Guests can easily explore historic sites and outdoor attractions in the Cape Cod area from their home base at our Hyannis accommodations.
At Plimoth Plantation, you’ll see a 17th-century village and a Wampanoag home site, and to learn more about local history, check out the Cape Cod Maritime Museum, the Cape Cod Baseball League Hall of Fame and Museum, and the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum.
Art lovers can enjoy the Hyannis Harbor Arts Center, stroll the HyArts Walk to the Sea, or see folk paintings at the Cahoon Museum of American Art, all just a short drive from our accommodations in Hyannis.
Hyannis Harbor offers boating, fishing and whale watching, or take the ferry to Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. Other outdoor activities include hitting the links at the Hyannis Golf Club, bird-watching at the Massachusetts Audubon Long Pasture Wildlife Sanctuary, or trekking the Cape Cod Pathways Trail.
After you’ve worked up an appetite, tour the Cape Cod Potato Chip Factory, have a quick bite in a fish shack, or splurge on a seafood dinner at local restaurants like the Naked Oyster. Then, on your way back to your Hyannis hotels, catch the sunset at scenic Craigville Beach.