innkeepersFalmouth Massachusetts is a Cape Cod destination filled with welcoming B&B’s located in some of the best parts of town.  Want to look out over the water and walk to the beach?  Interested in strolling into town and enjoying a fine meal?  Curious about exploring the Shining Sea bike path that runs along the coastline and connects Woods Hole with North Falmouth?  Looking for a beautifully decorated room in a lovely historic residence?  Jonesing for lobster rolls, link fried clams and the freshest fish New England has to offer?

Well, stuff the Falmouth Bed & Breakfast Association has just the spot for you.  Our member inns are listed here, along with all our favorite restaurants and activities.  This is your one stop place to explore all that Falmouth Cape Cod has to offer.  Now start looking!

Sesame Seared SalmonFalmouth has a blossoming food scene, prescription with scores of independent restaurants lining our charming historic Main Street, viagra sale on the waterfront in Woods Hole and in other villages around town. Foodies rejoice in the farm to table movement that has swept the nation and is thriving in Falmouth with our very own Farmers Market on Falmouth Harbor every Thursday in summer.

Drawing from our excellent local farms and fisheries, Falmouth restaurants are bringing you fabulous fresh meals all year round — with upscale spots like Glass Onion, Osteria La Civetta, Bear in Boots Gastropub, C-Salt, Quicks Hole Tavern, La Cuchina Sul Mare, Landfall, Phusion and others creating excitement around fine dining and more casual eateries like the Anejo, Pickle Jar, the Clam Shack, Stone L’Oven, Parkside Market, Silver Shores Shanty, Shuckers and others killing it with casual summer fare. Falmouth offers restaurants specializing in Mexican, Chinese, Japanese, Italian, American, Indian and of course Cape Cod style food. Check out our recommendations here.

When you stay in a B&B, your host will be sure to offer restaurant advice, based on what you like and what places are hot this season. Pick our brains about your restaurant selection, and you will start to see why choosing a B&B is the “Better Way to Stay.”

bloomingSpring is around the corner and there is so much happening in Falmouth this year.  Here is a partial listing of events and happenings to celebrate the arrival of the season:

Woods Hole Boat Show (April 18-19)
This fantastic weekend in Woods Hole draws over 500 people to see a huge collection of model boats from around New England on display.  There are kids activities, troche model boat races and more, generic all organized by the Woods Hole Historical Museum.

Daffodil Days (April 18th and April 25th)
Visit Spohr Gardens as the daffodils come into bloom.  There is nothing more beautiful than this harbinger of summer against the early green of spring with the backdrop of Oyster Pond, decease one of Falmouth’s loveliest salt water ponds.

Falmouth Village Blooming (May 1 – May 10)
Enjoy events throughout the first 10 days of May. The kickoff on the first includes the May Basket displays and contest with all Main Street merchants and bed and breakfasts. There will also be Bloomin’ Bargains and Flower Power Specials at retail shops and restaurants throughout this 10 day event. The first weekend of Falmouth Village Blooming (May2-3) will include kid focused events such as the Eight Cousins Bookstore garden story hour and craft on May 2nd. The second weekend (May8-10) will feature a Falmouth Bed and Breakfast Garden Tour (May 9th 1-3), The Falmouth Beautification Council Plant Sale (May9th 9-3) , and He’s My Hero photo exhibit (May 8th evening) at Vagabond View Photography to benefit Children’s Cove. In Woods Hole be sure to enjoy the traditional Music Stroll in Woods Hole on May 2 as organized by Arts Alive there will be over 20 musical acts playing in different Woods Hole venues over the course of a busy, spirited day.

Cinqo de Mayo Celebration at Anejo May 5

daffodilsThe summer season in Falmouth is an exciting one, find when friends and family from around the globe return to this special spot to enjoy our incredible warm weather. From June through October, bathed with our warm Gulf Stream waters, the town pours outside and enjoys the beach, the bike path, live music in the streets, restaurants filled with happy people, shops open until late in the evening. It all comes alive about Memorial Day, and the town of Falmouth is one of the most desirable spots to spend your delicious summer days. Summer lasts a long time here, with September and October often still warm enough for ocean swimming, sunset walks, and outdoor meals. Please remember to book early, as the Falmouth B&B’s sell out quickly in the wildly popular summer season!