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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

Amenities

  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
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Overview

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

Reviews

Not bad
Kingofgeography

Was ok, a bit like a youth club in the breakfast are but it’s a reasonable price and the location is good. Free parking and basic breakfast. Rooms were clean. Nice to have coffee outside in the morning.

Last hotel on road trip
NorthantsAquababe

Great hotel for a chill out after a two week road trip. It was quite busy with families, especially at breakfast but plenty of places to sit. Nice outdoor pool and plenty of sun beds. Inside pool and hot tub also very good, but kids in the hot tub which was annoying even though you told the parents kids weren’t allowed. Great bar, make sure you sign a dollar bill and pin it to the ceiling!!

Enjoyed a drive round Cape Cod plus a day on Martha’s Vineyard.

Fantastic Off Season Cape Cod weekend with friends
dkelly27

We stayed on Fri & Sat 10/18-10/20 with another couple.
The check in staff were both friendly and offered us many suggestions for dinner (you will receive some “$6 off two dinner entrees” at some area restaurants in your check in packet)

We used ours at the Yarmouth House that evening for dinner which was a quick 1/3 mile down the road.very good but pricey food.

We enjoyed everything the resort had to offer from the indoor pool and hot tub to the great game room with pool table, air hockey, foos-ball and many other games, the fire pit out back was an awesome place to sit and meet new friends from all over the country while looking out over the river that the property is set on.

My only slight gripe and the reason for the 4 star rating was the lack of gluten free options at breakfast. Besides hard boiled eggs I couldn’t really eat anything. (They do offer Cheerios but I don’t eat cereal so I was pretty limited).
A gluten free bread option would be a great addition. I will remember to bring my own the next time we stay.

The rooms were very clean but we had a lot of noise from the room above us both nights at 2:30 in the morning.
This is not the hotel’s fault but I think next time we will request a second floor room even though there aren’t any elevators I think it would be quieter. The ac/heating unit is also really loud and we ended up shutting it off because it kept waking us up. Luckily it wasn’t needed during our stay.

Despite these minimal glitches I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this hotel to anyone and I know we will return. If you’re looking for a great place to stay with plenty to do on site, book the Bayside.