About this listing
Located in the National Seashore, Cape Cod, Massachusetts on Cable Road, 3/10ths mile easy walk to Nauset Light Beach, 2BR-one queen size bed; two twin beds, no-smoking cottage with deck, living/dining, updated shower bath, outside beach shower. Rental Saturday to Saturday. Available minimum one week from $875/week to $1,470/week according to summer
periods. The Tenant will supply own bed, bath, and kitchen linens. There is a $50 pet fee.
Guests can expect a tranquil, private environment yet ready access about 20 minutes away to Orleans to the south for major shopping and restaurants. Wellfleet, to the north, is a quaint old harbor historical town with more amenities and eating establishments such as PB Boulangerie Bistro, 15 Lecount hollow road South Wellfleet. All are convenient from US Route 6.
That no more than 4 persons (including all children) will occupy said premises.
The Tenant will be responsible for all damage or breakage and/or loss to the premises, except normal wear and tear and unavoidable casualty which may result from occupancy.
THE TENANT IS RESPONSIBLE TO LEAVE THE PREMISES CLEAN AND READY FOR THE NEXT TENANT. This qualifies for refund of Cleaning fees.
The TENANT will supply his own bed, bath, and kitchen linens.
I stayed at Alan's other cottage last summer and was excited to experience staying at this one. The location, privacy, clean spacious bright rooms and great back deck make it a perfect Cape accommodation escape!
The house was terrific, simple, comfortable, in a beautiful setting, an easy walk to the beach. We'd really like to stay there again.
We had an amazing experience staying at 700 Cable! The location is amazing - walking distance to Nauset Light Beach - there is even a sidewalk leading right to the beach parking lot so you don't have to walk in the road, which was a huge plus with a 5 year old! The house was cozy and spacious for our family of 3. It was clean and had everything we needed (kitchen is well stocked, laundry in basement, grill on deck, comfy beds and pillows, outdoor shower). The house is in a convenient location- short drive or bike to restaurants and stores but still very private and quiet. Alan was prompt in responding to questions. We would definitely stay here again and highly recommend it to people who are looking for a quiet and relaxing stay on the Cape away from it all!
I would readily recommend this cottage to other renters. It is located just a bit off the road yet feels secluded and is within an easy walk to both Nausea Light Beach and the Cape Cod Institute. The cottage has all the necessities and is very well maintained. The beds are comfortable and we loved the outdoor shower and the deck in the back.
Alan is very responsive and easy to work with.
WONDERFUL LANDLORD THAT TOOK VERY GOOD CARE OF US AND HONESTLY REPRESENTED THE HOUSE HE IS RENTING. WE HAD NO BUG PROBLEMS AT THIS TIME OF YEAR AND GOOD STORES ARE FAIRLY CLOSE. GOOD LOCATION FOR ALL OF CAPE COD AND CLOSE TO FERRY TO NANTUCKET.
Great little cabin, quiet area. Short walk to the beach. Surrounding area is lush with vegetation, very enjoyable but expect to see insects -- bring bug spray (take it to the beach as well). Convenient location, several restaurants and ice cream places close by and more in nearby Orleans.
This very sweet cottage is clean, bright, private, and just a short walk to the ocean. It was just what we were looking for!
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About the Host, Alan
I am excited about the Cape now as much as I was when I first crossed the Cape Cod Canal in 1970. Nature is an ever-changing theater. Oceanside Eastham is especially compelling for long walks in fair weather or foul; by all hours and seasons, by daylight or moonlight. The Cape is a far cry from the days of Captain Penniman and Henry David Thoreau's "Cape Cod" but the alluring dynamics of yore are still intact. As an architect, I am on busman's holiday when I visit the old towns possessing original vernacular and sensitive contemporary architecture. The environment and resources of the National Seashore are unique and unlike any that I have encountered. I hope that you can enjoy it too.