Travels

Luxury Resort Experience: Chatham Bars Inn

The Chatham Bars Inn located in Chatham, Massachusetts was founded by Charles Hardy in 1914 as a luxury beach side resort on Cape Cod.

From the moment guest step on the property, the Chatham Bar experience begins with early 1920s New England nautical luxury vibes and warm, welcoming, wood work in the lobby. Walking into the resort guest will feel as though they stepped into a much simpler time filled with lawn games, sailing, good food & drinks, and an overall sense of relaxation.

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Today, the resort is a popular destination for Cape Cod vacationers. The resort has 217 guest rooms (some with remarkable views of the Nantucket Sound), seven restaurants, a spa, a private beach & pool, and a fitness center.

The resort offers whale watching tours, fishing, pool side cabanas, croquet, sailing and so much more to take in everything a New England summer has to offer.

Guest have the option between luxurious cottages or ocean view suites or standard guest rooms in the main inn sleeping anywhere between 2 to 4 people. On average guest can expect to pay anywhere between $485 – $1,000 per night depending on the season.

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Pro tip 1: Seeking a wedding venue? The Chatham Bars Inn is a popular destination for a Cape Cod weddings.

Pro tip 2: Looking to esCAPE for the day? Book a service at the spa. Guest have the opportunity to utilize the spa pool for up to an hour prior or after spa services. After relaxing at the spa guest can take a short walk to the main inn to enjoy sips and nibbles at one of the many restaurants on property.

Interested in planning a nautical vacation to Cape Cod? Learn more about the Chatham Bars Inn here!

 

 

 

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