10 best things to do on the Cape (before you die!)

May 3rd, 2016 by parsonageinn

It’s clearly the season of the “10 best things”, so with so much to choose from on the Cape, spectacular beaches and landmarks, wonderful natural resources and fabulous restaurants, we thought we’d add our own experiences and Cape Cod favorites. 1    Herring Run This annual “pilgrimage” takes place from late April for about six weeks.  Herrings are […]

Fresh organic breakfast on the Cape every morning

April 17th, 2016 by parsonageinn

If you didn’t already know it, or perhaps you might have already guessed, we have a passion for fresh and wherever possible organic produce for our guests. As Jo says,” no processed foods, everything freshly prepared and shopped each day to ensure we only have the freshest, finest ingredients”.  So to ensure a fresh organic breakfast every morning, […]

“Going organic?”, we always have been!

February 28th, 2016 by parsonageinn

“Going organic” is an expression that is constantly thrown around today and whenever possible our breakfasts have always featured organic or homegrown products. We believe this is a better option for your health and more eco friendly option in terms of the environment and the treatment of animals. Organic options are more readily available now and […]

Planning the perfect Valentines weekend

January 27th, 2016 by parsonageinn

A special Valentines It’s that time of the year again to plan for the perfect romantic Valentines weekend. What better than looking at a break centrally located on the Lower Cape, near to Orleans, Chatham and just a 30 minute drive to Provincetown Town.  All have their unique charms and romantic attractions offering everything from, wonderful galleries and […]

Shop Local – the current buzzword

February 24th, 2015 by parsonageinn

It’s interesting to experience the rise of the shop local campaigns over the last couple of years.   Moving to the Cape from Annapolis MD three years ago, we had the enormous Annapolis Mall just a short 10 minute drive away and our “go to” supermarkets tended to be Trader Joe’s and Wholefoods Store, where we bought in bulk […]

The “King’s Lumber”

August 6th, 2014 by parsonageinn

For many of you who have stayed with us, you’ll no doubt be aware of our gorgeous original 1770’s pumpkin pine floors.  We love showing them off and reminding guests that the lady who restored them insists that, if your guests are going “out on the town” in heals, they must wear their flops to the […]

Organic produce and “Back to Basics”

May 26th, 2014 by parsonageinn

We often hear the expression of “talk the talk” to “walk the walk”.   Jo and I are both passionate about our food, offering dishes freshly prepared and inspired by local, seasonal and wherever possible organic produce and ingredients.  We really do believe it makes a difference, both taste wise and more importantly from a health perspective.  […]

The Lower Cape “herring run” Brewster

April 23rd, 2014 by parsonageinn

This annual “pilgrimage” takes place from mid April for about a month and indirectly announces the beginning of warmer weather.  Last year we experienced it for the first time, I am not sure what we were expecting, but I can say we were not prepared for what we witnessed. Herrings are anadromous, meaning that although they spend […]

Planning your summer on the Cape

March 12th, 2014 by parsonageinn

With March finally here we can say with some certainty that this winter is one for the record books.  Snow and lots of it, freezing temperatures and lots of them! But March means Spring, daylight time is rapidly lengthening, temperatures are rising (55f today!) and all around us businesses seem to be getting a fresh […]

Fall is for Festivals on Cape Cod!

September 10th, 2013 by parsonageinn

Think of Cape Cod and perhaps you imagine the outdoors, gorgeous weather,the national seashore, abundant wildlife, sailing, biking and of course wonderful restaurants.  However all this does not end on Labor Day, in fact on the contrary, some of the best weather can be found in September and October, the beaches are not crowded, the bike […]

Wide-eyed and speechless!

August 29th, 2013 by parsonageinn

There is literally nothing to compare the sight of humpback whales gently swimming alongside your boat and then gracefully diving.  Apart from the gasps from fellow whale watchers, it really does leave you speechless. After our first season at the Inn and some wonderful recommendations from our guests, we were finally able to experience for ourselves […]

Not just a pretty face!

July 19th, 2013 by parsonageinn

It’s an interesting thought, but when one considers a break on the Cape, plans or activities that immediately spring to mind might include; the wonderful beaches and dunes, the salty air, fabulous trails, spectacular sunsets, or an abundance of fish restaurants. Perhaps the arts should be added to that list. Whether it’s an outdoor and […]

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