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My wife and I got married at the Lighthouse Inn. It was beyond amazing. The staff was very helpful and helped the day go by smoothly. The venue was more than we could have hoped for. It was truly the perfect place for our special...More
My husband had a retreat at the Lighthouse Inn, and lucky me, I got to go along. Such a lovely place! I want to emphasize that the negative reviews of such things as mattresses and other amenities were all wrong. We had a little cabin...More
We had a great weekend at the Inn. The cottage we stayed in offered one of the best oceanfront views I have seen in my years visiting cape cod. A special thanks to Judith who went above and beyond to ensure we had the best...More
Clean, and pet friendly. Walking distance to many wonderful places. Nice little pool. Fridge and Microwave so we could stock up. It was a perfect little place to stay. The area is so nice to be outside that this affordable place to sleep and shower...More
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Response from LighthouseInnCapeCod, Manager at Lighthouse InnResponded 28 September 2017
Thank you for taking the time to review our property. We are very pleased to hear you enjoyed your stay. We hope that you will return to our hotel soon. I would like to advise that we are not a pet-friendly property.
We came here for a mini vacation for just two nights. We would have liked an ocean view but had to settle for the lodge which consists of varied rooms each with a bathroom. I feel the description was misleading not enough information shown or...More
There are plenty of lounge chairs on the property that are on the grassy area right before you hit the sand. When you want to take a dip you just walk down a ramp into the sand and you are basically at the waters edge... More
There are plenty of lounge chairs on the property that are on the grassy area right before you hit the sand. When you want to take a dip you just walk down a ramp into the sand and you are basically at the waters edge depending on the tide. That's why they don't keep the chairs directly in the sand.