Bed and Breakfast near Chatham

October 30, 2011
Belfry Inn

If you are looking for a beautiful, historic bed and breakfast near Chatham, Massachusetts, look no further than the Belfry Inne and Bistro. This exquisite vacation spot will charm you and your loved ones, and provide a relaxing getaway from the pressures of the daily grind.

The lodgings at the Belfry Inne are as beautiful as they are comfortable. Two buildings, the Painted Lady and the Abbey, have been converted into spacious and elegant rooms that are perfect for a quiet weekend getaway. No two rooms are alike, and in the Abbey, a former Catholic Church, the guest quarters are themed for the creation days described in Genesis. The Monday room (Let there be light) is bathed in soft yellows, and sunlight streams through the delicate curtains. Or maybe Tuesday (Division of sky and water) is more your style if so, you will sleep surrounded by deep blue walls, under an authentic stained-glass window. And naturally, every room contains that modern convenience, the flat-screened TV, and each bathroom has a private massage tub.

The Belfry Inne sets the bar high with its guest rooms, and their dining facilities certainly meet expectations. The Bistro serves local, seasonal meals all year round, in a dining room as relaxing as a boudoir. Wednesday through Sunday, you can enjoy two meals a day in this delightful restaurant. You will feel so comfortable, you may forget you are not at home. The dining room is also the perfect place to grab coffee and dessert, and the staff encourages lingering talks over mugs of hot tea. Even if you aren’t a quest at the Inne, you can still dine like modern American royalty in the Bistro.

If you are aching to escape the hassles of modern life, the Belfry Inne and Bistro is just the cure you need.

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