Romantic Queen Anne style Cape Cod B&B with beautiful woodwork, warm fireplaces and elegant antique furnishings, located in Falmouth’s historic district.


81 Palmer Avenue
Falmouth, MA 02540


Rooms & Rates

This property has 16 guest rooms with Queen Beds or King beds and private bathrooms. One three room suite/cottage. Payment types accepted include Visa, Master Card, Discover, Travelers Checks and Personal Checks. Card, American Express and Travelers Checks. Rates range from $169 to $299 depending on time of year. Rates Include Full Breakfast and Afternoon Refreshments.

Available Room Service

  • Early Morning Tea/Coffee upon request
  • Full Breakfast
  • Afternoon Refreshments

Inn Amenities

  • Air Conditioning (window)
  • Beach Chairs | Beach Towels
  • Bicycles available
  • Board Games
  • Cable TV
  • Hairdryers
  • Alarm Clock
  • Refrigerator
  • Queen Beds, King beds
  • Iron, Ironing Boards
  • Gardens or Outdoor Guest areas
  • Free Parking (limited to 1 car per guest room)
  • Free WiFi
  • Easy Walk to Village
  • Fireplaces
  • Whirlpool Tubs

Inn Policies

  • Cash Accepted
  • Travelers Checks Accepted
  • Visa
  • Non-smoking Property
  • Childrens 12+ welcome
  • Master Card
  • American Express
  • Discover

Wine Weekend is upon us; experience Cape Cod like never before. The first-ever wine weekend will take place the weekend of April 24-26. Many of the B&B’s are offering incredible packages that all include tickets to the anchor event happening Saturday night at the Cultural Center of the Falmouth Museums on the Green. This event will feature eight carefully selected wines from Harborside Wines each paired with unbeatable cuisine from the award winning Eat Your Heart Out Catering. Wine weekend is the perfect time to experience the Cape before summer is in full swing.



The Captain’s Manor Inn is offering a wine reception on Friday night from 5-7 in their beautiful bistro area.

Baily’s By the Sea will have a wine and cheese social on Friday night with water views that can’t be beat!

Inn at Siders Lane’s package includes a “Welcome Wine and Cheese” gathering on Friday night as well as full breakfast each morning.

The Palmer House Inn will host a wine and cheese reception Friday night as well as a classic Cape Cod savory breakfast Saturday and a special Sunday breakfast.



Tickets to Saturday night’s event may be purchased outside of packages from The Captain’s Manor Inn.

April and May in Falmouth are the official kick off to our warm weather season. Join us for a long weekend as we celebrate spring with something for everyone.

Arrive in time for Spohr Gardens’ annual Daffodil Days event and you won’t be disappointed. This incredible six-acre garden sits on Oyster Pond and while open year round, the last two Saturdays in April promise thousands upon thousands of daffodils! Daffodil Days has been a tradition at the gardens since 2004, and in the years since, the town has banded together to plant daffodils all over Falmouth. Come for a long weekend and embark on a daffodil tour.

Spohr Gardens is walkable (or kayak/canoe-able) from the B&B’s in Falmouth, and admission is free while donations are appreciated.

From voting on your favorite May basket, to retail sales and dining specials, Falmouth Village Blooming (May 1st – 10th) can’t be missed. The first weekend will include a kids spring hat weekend, and an estate walk on the 3rd at Highfield Hall. There’s a lot going on May 5th; celebrate Cinco De Mayo with Anejo’s (the best Mexican food in town) who will be closing the street next to their restaurant and serving $5 burritos and margaritas with music to match. There’s also a May garden basket design workshop with Anna Holmes on the 5th from 6-8pm. On May 8th, The Locket Project sponsored by View Photography will exhibit “Calling All Heros”, a series of photos depicting special relationships between young boys and the men in their lives. There will be a beautiful story time on May 9th at Eight Cousins Book Store. Come enjoy a reading of Guess How Much I Love You and take photos with Little Nut Brown Hare.

Falmouth Village Blooming will go out with a bang on May 10th with the most incredible garden tour. The Falmouth B&B Association will open their gardens for tours and mini-workshops. Visit Captain’s Manor Inn to learn how cattle troughs are quickly becoming the next big trend in gardening. Saunter over to Palmer House Inn to learn to plant successful container gardens (refreshments provided). Bring the kids to Woods Hole Passage to participate in a child centered garden project and be sure to stop by Woods Hole Inn and Bailey’s by the Sea to enjoy tea and cookies on the porch.

However you like to celebrate spring, Falmouth has you covered!