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About Harwich

Harwich has many strings to its idyllic beach holiday bow, but one of the most photographed is Wychmere Harbor, with its graceful yachts. This is also one of the most photographed spots in all of Cape Cod. Harwich’s beaches are a close second, followed by its art galleries and great restaurants. Our Guru’s list of the best places to stay in Harwich includes some lovely beachside properties, plus some historic charmers. But generally the best places to stay in Harwich are those with beach access, because some beaches restrict parking to residents.

For great value

  • The Platinum Pebble Inn is on the Lower Cape, near the ‘elbow’ of the peninsula, just behind the beautiful Belmont Road Beach. Built in the 1850s, these days the eight rooms feel modern yet simple. There’s a pool and lovely gardens. If you want to relax and do the odd bit of sailing, cycling, swimming and strolling, this is the inn for you. Rooms start from just $149 per night.

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    • Platinum Pebble Inn 8 rooms from $149


      Historic 1850s inn minutes from the beautiful Belmont Road Beach on Cape Cod. The rooms are simple and modern, with chic leather furnishings and bold colours. The inn is secluded and features a peaceful outdoor pool and garden with fireplace. It is also committed to being eco-friendly.

      Eco break  -  The hotel is powered by renewable energy sources, participates in the Clean the World initiative, and uses eco-friendly products
      Active Holiday  -  Many outdoor activities are on offer: hiking & biking on Cape Cod Rail Trail, swimming, sailing, and kitesurfing, to name a few
      Beach Life  -  Belmont Road Beach is a 5 minute drive/ 15 minute walk away
      Swimming Pool  -  The unheated outdoor pool is nestled at the heart of the inn, and is open from May to October.
      Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith
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