The Captain Lawrence Inn has welcomed travelers from around the world for more than a quarter of a century. Many visitors have experienced this gracious, historic inn and the beautiful seaside Village of Falmouth. The Inn reflects the warmth and charm of the elegant whaling captain's home it once was. With its circular stairway, high ceilings, gleaming hardwood floors, and architectural detail, the Inn, which is listed on the National Historic Register, remains much as it was when Captain Lawrence and his family lived here more than a century ago. The rooms are centrally air conditioned and include a private bathroom. A delicious breakfast is included.
Steeped in history, the Inn offers a blend of New England tradition, Old World charm, and easy access to exploring the entire Cape and the nearby islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket.
» Think Spring!
02/13/15 from Falmouth Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast
It will come. Really! It does every year. So, it's not too early to think about a spring visit to Falmouth and the Captain Tom Lawrence House Inn . The Shining Sea Bikeway, Beebe Woods, 4 Ponds Conservation Area in Bourne, Th...
» Winter 2015 Farmers' Market
01/31/15 from Falmouth Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast
Who says a farmers' market needs to be outside? The warmth of the sunlit greenhouse at the Winter Market at Mahoney's is every bit as pleasant and the variety of fresh farm goods and local crafts is just as good. Vendors offer herb...
» Bill Staines Returns to Woods Hole in 2015
01/11/15 from Falmouth Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast
For 43 years, the Woods Hole Folk Society has been bringing world-class folk artists to the region. And for 43 years, singer-songwriter Bill Staines has been part of the lineup. Staines, who is based in New Hampshire, is best...