Take a step back in time at our Falmouth bed and breakfast inn.

Nestled back from the road and teeming with history, the Captain Tom Lawrence House Inn combines fine accommodations with traditional New England warmth and charm.

Now a New England bed and breakfast, this property was once the home of a successful whaling captain, Tom Lawrence, who built it for his wife and children in 1861. It remained in the Lawrence family until the 1970s and has been a bed and breakfast inn for nearly 30 years. As we celebrate 15 years owning the Captain Tom Lawrence House Inn, we fondly reflect on the many guests who have experienced our historic home and the beautiful seaside Village of Falmouth.

We invite you to make yourself at home with us. In addition to your guestroom, you'll enjoy our spacious sitting room, accented with comfortable furnishings and a variety of antique accessories. Daily newspapers, magazines, and plenty of information about local interests will acquaint you with the area so you can make the most of your stay in Falmouth. We look forward to helping you plan your time here.

We think breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Served from 8 to 9 AM, breakfast changes daily and always includes freshly brewed coffee and selection of teas, juice, fresh fruit dish, baked good, and one of a variety of creative entrees. For those getting an early start, a "breakfast bag" with juice, yogurt, fruit, and baked good is always available. We work to accommodate special dietary needs.

Whole wheat Belgium waffles served with seasonal fruit syrups - the Inn's specialty – and crepes, omelets, or breakfast stratas are just some of the fine recipes you'll enjoy before a day exploring Cape Cod and the Islands. In addition to herbs from our garden, we use locally grown fruits and vegetables whenever possible and, of course, we make ample use of Cape Cod cranberries. Coffee cakes, scones, sweet breads, or muffins - baked fresh daily - complement the sit-down breakfast. Afternoon snacks include home-baked sweets and lemonade or apple cider.