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A Great Find!
Aug 25th, 2020
After a rental situation turned out to be less-than-ideal, we (thankfully!!) ended up at the Queen Anne Inn. The owner was able to accommodate us at the last minute and even stayed up late waiting for us to arrive. In short--I only have positive things to say about the inn-- the rooms are charming and comfortable, the owner and staff are friendly and knowledgeable about the region, the backyard was beautiful and relaxing, and the breakfast was really excellent (pancakes! avocado toast!). We will definitely be back! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Wonderful Stay(s) at Queens Anne Inn
Aug 25th, 2020
My husband and I stayed here a weekend in early July and decided this would be our summer getaway destination for many of our summer weekends. Everything about our stays was great. The location is perfect, the grounds are lovely and the staff is beyond accommodating. The breakfasts are wonderful too:). Plus, there are balconies and outdoor seating for social distancing. The Inn is close to town and a quiet beach and accessible to many sights in the area. It is low key and relaxing. The rooms are all different (we’ve tried 4 now!) and each has been quaint and charming. Above all, the attention to detail and warm customer service is what brought us back repeatedly. During covid times, we found the Inn to be careful with strict protocols while still keeping a relaxing atmosphere. We look forward to visiting again! Regards, L&S Clevett (NYC) TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Wonderful Hosts in Historic Beauty
Aug 4th, 2020
We really loved this hotel. Owner/host Dana was wonderful. Her advice led to the best day we had in Cape Cod. Our room was spacious and beautifully decorated. The breakfasts were fantastic and came with the room. We thoroughly enjoyed our balcony, which overlooked the pool. The hydrangeas were in full bloom and beautiful, lining the front of the Inn and the pool. It is a little bit of a elk to the downtown but we loved the fact that we were away from the crowds and could retreat to this little haven. A real Cape Cod experience! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Jan 31st, 2020
We go to the Cape and Chatham often. The last time was in August last year when we stayed at the Queen Anne Inn in Chatham. Planning our next trip up there, I browsed Trip advisor and was saddened to find a comment , describing the inn as “ dingy and falsely advertised”. I felt I should share our experience. Our room had a large balcony , a King sized bed set into a beautiful painted wood frame with one King mattress. Although located near the pool we had a awesome hot tub right outside our back steps. If our visit was a little later in the year, we would’ve enjoyed a beautiful fire in the fireplace to add more romance in the room. In any case we enjoyed our stay immensely and will request the same room again. Id describe the sunny, very breezy feeling the breakfast room exudes coupled with our breakfast. Which was included to be 5 starred!! All we paid was a gratuity to the excellent and well mannered staff. During the evening I still remember the bartenders name, “ Blago”; he was terrific and gave us a ton of ideas, from Provincetown to Nantucket” for things to check out! Overall, our experience at the Queen Anne inn put us in a good relaxed mood. We are staying at the Queen Anne again and will be there in May to see the whales. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
dingy, false advertising
Jan 6th, 2020
The Queen Anne Inn has great curb appeal, while the inside tells a different story. The lobby is pleasant but you are hit in the face with the smell of old, dusty carpets. Our room had a balcony which was nice but the bed was actually a King sized bed put on two twin bedframes turned the wrong way. BOTH of our feet hung off the bed, and we are not tall. The "homemade, freshly baked" cookies were frozen solid and as a baker I can tell you not homemade. The breakfast ( which you pay for each day????) was inedible. We only had breakfast the first day. Very disapponting when paying nearly $250/night. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
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