Spring is Sprung!

Spring time on Cape Cod….what a great time to come.  There’s a buzz in the air….a feeling of anticipation & excitement. We see the increase in people walking by Baileys by the Sea, taking in the salt air & warming sun.   Bicycles have come out of the garage.  Cottages closed for the winter now have their doors & windows open to let in the...

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Wine, Bed & Breakfast Weekend!

The First Annual Cape Cod Wine, Bed & Breakfast event will take place from Friday, April 24th through Sunday, April 26th.  Baileys By the Sea will take part in this event. It promises to be a fun-filled Spring weekend.  The weekend will start with a wine & cheese social on Friday night.   Saturday can be spent touring Cape Cod or just relaxing on our oceanfront...

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Blizzard of January 2015!

    One of the reasons we chose to live on Cape Cod was for it’s mild climate!   But,  this isn’t the case right now! I won’t bore you with the details of how much snow we have ,  I’ll let the pictures & video tell the story.  We also had a first today – 2 snowmobiles driving right down the middle of Grand Ave! Jerry is really...

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The Unoffical Kick Off!

Memorial day is a perfect time to visit Cape Cod and Falmouth.  It’s the unofficial start of the season.  There is plenty to  see and do without the hustle and bustle of July & August.  The National Cemetery is decked out to honor  our fallen heros.  Our Main Street also shows it’s patriotic side.  Our beaches are wide open for you to take in the early...

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Celebrate!

Baileys opened for the season on May 1st.  Despite the weather,  we’ve had some great guests.   Those who have experienced Baileys know that I love to celebrate a milestone.  This weekend we had a birthday celebration & the gals did it in style.  The girls  have been friends since college.  I am thrilled that they chose to celebrate at Baileys!  But….I am...

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The Winter Woes

    When we first opened Baileys By the Sea, we were opened year round.  It became clear that we needed the quiet months to unwind & perform upkeep that couldn’t be done while accepting guests.  Those who really know me, know that it was because I wanted to be able to work on my golf game!  And,   this has been true for most of the winters here on Cape...

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