This is a great north of historic Rte 6A location on the road to Mayflower Beach.The property is at the Village end of Beach Street which allows for a short .25 mile walk to just about everything you need, as well as some of the best restaurants on the Cape. With Mayflower Beach just 1 mile away and Bayview, Chapin and Corporation just a ½ mile or so further this location is much sought-after. Here’s what you can find right in the Village.
Harvest Gallery Wine Bar uniquely provides a combination of their love for fine art, wine, local fare and entertainment. For a gourmet deli and bakery, you can't go wrong with The Mercantile (The Merc). Just steps away is Underground Bakery and coffee shop. And for a little Italy on Cape Cod, visit Sapori d'Italia, an authentic Italian food and wine market. If you’re interested in renting electric bikes, look no further than Pedego Bike of Cape Cod. The famous Scargo Cafe, offering excellence in Cape cuisine since 1987, is a fan favorite. Encore Bistro & Bar, located on the grounds of The Cape Playhouse and Dennis Cinema is a great place for dinner after taking in a play or a movie. Pecorino Romano offers Tuscan cuisine featuring homemade pasta and fresh local seafood. Dennis Public Market, famous for their steak tips and sandwiches to go, is conveniently located at the top of Beach St. They also operate DPM’s Surfside Grill located on Corporation Beach. With beachside picnic tables and a beach access play area for kids, you can order a lobster grilled cheese or a hot dog with a spectacular sunset view. Chapin’s and Gina's by the Sea are both excellent restaurants at the end of Beach St. and open seasonally. Finally, your visit wouldn’t be complete without a visit to famous Smugglers Ice Cream. If you’re at the beach and in the mood for pizza, just call the award winning Showtime Pizza. They’ll deliver to you at the beach. Zest Café and Juice Bar is open seasonally for a healthy refreshing smoothie.
As one of the top scenic byways in the country, scenic Rte 6A hugs the inner coast of Cape Cod, winding its way through picturesque villages and breathtaking saltmarshes. The road is lined with dozens of local shops, making it a perfect destination for shopping. Hunt for antiques or pick up souvenirs and gifts. A few of our favorites in the Village are The Barn and Co., Nancy’s Candy and The Vintage Shop. Heading toward Brewster, Sydenstriker Glass Gallery & Workshop, Spectrum of American Artists, and Scargo Pottery all show off the artistic talents of the Cape. Located in the heart of Brewster, visit The Brewster Store where you can find a bit of everything.
The Cape Northside beaches have cool clear water and great low tide flats which expands the beach area for recreation. The beaches are active at sunset and offer a rare east coast sunset over the ocean. Sesuit Harbor Marina and Restaurant offers casual outdoor harborside dining and one of the Cape's best lobster rolls. A sunset cruise is also available at Sesuit Harbor. Ocean Edge Resort, offers outdoor dining and bar in the nearby town of Brewster. Route 6A is a historically preserved road that connects Sandwich, Dennis, Barnstable, Yarmouthport to Brewster, Orleans and offers many shops and art galleries. When you want to admire the great works of culture, head over to the Cape Cod Museum of Art. The famous Chatham downtown and resorts are located 20+/- miles east of Dennis. Not far is Hyannis Harbor which offers Ferry access to Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket and many shopping and historic sites.