Guest Services

Welcome to the Sea Meadow Inn!

We are happy you chose to stay with us.  The romantic Cape Cod bed & breakfast, Sea Meadow Inn, is your place for relaxation or that special Cape Cod romantic getaway.  If you need anything throughout your stay, please don’t hesitate to let us know.  We’ll do our best to accommodate all requests.  Below is information to make your stay more pleasurable.  Additional information, such as menus, is available in the Guest Services book in each room.

Amenities: Your stay at the Inn includes free WIFI, newspapers in the dining room,  an extensive selection of brochures for area attractions, 24 hour guest pantries, a laptop and printer for guest use, full size iron and ironing board, private label amenities, 42” HD televisions in each room, Ipod alarm clocks, bathrobes, hair dryers, beach towels, beach chairs, and personal water bottles.

Quiet hours at the Sea Meadow Inn are from 10 p.m. to 8 a.m.  Feel free to stay up and socialize in our common rooms, but please respect other guests who may retire earlier.

A three course breakfast is served between 8 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. in the dining room or on the dining deck.  Coffee service in the dining room is usually ready by 7:15 a.m. for early risers and we recommend sitting out on the deck, weather permitting, while you wait for breakfast to be served.  We do prepare our breakfasts to order, so your patience is appreciated.  Please let David know if you have special dietary requirements the night before so we can prepare breakfast for you.  The menu for the following day is posted at the end of each breakfast.  It is also helpful to know if you prefer decaffeinated coffee.

Checkout is normally 11a.m.

Our guest pantries in the dining room and in the front room of the Inn are open 24 hours a day.  A Keurig machine, coffee-tea-cocoa, bottled water, snacks, baked goodies and ice are all available at no charge.

Bathroom amenities are not replaced every day.  We provide private label soap, shampoo, conditioner, hand lotion, toothpaste and mouth wash.  Should you wish replacements, please help yourself from the supplies on the first floor in the guest pantry or on the second floor in the common room.

Our beds are sometimes too soft for some guests.  If you experience discomfort and would like a firmer mattress, please let David know at breakfast.  We can remove the “feather top” during maid service. Please let us know in advance if you require a “down-free” bed.

Our top restaurant choices for lunch or dinner (depending on their operating hours) are:  Brewster Fish House, Marshside Restaurant, Scargo Café, and the Red Pheasant Inn.

The Cape Cod Rail Trail follows a former railroad right-of-way for 22 miles through the towns of Dennis, Harwich, Brewster, Orleans, Eastham and Wellfleet. Its paved surface, few hills, and well-marked automobile crossings make it ideal for cyclists. The trail has a wide unpaved shoulder on one side to accommodate horseback riding, walkers, and runners.  There are many opportunities to get off the trail and visit a beach. Food and water are also readily available and public restrooms can be found at Nickerson State Park, Salt Pond Visitors Center at Cape Cod National Seashore and the National Seashore Headquarters. If you do not have a bike, bike rentals are available at many points along the way.  We recommend the Cape Cod Rail Trail Bike Shop in Brewster.

For shopping, we suggest Lemon Tree Village, Provincetown, Main Street Chatham, or a stop at any of the shops along 6A.

Typical driving times from the Inn to Nauset Beach (19 mins.), Chatham (23 mins.), Provincetown (48 mins.), Hyannis (26 mins.), Orleans (13 mins.), Woods Hole (70 mins. ), and Sandwich (33 mins.).

Many of our guests fit in a trip to Nantucket or Martha’s Vineyard during their stay.  Since the Steamship Authority’s schedules change by the season, we suggest you check directly on their website www.steamshipauthority.com/ssa/downloadsch.cfm for current schedules.  For your planning purposes, we do begin breakfast at 8 a.m., so please reserve your ferry ticket keeping in mind your breakfast and the travel time to the terminals in either Hyannis or Woods Hole.