Nestled in the Outer Cape town of Eastham, the cozy Night Heron Cottage Bed and Breakfast offers the perfect location for your long or short Cape Cod stay.
Whether youre into birding or wildflowers, bike riding or grabbing a wave, exploring marshes or historic sites, or simply enjoying some of the most beautiful beaches and sunsets in the world, the Night Heron will make your Cape Cod stay a relaxing adventure.
Located on a quiet cul-de-sac, the Night Heron Cottage B&B is a bright, cheerful traditional Cape home with beamed ceilings and wide pine board floors and gas log fireplace.
offers 3 comfortable rooms:
The Lavender Rose room with a queen-size bed. $130/night
The Green Tea room with a king-size bed. $140/night
Driftwood room with a queen-size bed. $130/night
No taxes are charged on any of the rooms
*Two night minimum stay, unless wedged between two other reservations.
If less time is needed, please call.
Each room is complete with its own bathroom, sitting area, ceiling fan, phone, VCR, cable TV, and zone heating/ac.
The Night Heron Cottage is only minutes away from:
Night Heron Cottage Bed & Breakfast showcases the most affordable rates in the area. Rates are $130 - $140 per night which includes a Continental Breakfast. There is a a 2 night minimum: if less time is needed, please call.
Here at The Night Heron Cottage, we feel a perfect way to begin a Cape day is being at near-by Fort Hill, greeting the sun as it rises up out of the Atlantic, spilling its beauty onto Nauset Marsh before us. At day's end, from First Encounter Beach, one may applaud our friend's fading grandeur as it dramatically sinks, all the while painting pastel colors across the waters and sky of Cape Cod Bay. Not to be missed!
The Night Heron is located 2 miles from the National Seashore Beaches, and 1.5 miles from the Bayside Beaches or Ponds. The 10 public Beaches in Eastham charge $10/day for parking. Marsh and river canoeing/kayaking and ocean surfing are all only minutes away as are deep sea fishing, Cape Cod Rail Trail biking, nature trail hiking, prime golfing, and the Audobon Bird Sanctuary at Wellflett Bay. Forty minutes down the road in Provincetown, you can go aboard the greatest whale-watching fleet and explore a real pirates' treasure museum, all in the same day and on the same wharf!
Notable Outer Cape dining can be
enjoyed close by in Orleans, Wellfleet,
What some of our guests are saying:
Thanks for making our stay pleasant. It was more like relaxing with
family than staying at
a B&B. Mary and Lorraine: you are both great hosts! (from New York City)
Thanks for the charming atmosphere. (from DoMont, France)
Friendly, helpful and very comfortable! We had a great week at the Cape Cod Institute and enjoyed the beaches, the whales, lobster dinners, and the clam chowder at the church supper. (from North Branch, MN)
If you stay here, consider yourself a lottery winner! Lorraine and Mary treated us like family and we now consider them our friends. (from Seattle, WA)
Warm and gracious B&B! Loved my purple room. Thanks for the great conversations! (from Eagan, MN)
Very relaxing and comfortable...Thank you for a great visit to the Cape. (from Atlanta, GA.)
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