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CAPTAIN DAVID KELLEY HOUSE

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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Stormy weather leads to scattered power outages
Friday October 30, 2020
CAPE COD ? Friday's storm resulted in some scattered power outages on the Cape. About 400 customers in Barnstable, Brewster and Sandwich lost service. Eversource linemen are working to restore service. A wind gust to 49 MPH was reported in Dennis. The post Stormy weather leads to scattered power outages appeared first on CapeCod.com.
Lowe to lead 'Mass Audubon Cape Cod'
Friday October 30, 2020
LINCOLN?As part of Mass Audubon’s pledge to become a more effective, efficient, and responsive organization, the prestigious conservation nonprofit has named Melissa Lowe director, Mass Audubon Cape Cod.In this role, Lowe will continue to oversee Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary as well as provide leadership with Long Pasture Sanctuary Director Ian Ives to manage Mid-Cape and Upper-Cape properties, including Ashumet Holly Wildlife Sanctuary in Falmouth and Barnstable [...]
Most Cape Cod towns see uptick in COVID-19 cases
Friday October 30, 2020
The Cape and Islands had eight new confirmed cases of COVID-19, the state Department of Public Health said Thursday in its daily report.The majority of towns on Cape Cod saw a rise in cases, according to the department's weekly report, which also came out Thursday. Barnstable and Bourne had the highest increases, with 32 new cases in Barnstable and 15 in Bourne within the past 14 days.Overall, Massachusetts had 1,243 newly confirmed cases of the disease caused by the [...]
Cape Surpasses 2,000 Reported Virus Cases
Thursday October 29, 2020
BOSTON-The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) reported on Thursday that Cape Cod has now seen over 2,000 reported positive COVID-19 cases. Of the 1,243 new cases across the state in Thursday's report, five were within Barnstable County, while a pair were in Dukes County and one other was in Nantucket County?. .
Weekly COVID-19 update 10/29/20: 82 new cases on Cape, 3 new cases in Provincetown
Thursday October 29, 2020
CAPE COD ? The state death toll from COVID-19 has risen to 9,727. There were 82 new cases of COVID-19 in Barnstable County for the past week. 1 new death was reported on Cape Cod in the past week bringing the total to 183. Hospitalization: None Click here to read the entire in depth Mass [?] The post Weekly COVID-19 update 10/29/20: 82 new cases on Cape, 3 new cases in Provincetown appeared first on CapeCod.com.
Not a UFO at Kalmus
Thursday October 29, 2020
The Town of Barnstable is expecting researchers at Kalmus Beach at various times starting Friday and periodically through Monday, Nov. 30.Government-sponsored engineering teams will be operating commercial marine radars from an ocean-facing research vehicle in the Kalmus parking lot. The vehicle will be parked along the south side of the lot from approximately 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day, with two antennas raised about 30 ft. in the air. The FCC-approved antennas [...]
MY VIEW: The conversation we didn't have in the 2nd Barnstable District race
Thursday October 29, 2020
After an explosive spring and summer of demonstrations and an urgent call for racial justice and police reforms, the 2020 election was billed as a referendum on issues long buried and ignored. What we got instead was a referendum on the inept federal response to the COVID-19 pandemic.Even in the blue state of Massachusetts, the urgency of six months ago to address systemic racism and policing in America after the George Floyd murder in Minneapolis seems all but [...]
Atsalis faces Swartz in Barnstable Precinct 4 Town Council race
Thursday October 29, 2020
Voters in Barnstable Precinct 4/Centerville are asked to choose between two candidates, Nik Atsalis and Jeff Swartz, to complete the remaining Town Council term of Britt Beedenbender, who stepped down in July.Beedenbender’s precinct has tackled several controversial issues in recent years, often fueling contention between residents and town leaders and elected officials.Those issues include disputes over the placement of 5G cell antennas in the steeple of the South [...]
Wind Advisory 10 PM this evening through 2 PM Friday
Thursday October 29, 2020
Wind Advisory URGENT ? WEATHER MESSAGE National Weather Service Boston/Norton MA 311 AM EDT Thu Oct 29 2020 ?WIND ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 10 PM THIS EVENING TO 2 PM EDT FRIDAY? * WHAT?Northeast winds 20 to 30 mph with gusts 45 to 50 mph expected. * WHERE?Barnstable MA, Dukes MA and Nantucket MA Counties. [?] The post Wind Advisory 10 PM this evening through 2 PM Friday appeared first on CapeCod.com.
Retiree, Business, and Laborer Organizations Endorse Crocker
Thursday October 29, 2020
CENTERVILLE ? Second Barnstable State Representative Will Crocker (R-Centerville) has been endorsed by a number of statewide organizations in his re-election bid. Mass Retirees, the National Federation of Independent Business, and the Massachusetts and Northern New England Laborers' District Council praised the? .
Businesses, Cultural Nonprofits in Hyannis East End Eligible for Grants
Thursday October 29, 2020
HYANNIS ? Businesses and cultural nonprofit organizations in the East End of Hyannis will be eligible to receive grants worth upwards of $8,000. The second round of grants, made available by the town of Barnstable alongside MassDevelopment and the Downtown Hyannis Community Development Corporation, are aimed to provide? .
MassDOT Outlines Barnstable Shared Use Path Plan
Thursday October 29, 2020
BARNSTABLE ? MassDOT recently hosted a Virtual Design Public Hearing that outlined the Barnstable-Bearse's Way Shared Use Path project for the public. The hearing consisted of a pre-recorded video presentation published to the MassDOT's website meant to allow members of the public to learn about and comment on the proposed? .
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