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Description from the manager
Great newly renovated four bedroom home with loft area situated atop forested dune overlooking Wellfleet Bay, Blackfish Creek and Drummers Cove. You will enjoy the spectacular views of the marsh, cape cod bay and stunning sunsets. Walk to the beach and enjoy swimming at mid-high tide; get your permit and shellfish in front of the property for oysters and clams at low tide.. You will discover all that the Wellfleet area has to offer, great restaurants, art galleries, antique shops, bike trails, canoeing or kayaking plus the wonderful National Seashore beaches. You will cherish your memories of evenings on the deck watching a beautiful Cape Cod...Read more
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|Rate Summary||$0||$4,750 - $5,000||$0||7 nights|
|General Rate||-||$4,750 - $5,000||-||7 nights|
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AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 22, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Beautiful & well equiped
Lovely home well equiped inside and out. Would definitely rent again.
Caveat to families with toddlers-the spiral staircase would be a real disaster.
Stay away from Indian Neck Beach-everyone cut their feet on the rocks/shells. Newcomb Hollow great beach for older kids and younger adults-big walk for grandparents & small children
Wellfleet Tidal Wonder
Chevy Chase, Maryland
A lovely house in a perfect Cape Cod location
The house is comfortable, well equipped, and very nicely decorated. But more than anything else, it's setting makes it quite special. Watching the tides come and go on Blackfish Creek, with the backdrop of Great Island and Cape Code Bay, was extraordinary. I have only two concerns/suggestions about the house: 1. The spiral staircase, which I did not realize was the way to get to the downstairs bedrooms, made it a bit hard for some to go up and down, and a bit unsafe for my toddler-aged granddaughter. Not much to be done about that, I realize, but I do think that those who rent the house should know explicitly about the staircase. Second, I would strongly recommend some window coverings that could keep the strong afternoon sun out of the house, at least for part of the time. The house gets extremely hot from that sun, which is lovely to look at and experience otherwise. Window coverings on more of the windows would also make sense (since I do believe the neighbors could see into the master bedroom), but particularly in the dining area, I think some sort of shade/blind that could go up and down and keep out the harsh sun, would help with keeping the house cool. I was there during an extremely hot spell, and perhaps this is not a problem at other times, but it definitely was during my stay.