Very Good 1368 Reviews
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What We Love

  • Rate includes WiFi, on-site parking and continental breakfast, which offers a nice savings for families
  • The indoor swimming pool make for year-round relaxation
  • Packages like daytrips to Nantucket, golf and shopping excursions cater to all types of travelers
  • Kids will delight in the on-site game room, complete with air hockey and foosball tables

What To Know

  • Property-wide renovations and projects take place during the low season (winter)
  • The outdoor swimming pool is closed for the season
  • The on-site bar is only open on Friday and Saturday nights
  • Though the property sits on a saltwater marsh and has a small beach, there’s no swimming area
  • During the summer the resort is often full of families and children


  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
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Family-friendly property offers unbeatable Cape Cod location, serene bay views and thoughtful touches like a firepit and game room

The Lowdown

A home-away-from-home vibe, fresh contemporary decor and budget-friendly amenities make this 128-room property a step up from many hotels along Cape Cod’s busy Route 28. The resort caters to the family set, with both indoor and outdoor pools, a bar and a well-stocked game room. The guestrooms are basic but bright and comfortable, with contemporary light wood furniture; some have pitched ceilings and balconies offering gorgeous views of Lewis Bay. By night, grab a cocktail with friends at the on-site bar or get cozy around the outdoor firepit, which is opened year-round. The hotel is also within walking distance of several popular restaurants in the mid-Cape area.

In the Area

Cape Cod is a mecca for outdoor lovers, and the hotel’s mid-Cape location makes nearby active outings a convenient option. Take a rolling tour of the quaint towns and salt marshes along the 22-mile Cape Cod Rail Trail (bike rentals are available at several shops). About 13 miles from the hotel is Cape Cod Lavender Farm, whose 12 acres and 14,000 plants make it one of the East Coast’s largest producers of the fragrant herb. And any visit to the Cape must include a stop at one of the 10 lighthouses that dot the shoreline.

How to Get There

Bayside Resort Hotel
225 Route 28
West Yarmouth, MA 02673 United States


4.5 Very Good 1368 Reviews
Spring Break
Reviewed 1 day ago

Great Experience for the price. Excellent location. Warm, friendly and helpful staff. Indoor pool was a huge hit with the kids. Lots of daily activities for the kids, although a lot of activities are geared towards the younger age group. Close to great restaurants, inflatable park, miniature golf etc

Loud loud loud
Reviewed 5 days ago

The kids love it here until bedtime. It’s currently after 11:30PM and my 5 and 7 year old are both being woken up by doors slamming, kids running in the hall, loud neighbors, and what seems to be a wrestling match above us. These walls are THIN and so is the door. We booked two nights but we’re not even staying the second night. This is nuts.

Coming back to Cape Cod asap!
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

First time in Cape Cod and wow I cant believe its taken me so long to visit this stunning place. Our hotel was perfect in every single way, the grounds are gorgeous, the lake is beautiful, the hotel itself is a bit older but it has its charm, and we really liked the bonfire, and included breakfast.

There are so many things to do in Cape Cod, so many cute restaurants, many golf courses, its very relaxing and very cute.

Always a Pleasure
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We just returned home from our annual spring weekend getaway to Bayside. It's always a pleasure to visit there. Our room is always clean and ready for us. We travel with 2 small children and received a message from the resort ahead of time asking if we needed bed rails or a pack and play. We've never had anywhere ask this before! We opted for bed rails and there were already set up on one of the beds upon our arrival.

We spent a lot of time swimming in the pool and enjoyed a beautiful sunset in the back sitting in the comfortable adirondack chairs. Our little ones also had a blast in the game room. The breakfast is always plentiful and delicious: make your own waffles, hard boiled eggs, cereal, flavored creamers for coffee, fruit, yogurt, bagels, english muffins, pastries, etc.

We are already planning our next trip back!

Quick visit
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Stayed two nights in mid March. Price was very reasonable. Clean, comfortable rooms, bathroom clean but dated. I took a Jacuzzi for the first time in years! Hotel in general felt a little dated and the colors are dark. But everything is really clean. Breakfast is downstairs, (no elevator in this three level.hotel) and they offered the usual cold cereals, fruits, yogurt, baked goods, and waffle station ( hubby was happy). We did not use the indoor pool but it was occupied by happy children as we passed it. During the warm.months, the outdoor fascilities would be in full swing, access to the bay, outdoor pool, fire pit and bar.
Front desk was worker, Vanessa, was very nice and helpful.by answering many questions of the area.