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Bed and Breakfast of Waquoit Bay is situated on three acres on the banks of the Childs River. Relax in the spacious great room with an extensive library and art gallery of original paintings. Feast on a delicious a la carte full country breakfast.

The bed and breakfast is a venue for garden wedding, rehearsal dinners, family gatherings, and business seminars. Nearby activities include golfing, tennis, biking, sailing, kayaking, canoeing, and antiquing.

Location: 176 Waquoit Hwy, East Falmouth Massachusetts 02536 Telephone 508-457-0084 Toll Free: 866-457-0084

Other Bed and Breakfasts and Country Inns nearby:
(Vineyard Haven) 1720 House
(Newport) Abigail Stoneman Inn
(Newport) Almy Cottage Bed and Breakfast
(Barnstable) Ashley Manor Inn
(Harwich) Augustus Snow House
(Newport) Aurelea Bed & Breakfast

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