Cape Cod Vacation Rentals, Especially Chatham - Lodging, Accommodations During Summer, Winter, Fall and Spring in Chatham, Massachusetts
Cape Cod Vacation Rentals and Chatham vacation rentals are very popular and feature very nice summer rentals and winter rentals. Both houses in this site are in very nice locations in Chatham, Cape Cod. One is a short walk to Hardings Beach in Chatham. Hardings Beach is home to the Stage Harbor lighthouse. You can walk Hardings Beach for about a mile until you get there. The Chatham Lighthouse and downtown area are also a short drive away from both of the Chatham vacation rentals. There are many Cape Cod vacation rentals, however, we feel that the two offered on this site are exceptionally special. Our Cape Cod vacation rentals are available in summer, fall, winter or spring. Right now we have two Chatham vacation rentals available.
Cape Cod is both Massachusetts' and New England's most popular travel destination during the summer months. There are many vacation rentals and it offers endless beaches, fantastic seafood, lots of activities for children and incomparable charm. From Chatham to Hyannis to Falmouth, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket, Cape Cod is truly one of the most special places in the world.
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Beautiful 4 Bdrm. House Close to Beach
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|The Chatham Light is one of many lighthouses found on the Cape and Islands. It is located at the elbow of Cape Cod.|
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Cape Cod is great for vacationers because it can offer a lot of leisure for people who just need to relax. It also offers many things to do to keep people very busy. There are whale watching tours, deep sea fishing excursions, endless restaurants and endless shopping opportunities. Additionally, if a person is staying in Chatham on the Cape and wants to visit Nantucket or Martha's Vineyard, there are several ferries available. A person can also choose to take a bike or a car over to the islands. Ferries depart from Harwich, Hyannis and Wood's Hole which is by Falmouth.
For the lighthouse fan, there are many available for viewing. Many stores sell Cape Cod maps that identify the locations of the lighthouses.
In the Chatham area, you can find the Chatham, Monomoy and Stage Harbor Lights. In the Hyannis area, the Point Gammon, Lewis Bay, Bishop & Clerks and South Hyannis Lights are main attractions. North of Hyannis on Cape Cod Bay you will find the Sandy Neck Lighthouse. In Eastham, the Nauset Light is very popular and down the road from there is a set of lights called Three Sisters. Up in Truro the Highland Light sits on a cliff over 180 feet above sea level. Continuing north to Provincetown you will find two more lighthouses; Race Point and Long Point. In the Bourne and Falmouth areas, people visit the Nobska, Tarpaulin Cove and Wings Neck Lighthouses. Martha's Vineyard has at least four lights; the East Point, West Point, Edgartown and Gay Head Lights. The Gay Head Light is particularly impressive. And, Nantucket has three lights; Brant Point, Great Point and Sankaty Head Lights. If you take a ferry to Nantucket, you will pass the Brant Point Light. In many ways, lighthouses capture the very essence of Cape Cod. It is an area that developed because of the sea and a former whaling industry. While many lighthouses are decommissioned, their presence reminds us all of the lives many of our forefathers once lived.
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