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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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Covid Case Numbers on the Rise in Falmouth
Monday May 16, 2022
FALMOUTH ? COVID-19 case count numbers recently increased again in Falmouth as Barnstable County's community risk level remains high based off the Center for Disease Control's (CDC) guidelines. ?There's a lot of COVID out right now and it doesn't seem to be showing that it's leveling off. It actually increased a fair amount? .
Six mariners safe after vessel begins taking on water in Hyannis Harbor
Sunday May 15, 2022
HYANNIS ? Six people on a 41-foot vessel are safe after reporting their vessel was taking on water in Hyannis Harbor late Saturday evening. Hyannis Firefighters and Barnstable Police responded to the Lewis Bay Boat Ramp where the Captain was able to make port. No injuries were reported. Further details were not immediately available. The post Six mariners safe after vessel begins taking on water in Hyannis Harbor appeared first on CapeCod.com.
Cape Cod ARPA Funding Application Portal Now Open
Friday May 13, 2022
BARNSTABLE ? Towns across Cape Cod can now submit projects eligible for funding through the American Rescue Plan Act. Barnstable County will be given about $41 million from the federal government through the legislation. The county's Board of Commissioners and Assembly of Delegates agreed to allocate $10 million of? .
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