Centerville - Cape Cod

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FERNBROOK INN

This lovely Inn offers many choices of covered porches and balconies to celebrate with friends or to just be by yourself and relax. We are located in the heart of the charming village of Centerville which was founded in the 17th century. A short stroll on Main Street and you can visit the 1856 General Store, our Historic Museum, or indulge with a ice cream from the famous Four Seas Ice Cream Parlor.

One of Cape Cod’s finest beaches, Craigville Beach, is a half mile from our doorstep. Hyannis Harbor is less than 4 miles away and is the home of the Ferry service to both Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard. Downtown Hyannis offers many fine restaurants and a wide variety of shopping as well.

481 Main Street, Centerville, MA
phone: 508-775-4334
508-775-4999


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Monday May 25, 2020
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COVID-19 update 5/24/20
Sunday May 24, 2020
CAPE COD ? Sunday's Mass DPH report showed 68 new deaths from COVID-19 in Massachusetts since Saturday's report. Two of the deaths were from Barnstable County bringing the total deaths on Cape Cod to 109. There are 1,269 active cases of COVID-19 in Barnstable County up from 1,264 in Saturday's report. Click here to read [?] The post COVID-19 update 5/24/20 appeared first on CapeCod.com.
LETTER: Baker's reopening plan does not fit Cape Cod's needs
Sunday May 24, 2020
The governor's plan to reopen Massachusetts is a major disaster for Cape Cod. It not only wasted time by ignoring the CDC-approved White House plan, but it takes a one-size-fits-all approach to the state rather than reopening county by county.In Barnstable County we never had a spike in cases, and we never overwhelmed our health care system. In fact, Cape Cod Healthcare is furloughing over 600 workers due to the halt in elective medical care. Our entire economic shutdown was based on [...]
Local Fisherman Set Up Facebook Page To Sell Fish Off The Dock
Sunday May 24, 2020
BARNSTABLE ? Local Cape Cod fisherman are getting creative during the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to loosened regulations, fisherman are now allowed to sell the day's catch directly from the dock. A Facebook page called ?Cape Cod Fresh/Local Seafood? was created to let the public know about when and where the boats are coming? .
Barnstable Transfer Station Stickers, Beach Parking Permits On Sale Tuesday
Sunday May 24, 2020
HYANNIS ? The Town of Barnstable will begin offering transfer station stickers and beach parking permits on Tuesday, May 26. Sales have been transitioned to an online format due to the coronavirus pandemic. Permit sales will be mailed; the town is asking for up to two weeks for delivery time. Permits will be offered? .
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