For the complete list : http://www.cnn.com/2016/05/26/travel/dr-beach-top-10-us-beaches-2016/index.html
Top 5 Tips for Finding a Great Eastham Summer Vacation Rental
#5. Know your room count. How many bedrooms will you need? How many bathrooms? Who is willing to share a room and who is not? Do you need more space to spread out or is cozy perfect for you? These can make or break your relaxation time with your family and friends.
#4. Amenities Needed vs Amenities Wanted. Do you need a washer and dryer, or would you just like to have the convenience of them? Can you go without A/C? How about internet? The kids want to watch their shows and movies, is there expanded cable? Wireless? Know what you will actually need on your vacation and make sure that it’s listed.
#3. Plan your budget. All vacation properties have fees, make sure that you factor that into your budget range. If you don’t know what the fees are, inquire. Most websites will give you a breakdown on the fees and security deposit charges.
#2. Best Vacation Dates. Be flexible in your date ranges. The house that you find may not have your week available but may have another week open that would work for you. If you only have a certain week available to vacation, start looking as soon possible. The earlier you start your search the better your chances of getting the house that you love.
#1. Location, Location, Location. Everyone wants to vacation on the water or within a short walking distance. The closer you are to the water the higher the price will be. Fortunately Eastham has 9 public beaches and the National Seashore all within 14 square miles so you are never far. What more can you ask for? We’ll see you on the beach.
7/6 (Monday), 7pm-9pm Nauset Beach Concerts:
Greg Johnson and 45 RPM
Nauset Beach, Orleans, MA
7/6 (Monday), 7pm-8pm Windmill Green Concerts:
Peking and the Mystics Vintage Vocals
Eastham Windmill Green, Eastham, MA
7/7 (Tuesday), 6pm-7pm The Music in the Park Concerts:
Village Green, next to Snow Library, Orleans, MA
The eleventh month of the year, even though the name “Novem” in Latin means nine. It is the month of celebration, of thankfulness, of mindfulness. November is also Sweet Potato Awareness month. For the cooler nights you might want to try Spicy Sweet Potato and Coconut Soup for something different. We’ve had a really mild fall this year, with lovely warm days and cool nights. Soon enough the trend will change to winter. But not just yet.
Now is the time of the swish of drying leaves as the breeze stirs them to rustling, those that still cling to the trees that is. A light jacket is all you need when walking along the sun soaked bike paths. A rare sound of a lawn mower hangs in the distance, perhaps a leaf blower as well. Smiles are held with ease as you pass another, the sun still calls… beckoning your presence. A last hurrah before the cooler days come.
Check out this year’s November Events : Cape Cod November Events. We’ll see you there.
To Spring or Not to Spring, that is the question.
The Ides of March have passed, taking along with it the chill of winter’s touch. The sun’s shining, the birds are signing, even the crickets are chirping in the early evenings now. It’s about time that Spring finally came, it seems that it took forever to get here. As we begin to open our homes to the warmer air draw back the heavy curtains to let in the light the dust from the long and brutal winter stir, sparkling in the rays of sunlight. Wait, dust?! Company’s coming to the Cape! Alas it’s time again, the time of the Spring Cleaning. Not sure where to start? Here’s a Spring Check List that you can use to help with that. Click Here to Download.