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Price and Availability Index for Cape Cod
Holiday Letting Price Information in Cape Cod
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Cape Cod. Cape Cod is most expensive in July (20/07 - 27/07), when prices are on average £305 a night. The week with the lowest average prices is in September (21/09 - 28/09).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Cape Cod
Check how busy Cape Cod is with our availability graph. More people travel to Cape Cod during a week in August (03/08 - 10/08). So far, 83% of the Cape Cod holiday lettings are occupied this week. People tend to travel to Cape Cod least during a week in September (21/09 - 28/09) when only 22% of the rentals are booked.
The Weather in Cape Cod
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 27°. No heat wave is expected in February, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a -5° low. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
Enjoy nature and history with Cape Cod holiday lettings
Shaped like a narrow arm, Cape Cod is one of the most distinctive geographical features on the New England coast. It was the site of the Pilgrims' first landing and once the home of the native Nauset people. Cape Codders are an intriguing motley community comprising of fishermen, farmers, artists, writers, retirees, factory workers, and more. This beautiful fishing and whaling spot has sealed its reputation as one of the Atlantic Coast's hottest destinations.
Visitors usually fly into Logan International Airport in Boston or Rhode Island's T. F. Green Airport, situated just south of Providence. Cape Cod also has its own public airport, Barnstable Municipal Airport, which is served by charters and some commercial flights. The easiest way to get to your Cape Cod holiday letting property is by taxi. To explore the whole region at a leisurely pace, you may also consider hiring a car.
Cape Cod Cuisine
Forego the usual burgers and shakes during your trip and tuck into some sumptuous buttered lobsters, fried clams, mussels, and Nantucket scallops at one of many traditional clam shacks in Cape Cod. Follow this up with a legendary New England clam chowder or lobster rolls. Recommended restaurants include Añejo Mexican Bistro & Tequila Bar in Falmouth, which regales diners with its codfish tacos and jack cheese enchiladas, or the Brazilian Grill in Hyannis for delicious Portuguese-style soups.
The food paradise of Provincetown is lined with waterside restaurants serving inventive seafood dishes. Alternatively, pick up some fresh produce at one of Provincetown's farmers' markets and return to your Cape Cod holiday letting to feast. The wine and beer tours conducted by Cod Beer, Cape Cod Winery, and Truro Vineyards are worth checking out too.
A Good Time to Visit
The best time to visit is during the months of April–May and October–November. The weather is still pleasant during these months and Cape Cod holiday homes are typically more affordable, whereas summer gets predictably crowded with families and letting prices rocket with such high demand. Winters are chilly, yet nevertheless still appeal to certain kinds of travellers in search of solace and beauty.
Things to Do and See
There is so much to see and do in Cape Cod that your trip will require some serious planning. The Cape Cod National Seashore is a must-visit for its undulating sandy dunes, escarpments, nature trails, and sublime kettle ponds. Educational programs are conducted here for kids and adults alike.
Cape Cod's splendid lighthouses are second to none. Prominent highlights include Nobska Light in Woods Hole, Sandy Neck Light in Barnstable, and Lewis Bay Light in Hyannis Harbor.
Art and Culture
Steeped in culture and history, Cape Cod is a veritable treasure trove. Learn about local ecology and wildlife at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History in Brewster, or check out paintings by local artists at the Cape Cod Museum of Art in Dennis.
The Cape Cod Central Railroad allows visitors to ride different novel trains, including the Cape Cod Dinner Train, the Yankee Clipper Brunch Train, and the Colonial Lunch Train. At the end of the day, head back to relax in the comfort of your Cape Cod holiday home.
Take the family down to Meadow Beach in Eastham, home to a profusion of sunken ships that can be explored from both land and sea. Kids will especially enjoy Breakwater Beach in Brewster if you treat them to a delicious ice cream at The Brewster Scoop!
Cycling fans are in luck here: take your pick from a selection of trails such as the Cape Cod Canal Bikeway, Shining Sea Bikeway, and the Provincelands Bike Trail. The Cape Cod Canal and the area's many freshwater ponds, coastal bays, and saltwater creeks are all superb fishing spots, while Provincetown is a good place for deep-sea fishing. Cape Cod holiday lettings will prove handy as a base during all these excursions.
Nature lovers will enjoy a trip to Monomoy Island, a national wildlife refuge. Sandy Beach beckons for swimming, hiking, saltwater fishing, or just to catch a glimpse of the local red foxes and shorebirds. The Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary is another haven for flora and fauna.
Most travellers to Cape Cod will at some point take the ferry to Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard, both so distinctive in their landscapes and cultures. Provincetown enjoys a reputation as a gay-friendy capital, with a large LGBT population and many gay bars and other social hotspots.
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Must-visit Cape Cod attractions
Cape Cod National Seashore
Spread over 43,607 acres, this area is a nature lover’s delight with lighthouses, ponds, salt marshes, dunes, and more. There are great outdoor activity options too like hiking, fishing, and swimming whilst the seashore protects 32 rare and endangered species.
Nobska Point Lighthouse
A notable local attraction, this lighthouse is at the location where the pilgrims first landed. There are tours in the summer months for a small fee.
Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum
This Cape Cod landmark commemorates the pilgrims of the Mayflower ship whilst the museum is a treasure trove of historical artefacts from Provincetown’s past.
Herring Cove Beach
An accessible beach in Provincetown, Herring Cove has amenities including a snack bar, showers and restrooms. It was also named among America’s Best All-Time Beaches by the Travel Channel.
Heritage Museums & Gardens
An adventure park, beautiful gardens, fascinating exhibits and fun events make this an excellent place to visit on a family holiday.
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