Local Treasures

  • Sesuit Harbor Café: Located 5 minutes from SHH on the waterfront of Sesuit Harbor – great for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Watch the boats go by as you enjoy your meal. Delicious clams, lobster, and the Café’s famous lobster roll.  Visit the Sesuit Harbor Cafe website. A quintessential Cape Cod experience not to be missed! Take the experience on the water and book a cruise on the Lobster Roll: www.lobsterrollcruises.com.

  • Eden Hand Art for Dennis Screwball Bracelets: Travel less than one mile down Route 6A to visit this hidden treasure and pick up some handmade, one of a kind jewelry. Don’t be confused – get the real thing!

  • Scargo Tower & Princess Beach: Both on Scargo Lake, a short walk from the motel. The historical tower affords a breathtaking view of the bay and all of Cape Cod in the winter months! Princess Beach is great for families with small children, especially on those windy beach days. Great kayaking and canoeing here!

  • The Cape Playhouse and Theater: Celebrating more than 80 seasons, the Cape Playhouse is proud to be America’s Oldest Professional Summer Theatre. Legend has it that Betty Davis was discovered here when she was an usher. Always a great show! 

  • Bray Farm: A quaint, historic, 22-acre farm which is listed on the National Register of Historical Places. Originally owned by Richard Taylor in 1639, two farm hands named George and William Bray acquired the land making it the Taylor-Bray Farm.

  • Parasail & Jet Ski: From near-by Sesuit Harbor! 

  • Fishing: Fishing charters out of Sesuit Harbor are a great way to spend the day. We highly recommend Captain Bob Tolley: www.windsweptcharters.com and Captain Wayne Bergeron at www.capecodsportfishing.com .