Cape Cod Rentals
People who like to travel in the grandest of styles as well as those who like camping out under the stars can all find suitable Cape Cod rentals that satisfy a very broad range of tourists' styles and levels of comfort.
Provincetown, Hyannis, and Chatham are considered the area's best resort towns and accommodations here are plentiful. Cape Cod rentals in these areas run the gamut from plush to modest but they all come with that feel of the seafaring history that permeates the area.
Tourists looking to maintain a closer contact with the land can enjoy Cape Cod rentals at the Bourne Scenic Park, where trailer accommodations are available and tent camping is permitted. The park is just over the canal bridge, which allows very easy access to the bike trail and other parts of the peninsula.
Cape Cod rentals are priced according to season and many of them are not available during the off season. Even during off season, however, it's often possible to rent a cottage, room, or suite but it's wise to call ahead and make reservations. Not every business that offers sleeping quarters remains open during the off season but reservations ensure an inviting place to get a good night's sleep.
The annual tourist season begins in April and wraps up in October so Cape Cod rentals are more plentiful during this time of the year. Many businesses not open all year long are open at this time of the year to take advantage of the thousands of people flocking to the area during the warmer months of the year.
The high summer season falls generally between the long holiday weekends commemorating the 4th of July and Labor Day, in July and September, respectively. Cape Cod rentals will be at their most expensive during this part of the season as the rate of tourism picks up dramatically.
Cape Cod rentals are also rather pricey when the Cape is host to one of the many festivals and special events that take place during less busy times of the year. It's highly recommended that anyone traveling to the Cape make reservations well in advance, especially if the desired travel dates fall during a festive Cape Cod weekend.
Travelers with a budget in mind may find that it's a good idea to take advantage of the lower rates Cape Cod rentals offer during the less busy months of the tourist season. Travel in April, May, and early June or late September and October still brings all the magic of the Cape alive but at more affordable rates.