Osterville - Cape Cod

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The Captain David Kelley House is a romantic bed and breakfast on Cape Cod, 1/2 mile from the warm ocean beaches of Nantucket Sound. Our central location provides easy access to all Cape Cod attractions.This charming Greek Revival home was built in 1835 by Sea Captain David N. Kelley and later sold to prominent Centerville citizen, Captain John Baker, Skipper of the "Pride of the Port." The two first-floor guest rooms are named in their honor. The remaining guest rooms are named after Captain and Mrs. Kelley's children; Patience, Alexander, Rachel and Phebe. A detailed historic restoration returned the Inn to its original classic character -- a 19th century Cape Cod Sea Captain’s Home. Craftsmen and decorators installed crown moldings, historic wallpapers, antique oriental carpets, nautical art and lovely antiques. All of the inn's major systems have been updated to ensure you a restful, comfortable stay.

539 Main St, Centerville, MA
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THINGS AREN'T ALWAYS WHAT THEY SEEM TO BE: Report of ?hijacking,? with someone being ?choked,? turned out to be man needing help? [HN VIDEO]
Saturday June 06, 2020
HYANNIS ? As you will see and hear in the following HN Video, multiple Barnstable Police squad cars rushed to the area of Gosnold Street this afternoon for what was initially described as a car being ?hijacked? with a female ? Continue reading ?
COVID-19 update 6/06/20
Saturday June 06, 2020
CAPE COD ? Saturday's Mass DPH report showed 55 new deaths from COVID-19 in Massachusetts bringing the state total to 7,289. None of the latest deaths were from Barnstable County where the toll stands at 123. There are 1,450 cases of COVID-19 in Barnstable County up from 1,446 on Friday. Hospitalization: Cape Cod Hospital ? [?] The post COVID-19 update 6/06/20 appeared first on CapeCod.com.
Daily State COVID-19 Update
Saturday June 06, 2020
BOSTON-There were four more reported cases of COVID-19 in Barnstable County bringing the county total to 1,450 cases reported. There were no new reported cases on Martha's Vineyard or Nantucket. There were no new deaths on Cape Cod or the Islands. Statewide there were 575 newly reported cases bringing the State Wide Total up To? .
Two-vehicle crash in Centerville
Friday June 05, 2020
CENTERVILLE ? No serious injuries were reported after a two-vehicle crash in Centerville around 4 PM. The crash happened at the intersection of Shootflying Hill Road and Huckins Neck Road when two SUVs collided. The crash is under investigation by Barnstable Police. Photo by Daniel, a Cape Wide News reader. If you see breaking news [?] The post Two-vehicle crash in Centerville appeared first on CapeCod.com.
COVID-19 update 6/05/20: Positive trends continue
Friday June 05, 2020
CAPE COD ? Friday's Mass DPH report showed 35 new deaths from COVID-19 in Massachusetts. Two of those were from Barnstable County bringing the toll on Cape Cod to 123. There are 1,446 cases in Barnstable County up from 1,443 on Thursday. Hospitalization: Cape Cod Hospital ? 5 hospitalized, 2 in intensive care Falmouth Hospital [?] The post COVID-19 update 6/05/20: Positive trends continue appeared first on CapeCod.com.
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