Walkway to the dunes wooden walkway extends over marshland toward the distant dunes and ocean In Sandwich, Cape Cod, Massachusetts,
Incorporated in 1639, Sandwich is the oldest town on Cape Cod. It is located on both sides of the Cape Cod Canal with the majority of its population and land mass on the southerly side of the canal. Sandwich is a mostly residential community with a winter populationconsiderably smaller than the population during the warm summer. Residents feel that its charm and uniqueness combined with its ideal location make Sandwich a very attractive place both to live and visit. Sandwich’s beaches along Cape Cod Bay stretch for miles and provide a wonderful view on a clear d
ay of the many vessels that pass through on their way to or from the Boston area. Commercial fishermen and lobstermen can be seen daily from the docks at the Sandwich Marina, the only harbor along the canal. Not too far from the marina is historic Sandwich Village which is a world renowned tourist destination, providing a glimpse into New England’s rich colonial history. Heritage Plantation, Sandwich Glass Museum, the Thornton Burgess Museum, Hoxie House (the oldest house on Cape Cod), Daniel Webster Inn, Dexter Grist Mill and various art galleries, rare book and antique stores are some examples of the attractions which bring visitors to Sandwich from all across New England and the world.
Southeastern Massachusetts at the beginning of Cape Cod. Bordered by Cape Cod Bay on the north, Barnstable on the east, Falmouth and Mashpee on the south, and Bourne on the west. Sandwich is 15 miles west of Hyannis; 57 miles southeast of Boston; 61 miles east of Providence, Rhode Island; and 238 miles from New York City. Town offices are located at 130 Main Street, Sandwich, MA 02563. The main number is 508-888-5144.
|Dillingham House||71 Main St.||508-833-0065||Sandwich|
|Dunroamin Cottages||5 John Ewer Rd||508-477-0859||Sandwich|
|Earl of Sandwich Motor Manor||378 Route 6A||508-888-1415||Sandwich||The Earl of Sandwich brings together the natural beauty and serenity of our choice surroundings with accommodations that weave nature and hospitality at their best.
Come share the changing seasons in our daffodils, mums, leaves and wildlife. Join our many guests who photograph and experience the stunning display of azaleas in the spring, the cool ocean beaches of summer and the crimson cranberry harvest of fall. One of the nicest little places this side of heaven
|Inn at Sandwich Center||118 Tupper Rd.||508-888-6958||Sandwich||New England charm with a touch of Southern hospitality.|
|Isaiah Jones Homestead||165 Main St.||508-888-9115||Sandwich||An elegant 1849 Italianate victorian inn in the heart of historic Sandwich village.|
|Oakcrest Cove Cottages||34 Quaker Meetinghouse Road||(781) 608-0536||Sandwich|
|Old Colony Motel||436 Route 6A||508-888-9716||Sandwich||Charming colonial rooms in a quiet setting with reasonable rates.|
|Pine Grove Cottages||358 Rt. 6A||508-888-8179||Sandwich|
|Sandwich Lodge & Resort||54 Route 6A||508-888-2275||Sandwich||Family friendly lodging on historic Route 6A.|
|Sandy Neck Motel||669 Route 6A||508-362-3992||East Sandwich||No Description Available|