Get back to basics with a getaway to Cape Cod, the easternmost point of Massachusetts that juts into the Atlantic ocean. With seaside towns dotting the gorgeous coast, stunning beaches, world-class golf, summer theater, whale watching, and a close-up look at American history, it’s no wonder travelers return to Cape Cod year after year. Relax for a few days in your choice of Hyannis, Sandwich or Plymouth, three destinations that will delight, charm and inspire you!

Considered by New Englanders to be the hub and heart of Cape Cod, Hyannis is known internationally as the All-American City. It’s where you’ll find the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum, delectable fish shacks and award-winning restaurants, world-class beaches, the island ferries, countless outdoor activities and Cape Cod’s most unique shopping. The Cape Codder Resort and Spa offers comfortable Cape Cod lodging, romantic dining and fun amenities, including an amazing Indoor Wave Pool and new Heated Outdoor Pool. If you wish to explore Cape Cod, the resort’s central location puts you in the heart of it all! Stroll the rolling sand dunes and take in the crisp ocean air at one of the many area beaches, drive along scenic roads and discover unique gift and antique shops, venture out to the open seas for a whale watch or harbor cruise, or shop until you drop along Main Street!

Or spend a few days in the oldest town on Cape Cod, Sandwich, which is set on the eastern end. Settled in 1637 this town has earned a reputation for beautiful glassware, which you can find in the numerous boutiques and shops. You’ll stay at the Dan’l Webster Inn and Spa, one of the “Distinguished Inns of North America” by Select Registry, which has offered lodging for over 300 years. You’ll be treated to a combination of the romance of the past and today’s conveniences, with canopy and four-poster beds, fireplaces, oversized whirlpool tubs, heated tile floors and the exclusive Suite Dreams Experience providing pampering amenities.

America’s hometown of Plymouth, where New England was first established in 1620, is a unique American destination where the 400 year-old past and modern present meet. You’ll find inspiration as you walk in the footsteps of the Native Americans and Pilgrims. Located in the heart of Historic Plymouth, the John Carver Inn and Spa is just a short walk to all attractions, shopping and the breathtaking waterfront. The boutique hotel boasts colonial charm and hospitality combined with contemporary comforts and conveniences. The exclusive Pilgrim Cove Indoor Theme Pool is fun for all with an 80-foot water slide, waterfalls, soothing Jacuzzi set amidst a replica of Plymouth Rock, lap lanes and fitness room – there’s something for everyone!