There is nothing like a rainy day on Cape Cod. The smell of the sea, a little fog blowing in to soften the edges, a cup of coffee next to a fire to start your day…for a rainy day it does not get much better. Are you looking to stroll and shop or is a… [ READ MORE ]
Cape Cod Weather
Cape Cod basked in one of the mildest winters on record last year and so it should have come as no surprise when Mother Nature, deciding that no Cape Cod Inn should have too much of a good thing, decided to remind us what a normal New England winter should feel like! We had already… [ READ MORE ]
Cape Cod was preparing for the worst and the stores were full of locals purchasing their storm supplies and essentials: Beer (hurricane or no hurricane this is Cape Cod in the off-season) Bottled Water (had to be sparkling if you lived in Chatham) Flash-light (in case you misplaced the beer) Batteries (price gouging at the… [ READ MORE ]
Well it had to be said that, weather-wise, things had been going quite swimmingly on Cape Cod. We were well into January and winter temperatures had hardly dropped below freezing. There’d been no frost to speak of nor indeed any snow to scrape off the car. Perhaps global warming could result in the season for… [ READ MORE ]
The rain stayed away and the blue skies remained in Harwich & Chatham. The wind however did show up and gusted at 65 mph so the surf got interesting and trees came down. Being Brits we decided it was time to put the kettle on and have a cup of tea!