The Captain Tom Lawrence House Inn has welcomed travelers from around the world for more than a quarter of a century. Many, many visitors have experienced this gracious, historic inn and the beautiful seaside Village of Falmouth.
This Falmouth bed and breakfast is just a short walk from Main Street restaurants and shops.
The Captain Tom Lawrence House Inn is an intimate inn, for those who appreciate fine accommodations and warm hospitality. The rooms, which are centrally air conditioned and include a private bathroom, are individually decorated and equipped with conveniences such as cable television, mini refrigerators, and free wireless Internet access. A gourmet breakfast served each morning ensures that your day gets off to a great start.
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. Whether it's a special occasion, weekend getaway, or business trip, the Captain Tom Lawrence House Inn is for you!
See our blog for more information about special events in the area and our Specials Page for opportunities to make the most of your visit. Check availability on our website or give us a call at 800-266-8139.
We look forward to welcoming guests - old and new - to our Inn!
Jim & Anne
» Woods Hole Aquarium
05/18/13 from Falmouth Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast
Did you know that the country's oldest aquarium is located just down the road in Woods Hole? The Woods Hole Science Aquarium was established in 1875 by Spencer Baird, the first US Fisheries Commissioner. Today, it is owne..
» 2013 Falmouth Road Race Registration is Open!
05/08/13 from Falmouth Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast
The course as it winds its way around Nobska Lighthouse. The registration lottery for the 2013 Falmouth Road Race is now open for non-Falmouth residents. Registration, through the website only at www.falmouthroadr..
» Museums on the Green Open on May 11
04/27/13 from Falmouth Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast
The Falmouth Museums on the Green open their 2013 season on May 11. We'll be excited to see the exhibit "A Plate Full of History", which details Falmouth's history as the third largest whaling port on the east coast during the 19..
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