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Waterfront Restaurants on Cape Cod

It should come as no surprise that Cape Cod offers a number of casual and romantic waterfront dining experiences that feature spectacular views and sunsets, along with the freshest seafood and fish, premium steaks, burgers and, of course, fried clams. Best of all, you won’t need to travel far from your base at the Seadar […]

Christmas on Cape Cod: Holiday Happenings

While Cape Cod summers are always memorable, there’s still plenty to do on the Cape during the colder months. If you’ll be visiting the Cape over the holiday season, you’ll find no shortage of exciting activities. Several Cape Cod villages put on festive Christmas strolls, complete with Main Streets decorated for the season and plenty […]

No Shortage of Attractions on Cape Cod in the Fall

Fall can be the best time to visit Cape Cod. The traffic is gone, the lodging rates have decreased by a substantial amount, parking is readily available, and the weather is cool and spectacular. Although the Cape quiets down, that doesn’t mean you must resign yourself to hours of reading or taking long walks on […]

Dining Around: Restaurants in Harwich Port

Harwich Port has become one of Cape Cod’s hottest, hippest places to eat, and you don’t have to travel far from the Seadar Inn to take in the restaurant scene. From casual neighborhood restaurants serving gourmet pizzas and eclectic pubs perfect for taking in a big sports event to fine dining in a sea captain’s […]

Walk on the Wine Side

No need to travel beyond Cape Cod to find homegrown grapes of the Gods. Oenophiles probably don’t think of Cape Cod as a wine destination. But connoisseurs of the grape might be slightly shocked to learn that there are three Cape Cod wineries, and all are within convenient driving distance of the Seader Inn. In […]

Cape Cod’s Craft Beer Craze

Part of the allure of Cape Cod is that change comes slowly to our beloved sandbar; you can still find a good cup of chowder at virtually every restaurant and a proper clam shack in nearly every town. So you may think that the craft beer craze is years away from gaining any traction on […]

Living la Vida “Local”

Cape Cod is a different animal during the winter. The traffic is gone, beach parking is free and readily available and there are many peaceful spots for reflection and relaxation. But even though much of the Cape quiets down when the calendar flips to January, that doesn’t mean visitors must resign themselves to hours of […]

Cape Cod Kayaking is a Paddler’s Nirvana

A lot of families start making summer vacation plans when they’re all gathered together over the holidays. If your family includes kayakers, plan on coming to Cape Cod.  With protected ocean routes on both Vineyard Sound and Cape Cod Bay, and innumerable rivers, marshes and ponds, you could spend an entire summer kayaking here and […]

Day Tripping: Charming Chatham (Part II)

With its postcard-perfect beauty and endless array of world-class dining, lodging and shopping, Chatham, Massachusetts has earned a reputation for being the very embodiment of the quintessential Cape Cod village. It’s just a 10-minute drive from Seadar Inn by the Sea, so a daytrip – or even a ‘half-daytrip’ – is very doable when you’re […]

Day Tripping: Charming Chatham (Part I)

Although we’re huge fans of Harwich Port, our hometown, we also think nearby Chatham, Massachusetts is pretty special too. Since it’s just a few miles away from the Seadar Inn, why not take a quick daytrip and check out this charming little seaside village? There are so many things to do in Chatham that we’ve […]

Cape Cod Lighthouses: An Enduring Symbol of Safety

With even the most basic ocean-going boats now having onboard radar, the practical purposes of many of the lighthouses on Cape Cod is waning yet millions of dollars have been spent moving the lighthouses of Cape Cod, and Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket, inland away from our eroding shores. We’re not sure if it’s the history […]

Oh, For the Love of Golf

If you’ve got golf on the brain, you’re going to fall in love with ‘old Cape Cod,’ where you’ll find many of the best golf courses on Cape Cod are located within minutes of Seadar Inn. Closest to the inn, just a mile away, is the Harwich Port Golf Club which bills itself as a […]

Biking the Trails of Cape Cod

Whether you have a variety of tots and tykes in tow or you’re seriously considering competing in the next Tour de France, you’ll find a biker’s paradise on Cape Cod. Since the opening of the Cape Cod Rail Trail in 1976, Cape Cod has been at the forefront of creating safe bike routes which are […]

Whales, Seals & Sharks: You’ve Got to See It to Believe It!

When you’re deciding what to do on your Cape Cod vacation, make a smart decision and opt for whale watching or seal watching. And in case you haven’t heard – it has actually made national news…many times – there are sharks in the waters off Cape Cod which means that shark watching is also now […]

Striped Bass Fishing on Cape Cod

Is spending quality time with your family your idea of a great Cape Cod vacation? Do you have someone in the family who has an unfulfilled hunter-gatherer need? Do you absolutely love the ocean? Or seafood? If you answered “yes” to any – or all – of the above, put a striped bass charter fishing […]

Where is Cape Cod?

As far as we’re concerned, Cape Cod is as close to paradise as you’ll ever get, but it’s quite possible we’re slightly biased. And while we may think ‘Everyone knows where Cape Cod is!’ that’s not necessarily true. There are two ways to approach the very simple question of ‘Where is Cape Cod?’ – from […]

What is the Best Time to Visit Cape Cod?

It’s a question we’re often asked at Seadar Inn by the Sea and, really, the answer depends on your idea of the perfect Cape Cod vacation. Our Cape Cod beach hotel is open from late April through late October, so naturally we’re partial to spring, summer and fall! But this isn’t about us. It’s about […]

Day Tripping: Provincetown

Located about an hour from Seadar Inn by the Sea, Provincetown is a bastion of beautiful beaches, colorful people, and shopping and dining. If you’ll be on Cape Cod for a few days, plan on spending one of them in this world-famous art colony. What to Do: Whale Watching: Provincetown is the whale watching capitol […]

Would You Like to Go for a Walk?

Because the water surrounding Cape Cod stays fairly warm well into the fall, late autumn days tend to be a tad toastier here than in other parts of Massachusetts and southern New England. With sunny days often well above 50 degrees, it’s a great time to get outside and take advantage of some of the […]

Within Walking Distance: 5 Exceptional Eateries

Whether it’s to savor the setting sun and a little people watching, or because you’d like to enjoy an adult beverage or two, being able to walk to a great selection of restaurants while you’re vacationing on Cape Cod is just one of the benefits of staying at the Seadar Inn by the Sea. As […]