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We stayed a few nights, end of season, as we were on the island with more family and friends.
Easy run establishment, plenty of types of rooms for all people. We had twin, super comfortable beds with our own bathroom. Other rooms have use of...More
The cuttyhunk fishing club is a beautiful old historic lodge that has hosted Teddy Roosevelt. It is on top of the bluff overlooking the harbor. They serve breakfast. The menu is extensive. The view is amazing
Three couples, close friends, tried to book a weekend at the Cuttyhunk Fishing Club (9/23-25). The manager, Bonnie V., offered instead a three bedroom house for the weekend. After checking in and putting the food away, we discovered that the bed cloths in two of...More
Breathtaking views and a delicious hot breakfast. On the remote island of Cuttyhunk this is a place not to miss. The wait can be long but with available coffee and gorgeous grounds, who really cares. Adirondack chairs over look the ocean.
We had a very nice breakfast. -we were surprised, no reservation needed. Friendly staff served us on the porch with a million dollar view. Nice breakfast selection at affordable prices. Fresh fruit was an unexpected treat on this small island with limited touristy attractions... Thats...More
They are open until early October. Call Bonnie Vedeer manager at 508-992-5585 you may want to leave a message. The ferry from NB is about $50 RT if not returning same day. Bags are $2.00 each carry on 1 bag free. They come... More
They are open until early October. Call Bonnie Vedeer manager at 508-992-5585 you may want to leave a message. The ferry from NB is about $50 RT if not returning same day. Bags are $2.00 each carry on 1 bag free. They come pick you up at the dock. Bring food /snacks everything closes 5-6. You can use the frig at the resort and the kitchen with the exception of breakfast which they serve for a fee.