70 Gosnold Street, Hyannis, MA 02601 Phone: (508) 771-9455
The Ocean Breeze, with its king size bed and private bath, is located on the south facing side of the house. The summer sunshine and lovely sea breezes fill it with the light and fragrance of being so near the ocean. Its cathedral ceiling gives it a somewhat dramatic flair where guests will find a multi-setting paddle fan to circulate the air. For the guest who likes cool comfort on those occasional humid mid-summer days and nights, this room is equipped with efficient air-conditioning. Always a popular choice among guests, the Ocean Breeze is tastefully decorated and comfortable.
The Blueberry Patch affords guests their very own vacation mini-suite. Situated at the back of the house, The Blueberry Patch has its own private hallway leading to the bedroom furnished with a Nantucket cottage style queen bed with accents of red and navy blue giving an added touch of nautical ambiance.
Complementing the very comfortable bed, this room has white wood end tables, matching console table and a white antique hand-painted dresser and mirror. The private bath is off the private hallway. The blue walls and accented colors gives it its name. For the comfort of guests, they can opt to use the ceiling fan or air conditioner, while they watch television or browse the internet.
As Patti Page once sang, "If you're fond of sand dunes and salty air, you're sure to fall in love with Olde Cape Cod!" The Sand Dunes guest room of The Hillcrest B&B puts travelers in the mind of Olde Cape Cod. Sunny windows on the southeast side of the house welcome you in the morning. Soft breezes, fragrant aromas and the typical chirpings and sounds of Lewis Bay and Kalmus Beach waft along in greeting the corners of this cozy guest room. A comfortable queen bed, an antique dresser and mirror, sand colored carpeting and walls, and shell-studded end tables create an ambiance of ease and relaxation.
Ceiling fan and air conditioner keep guests cool when summer temps rise. Guests in the Sand Dunes have their own private full bathroom. Yes, they need to slip out into the hallway to use the facilities, but they may do so discreetly by wearing one of the robes provided by the hosts.
After freshening up and taking to the front porch, guests might just be prompted to say, "Ah! Just another day at the beach!"