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The Platinum Pebble Boutique Inn
Cape Cod, MassachusettsEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At The Platinum Pebble Boutique Inn
The family-owned Platinum Pebble on maritime Cape Cod (just a short walk from Harwich's white-sand beaches) offers a surprising splash of modern design.
The New England town of Harwich, near the elbow of Cape Cod, is known for its cranberry bogs, kettle-hole ponds, and maritime history. But Harwich's location—facing the calm Nantucket Sound—is the reason beach-going travelers head to the undiscovered town every summer. The best bed is at Platinum Pebble, an 1831 sea captain's house that has operated as an inn continuously since the 1940s. This April, the Pebble reopened under new management and with a high-end gut renovation that made the rooms bigger and brighter, while still preserving the house's original wood floors and Greek Revival crown moldings. The innkeepers' design sensibility is on display in the eight rooms, all decorated in a palette of black and white, and featuring Moooi vases and chairs by Kartell and Le Corbusier. An ever-changing roster of guests can be found lounging by the pool, departing for a 15-minute stroll to the nearest beach, or heading down the road to the Ocean House, one of the Cape's best restaurants.
In the afternoons, swing by the marble-and-travertine sitting room overlooking the pool for complimentary coffee and tea and fresh-baked cake or pastries.
Check the Platinum Pebble's lively Facebook page for community news and special offers at local restaurants.
Arrive at Boston-Logan International Airport (BOS), which is approximately 90 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 90 minutes of travel time.186 Belmont Road, West Harwich, Massachusetts, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Outdoor Pool
- Bird Watching
- DVD Library
- Business Services
- Wireless Internet
- Luxury Linens
- iPod Docks
- DVD Players
- Rain Showers
- Eco-Friendly Towels
- Air Conditioning
- In-Room Breakfast
- Afternoon Tea
2-night minimum stay required
- 2-person occupancy (children must be 16 or older)
- Breakfast each morning
- Welcome drink
- Night cap
- Snack basket & bottled water
- Complimentary WiFi
Why We Love Cape Cod
Endless sandy beaches, 15 distinctive towns, arts + culture, quaint shops, wooded bicycle paths, plentiful events and festivals...the Cape awaits.
Wildlife Spotting: The Dolphin Fleet whale-watching tour operates out of Provincetown, an hour away in summer traffic. Tours usually last about four hours and run from mid-March to the end of October. Whale sightings are guaranteed. $42.
Outdoor Excursion: Harwich is the center of cranberry country, and travelers can tour the region's 33 acres of farmland on 90-minute trips with Cape Farm staffers. Sights may include nursing baby lambs (in March), the annual lamb shearing (in June), or the bogs covered with fragrant pink-and-white flowers (last week of June). Note that tours are not available during harvest in September and October. $15.
Where to Eat: The Platinum Pebble is a short drive from the Oyster Company, a popular restaurant that serves local Cape Cod oysters and seafood-focused indulgences such as lobster mac and cheese. Dinner for two $104.
Why Go Now
April 4, 2014
History along Route 6a
Programs and events along 'The Old King's Highway' historic Route 6a from Sandwich to Yarmouth Port.
April 27, 2014
Ronan Tynan in Concert
The internationally acclaimed "Irish Tenor" visits Cape Cod by way of a concert at Sandwich High School auditorium. Tickets from $29.
365 Quaker Meeting House Rd.; East Sandwich.
May 12 - 18, 2014
Cape Cod Restaurant Week
Various restaurants throughout the Cape Cod area.