Our coastline often feels pristine and untouched, containing a thriving population of sea mammals and, of course, the apex predators which prey upon them.
It is simply a pure and absolutely breathtaking place. Among the last of the wild places.
We will connect you with activities and adventures to make your visit extraordinary.
Originally from Denmark, from a family involved in hospitality for generations, Iben arrived on the Cape in her teens and considers it home.
Prior to the Captain Lawrence, Iben spent many years as an excursion manager on Cunard line cruise ships, traveling the globe. Her years at sea were followed up with years on land, guiding land tours in Scotland, Morocco, Thailand, and France.
Iben divides her time between the Inn in Falmouth, and Washington, DC, where she is an Executive Officer with the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, and a senior manager with Conservation International.
The beaches here are well known as among the most beautiful in the world.
The clean North Atlantic waters ensconcing the Cape produce shellfish, blue water sports fish, and other edible delights known the world over.
Owner and Innkeeper Iben, originally from Denmark and raised on the Cape.
Iben spent years traveling the world as an excursion manager on Cunard cruise ships, and several more years guiding land tours in Scotland, Morocco, Thailand, and France. She has now returned to the place she considers home, Cape Cod.
Iben splits her time between Falmouth and Washington, DC, where she works as an Executive Officer with the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, and as a communications manager with Conservation International.