Sweet Private Cottage in West Yarmouth, Central A/C, big yard and pets are considered
Ready to rent for 2023!
This two-bedroom cottage sits on a nice piece of land that offers you a lot of outdoor space for the family to enjoy the Cape Cod weather! It offers an outdoor shower which is great when coming from the beach or pond!
The Primary bedroom has a Queen Sized bed, TV and Window A/C to cool you down on the hot summer nights!
The Secondary bedroom has a twin bed with a trundle underneath it!
The main living area is an open concept with nice size TV and optimal seating for the family. The kitchen is well equipped with everything that you could possibly need.
One of the oldest towns on Cape Cod, Yarmouth enjoys shoreline on both Cape Cod Bay and Nantucket Sound and offers three distinctive villages rich in history – West Yarmouth, Yarmouth Port and South Yarmouth.
To the north is the village of Yarmouth Port, an attractive unspoiled area that is completely New England in feeling and runs along historic Route 6A. Sea captain’s homes, antique shops, the Cape’s oldest inn, an antiquarian bookstores and a sprawling village green dot the main thoroughfare. Old stone walls and shady trees line the byway.
The Captain’s Mile along Route 6A is a self-guided tour of over 50 former sea captains’ homes - dating back to the late 1700s and early 1800s. The only furnished sea captain's home on Cape Cod regularly open to the public is The Captain Bangs Hallet House Museum, located less than a hundred yards off The Captains' Mile and operated by the Historical Society of Old Yarmouth.
The villages of West and South Yarmouth are more commercially settled. The Route 28 side is lined with hotels, motels, restaurants, souvenir shops, miniature golf courses and such visitor-friendly attractions as an inflatable water park. Bass River, the longest tidal river on the eastern seaboard, is surrounded by historic homes and elegant waterfront estates.
Yarmouth is both old and new—and both contribute mightily to its appeal, making it the study in contrasts which it is. It would be difficult to visit Yarmouth Port for any period without venturing into West and South Yarmouth’s commercial centers for shopping, dining or entertainment. Likewise, visitors whose lodging is situated on the southern shore will naturally gravitate to the bayside out of curiosity.
Nature walks and scenic hikes in the town take you through conservation areas and along marshes, ponds, and beaches. Popular trails include Callery-Darling Conservation Area and Crab Creek Conservation Area. In recent years, the Cape Cod Rail Trail was extended to South Yarmouth, providing a new entryway to the 25.5-mile paved rail trail that meanders all the way into Wellfleet (an extension into Barnstable is also planned). The town has four golf courses, including two municipal courses, and many areas for kayaking and paddleboarding, particularly Bass River.
Yarmouth is home to several beaches, from cozy bay beaches to expansive, sandy beaches. Windsurfing is a favorite activity at Seagull Beach, and Bass River Beach (also known as Smugglers Beach) has become known for its annual sandcastle contest.
Sunday to Sunday only.
Smoking is not permitted. Bed sheets, Pillowcases and Towels are provided.
This property allows you to park up to 4 vehicles, sleeps 4-6 comfortably and will possibly consider a small pet to join the family for vacation.
Travel Insurance is available upon request.
This property welcomes payment by e Check or Visa/MasterCard.