Cape Cod is the signature New England summer destination. However, it is just as amazing to visit in the Spring as well! Fewer crowds, sunny days, and lots to do makes it the insider’s getaway of choice. Keep reading to find out why you should book a trip to Cape Cod this Spring.Where to Stay on Cape CodThere are so many places to stay on the Cape, but if you are looking for all the classics done well, head to the Pelham House Resort.Recently renovated, the Pelham House Resort boasts rooms and suites with ocean views of Nantucket Sound! This is a huge perk, even on the Cape, where it is very rare to find a property with every room enjoying ocean views. What is even more of a treat is that every room also has a private balcony.As soon as you look out the window of your room, the stunning views of the ocean will be the first thing that you notice, but the second thing will be the large pool below that overlooks the ocean—so if you love being in or near the water this is the place for you. The whole property is very family-friendly as well—the kids will love the pool and the vast private beach.Why Visit in the SpringThe Cape is amazing any time of year, but in the Spring, it really comes alive again. And you don’t have to deal with the crowds of summertime. The trees are in bloom, the sun shines, and walks on the beach just require a light sweater. Honestly, I love going to the beach when it is a little crisp outside—a book, a cozy sweater, and a cup of tea is one of the true joys of living in New England, and this time of year you will have the whole beach to yourself.What to Do on the Cape in the SpringOther than relaxing, taking long walks on the beach, and just enjoying the views, there are plenty of things to keep you busy this time of year on Cape Cod. Some of the things you should add to your list are: go for a wine tasting Truro Vineyards, go on a whale watch, visit the Cape Cod Museum of Art and bike the Cape Cod Rail Trail.Whether you want to be active, see some culture, or just indulge in some local food and drink, the Cape is filled with things to do and places to go this time of year. DiningLast but not least, when it comes to dining in Dennis, MA you have to make time for dinner at The Rooftop. The Rooftop restaurant at the Pelham House Resort is exactly what it sounds like, located on the roof of the hotel’s newest building, diners enjoy sweeping views of the ocean and on warm days the roof retracts, and the area becomes an open-air terrace. But don’t worry, it is nice and toasty when the weather is seasonably chilly. Enjoy a fun menu of international favorites and craft cocktails.For more ideas on where to stay, play and dine on the Cape this Spring or Summer, visit https://www.capecodchamber.org.


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