|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
|Living space||1600 square feet|
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|Theme||Beach, Ocean, Rural|
Description from the owner
Built in 2006 on the site of a historic Oyster shack, this home combines the look of a traditional cape structure with many modern touches and conveniences. Surrounded by nearly an acre of land, the home has 4 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths. The bedrooms all surround a central kitchen and great room. The great room has a 20 foot ceiling highlighted by transom windows that fill the room with natural light. The large screened-in porch on the front of the house and open air deck of the great room are both options for enjoying the the outdoors Other features include 3 flat screen tvs with cable (1 HD), blue ray/dvd player, video game console, and outdo...Read more
Additional Location Information
Between Marconi and Lecounts Hollow Beach on the bay side. 2 car garage and parking for 4 cars
Location Type Beach, Ocean, Rural
Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$200 - $350||$250 - $350||$1,300 - $2,275||$0||2 nights|
|Nov. 1 2012 - Mar. 31 2013
|All Other Dates||$350||$350||$2,275||-||7 nights|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
- Damage deposit - $300 / stay - Security Deposit
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: April 09, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Immersed in Cape Cod
Having never been to the North East before, I had high expectations nourished by many books (historical/ fictional novels) and paintings of this region.
Our stay at 25 abigail Lane fullfilled all of these romanticized ideas. The property itself is a delight--secluded and private, nature at it's best. The house is exactly what I imagined--comfortable, casual, somewhat whimsical with happy notes and a "family" ambience. It is easy to understand why the Millers must love it so.
The surrounding area has all the icons of Cape Cod and is so accessible--the beaches (dunes and sea grass, historical sights (Marconi Tower, old graveyards), museums (hard times and survival history), wonderful art galleries and harbors with fishing boats.
Wellfleet has some of the most unique and charming shops ever (great shopping--not just souvenirs).
And, the food!--so many top quality restaurants with seafood you won't ever forget. Follow the Millers' suggestions; they certainly know the area well.
This was one of the best vacations yet. No disappointments, everything superlative.
Linda King, Naples, FL.
Relaxed Family Reunion with a stunning view. Great for every age
We had a group of 9, including a 1, 5 and 7 year old, 2 seniors and everyone in between.
There were enough bedrooms, 2 living rooms each with a tv, a huge area for cooking and dining - enough space for a crowd. The kids loved collecting shells and poking around the private beach, the seniors loved the top deck overlooking the ocean.
It was the perfect place to come together and spend some downtime. Wellfleet is a beautiful, quiet town full of cafes and art. Not super touristy. We went off season, late September (very affordable) and there were hardly any guests anywhere. We found a 100 lb washed up Ocean Sunfish and went whale watching. 2 memorable highlights. Wanted to use the kayaks but the water only calmed down the day we left. We would definitely go again.
The owner was friendly, and very helpful, quick to respond to questions. In clean condition, lots of duvets and blankets. Just need to bring sheets or rent them nearby.
You won't want to leave!!
This home is nestled among pine trees off the main road thus making it a quiet,seculated,& restful environment. The screened in porch and/or patio are inviting places to read. The flat screened Tv's & Dvd's provide entertainment for adults as well as children/young adults! The property is large so children can play outdoor games... volleyball, frisbee,and/or tag (a game long forgotten).
The kitchen is well equipped; however, I would dine at the restaurants the owner recommends. Touring Wellfleet and/or the beaches, all aged groups would have fun!!
Ft. Thomas, KY
Just returned from my first visit to Cape Cod. The Miller property is a perfect home base from which to scout out the peninsula. Two "must dos" are 1) a healthful morning walk through an historic cemetery to Pb's French Bakery, and 2) a mile jaunt or ride to the end of Old Wharf Road for a serene view of the Bay (we didn't stay for the sunset but vow to on our next visit). I also highly recommend the two-hour guided walking tour of Wellfleet. Clam digging was a first for me and worth the early morning rise. Best of all was wearily coming back "home" to 25 abigail each night for drinks, dinner and a movie on their giant TV. I've been to about five similar vacation rentals and this is my favorite. Rosemary Stein
Perfect place for a beach stay
We stayed here for a week and really enjoyed it! We took full advantage of the wonderful house and found ourselves staying in a few nights grilling and cooking lobster. The house was so close to the beaches and restaurants too so everything was convinient which I think is so important on a vacation! I would recommend this place to anyone.
Great Summer Rental
We had a great week at this rental house. We loved the big family room, screened in porch and one level living. The yard was large and the house was in proximity to many great restaurants, beaches, bike paths and shopping. All the things a beach house should be.
Best place to stay
We stayed here for a week in July and I can't think of a place that would have been any better for our family! The proximity to everything from the beach to dining was perfect! The house had everything we needed. A couple of our favorite things were the screened in porch, the giant yard and the tempurpedic bed. We look forward to staying here again next summer!
a comfortable, inviting place to stay, beautifully furnished
We rented this wonderful house for 10 days last Christmas and New Year's. First of all, the house surroundings are really unique -- sunny lawn on one side and forest on the other. You can walk to the beach or the marsh within a mile or two, if I remember right. Every day we were there was different - going to town, walking miles and miles along the beach or through the woods and marshes, going to the nearby French pastry bistro that had spectacular Christmas Eve and New Years' dinners. And all the lobster shacks!
The house itself is bright with sunlight, open in the common areas and yet has privacy in the bedrooms. Everything in the house appears new, although it still retains the bungalowish charm of Cape Cod. We didn't use the outdoors very much, since it was winter -- but the outdoor shower and many outside doors and screened porch were inviting. We'd definitely like to come back in the summer. It was perfect for our family of five, including a 90-year-old gentleman who does not walk very easily, so there are very few steps.
Thank you, Tim and Chris, for making our stay so easy and comfortable!
Amy and Eric Savener ; )
P.S. We started a tradition - We left a wine opener. What will you leave at 25 abigail?