, what roads to avoid on a rainy day, how long it might take to drive to certain parts of the Cape, and our favorite restaurants.  

And yes, Tim absolutely loves to answer questions about live as a Chef in a very busy restaurant and to offer cooking tips, short cuts and tricks when asked.