The Long Dell Inn Blog

Local Micro Breweries Cape Cod

Craft Breweries & Micro Breweries on Cape Cod There is no denying that the craft beer market has exploded across the world. In fact, as of 2020, there are more than 8,000 breweries in the Unites States. We are so lucky that Cape Cod is home to many great craft breweries and micro breweries. Here […]

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Wineries on Cape Cod

Cape Cod Wineries One of our favorite things to do on vacation is to visit local wineries. We feel that you can get a real taste of the area and even meet some locals while sipping a glass of wine. We are lucky that we live in an a place where we can visit wineries […]

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Cape Cod Fall Festivals

Autumn on Cape Cod It’s hard to believe that summer is almost over and that leaf peeping season is almost upon us! We know that when you think of Cape Cod you think about sun bathing on the beach, enjoying a ferry ride to Nantucket or Martha’s Vineyard or strolling down Main Street in your […]

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Best Cape Cod Beaches

Best Beaches on Cape Cod Cape Cod is surrounded by water and thus there are a lot of beaches to choose from when you visit the Cape. When you look at a map of Cape Cod and you see that it is surrounded by water, you think that the Cape is an island. But it’s […]

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Kindness Rocks!!

Kindness can be a simple or a grand gesture. Kindness can effect one individual or can be a global phenomenon. Kindness is defined as “the quality of being friendly, generous and considerate” by the Oxford Dictionary.  Kindness is synonymous with warm-heartedness, goodwill, warmth, gentleness, tenderness, sympathy, benevolence, compassion, courteous, gracious, humaneness and selflessness.  The Urban […]

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Whale Watching on Cape Cod

One of the best experiences of our loves was whale watching on Cape Cod. When we would come to Cape Cod for vacation, we always made sure that whale watching was one of the things on our to-do list. And now that we live on Cape Cod, we still make sure to go whale watching […]

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Shouldn’t Every Day Be Earth Day?

Every year, April 22nd is celebrated as Earth Day.  I recently read in the newspaper about several activities that are being held on Cape Cod in honor of Earth Day. I began wondering about the history and origins of Earth Day. April 22, 1970 marks the birth of the modern environmental movement.  Twenty million Americans took […]

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The Kennedy Legacy on Cape Cod

Cape Cod and the Kennedy Legacy Clam chowder, blue hydrangeas and the Kennedys are all iconic symbols of Cape Cod. One of the most frequent questions we get is “how far away is the Kennedy compound? (It’s 3 miles from the Inn). Today, May 29, 2017, marks the 100th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s […]

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