For years, this corner of the world has always been a haven for 20th century artists and poets, as they drew inspiration from the endless charm
of Cape Cod.

A truly all-American destination that is welcoming to all, Cape Cod consists of villages that dot the entire length of the curved Cape. A Little Inn on Pleasant Bay is situated between the historic villages of Chatham and Orleans at the "elbow" on Cape Cod. Perched on picturesque Pleasant Bay, A Little Inn is a nine-room boutique Bed & Breakfast.

Surrounded by roses, hydrangeas, and other native flowers, it boasts spectacular views of the bay, a private dock and pebble beach for swimming, kayaking, fishing, sailing, and mooring for those who arrive by boat. Early risers are rewarded with the magnificent sunrises that glistens over the bay. Relax in one of the Adirondack chairs to watch the sailing regattas and enjoy Sherry Hour and Tipples on the patio as evening descends.
Little Inn Bay View
Little Inn Bay View
A truly all-American destination that is welcoming to all, Cape Cod consists of villages that dot the entire length of the curved Cape. A Little Inn on Pleasant Bay is situated between the historic villages of Chatham and Orleans at the "elbow" on Cape Cod. Perched on picturesque Pleasant Bay, A Little Inn is a nine-room boutique Bed & Breakfast.

Surrounded by roses, hydrangeas, and other native flowers, it boasts spectacular views of the bay, a private dock and pebble beach for swimming, kayaking, fishing, sailing, and mooring for those who arrive by boat. Early risers are rewarded with the magnificent sunrises that glistens over the bay. Relax in one of the Adirondack chairs to watch the sailing regattas and enjoy Sherry Hour and Tipples on the patio as evening descends.

Included with Your Stay

Amenities
European Breakfast

European Breakfast

Wifi

Wifi

Premium Linens

Premium Linens

Sherry Hour

Sherry Hour

Concierge

Concierge

Pre-arrival Information
Concierge Service for a real Cape Cod Experience
Suggestions for Dining, Sightseeing & Special Occasions
Morning Newspapers
Early Morning Coffee and Tea
Signature European Breakfast Buffet with Healthy Options
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm Sherry Hour and Tipples
Daily Housekeeping Service
Down Feather/Alternative Pillows
Private Spa Bathrooms are stocked with Toiletries by Gilchrist & Soames and come complete with Hair Dryers and Bathrobes
Luxurious Towels and Linens
Premium Selection of Books and Magazines in each Room
Beach Towels and Chairs
Guest Refrigerators
Free WiFi (wireless internet)
Free Parking
Children 10 Years and Older are Welcome
Sorry No Pets
Our Cape Cod B&B in Orleans is a Smoke-Free Inn
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Our History

The main house of the Inn dates back to 1798, with a significant history. According to the reporter Trevor Maxwell, of The Cape Cod Times, the small stone cellar concealed under a trap door in the Inn's entrance foyer might have served as a hiding place for slaves traveling along the "Underground Railroad."

Three centuries later, the Inn still serves as a refuge, but of a different kind. Now owned for over 15 years by sisters Pamela and Sandra & husband Bernd, who share a vision of providing a relaxing and informal environment for guests to enjoy the natural beauty of Cape Cod. London-born sisters Pamela and Sandra grew up in the restaurant and hotel business in England and Paris, while Stuttgart-born Bernd graduated hotel school in Germany and attended the Culinary Institute of America. Their combined careers prior to A Little Inn included working in corporate communications, advertising and marketing, major airlines, TV production and owning a cruise agency.

Together they bring their English traditions and European hospitality to this beautiful storied part of New England.
The main house of the Inn dates back to 1798, with a significant history. According to the reporter Trevor Maxwell, of The Cape Cod Times, the small stone cellar concealed under a trap door in the Inn's entrance foyer might have served as a hiding place for slaves traveling along the "Underground Railroad."

Three centuries later, the Inn still serves as a refuge, but of a different kind. Now owned for over 15 years by sisters Pamela and Sandra & husband Bernd, who share a vision of providing a relaxing and informal environment for guests to enjoy the natural beauty of Cape Cod. London-born sisters Pamela and Sandra grew up in the restaurant and hotel business in England and Paris, while Stuttgart-born Bernd graduated hotel school in Germany and attended the Culinary Institute of America. Their combined careers prior to A Little Inn included working in corporate communications, advertising and marketing, major airlines, TV production and owning a cruise agency.

Together they bring their English traditions and European hospitality to this beautiful storied part of New England.
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