It's calm, it's cozy, it's cute—it's one of the best vacation rentals you can find in Cape Cod right now. I'm loving the neutral color palette going on here. The white and natural wood looks super cool.
There's art on the walls from Cape Cod artists, from the 1900s to modern-day, which adds color pops around the place. Combine with a fully functioning kitchen, crushed seashell driveway, a beautiful deck, and chic furnishings throughout, and I'm sure you'll agree this home has it all!
When an Airbnb isn't enough, you've gotta go Airbnb Plus, of course. Set in Yarmouth, this Cape Cod Airbnb is a super cute addition to the accommodation scene here. Perfect for that Cape Cod vacation you've been dreaming of all these months!
The ocean view even as you walk up to this place is pretty stunning. And the fact that you've got the sea and sand of Colonial Acres Beach right on your doorstep is a major plus. Throw in cute interiors and a great per night price and it's a winner.
Wow. This is definitely one of my favorite Cape Cod vacation rentals right now. With its modern-meets-rustic vibe, colorful living room, and spacious deck, the other bonus is being super close to the sea.
Wooden floors and well thought out furnishings throughout this post-and-beam cottage make it feel even homier. You won't want to leave! The reviews of this property are also suitably glowing.
Beach house time. This amazing Cape Cod Airbnb, set in Dennis (near the center of the cape), is literally on the beach. Can't go wrong with that.
It's not a three-bedroom property, but it does have three beds and can sleep up to four, making it great for a pals' road trip.
Other things that make this waterfront cottage so great are its interiors. Think high ceilings, whitewashed walls, beachy curated furniture throughout. The views of Cape Cod Bay are also pretty spectacular.
Ok, guys, this is a classic New England home. It's just about as by-the-sea Northeast United States as you can imagine, complete with wood-paneled walls, waterside views, upscale furnishings, and polished floors.
Sleeping up to nine guests in total, this house is a mansion of a property, great for families (that isn't actually a mansion) or if you just feel like you need that kind of space in your life! Onset Beach is right nearby, as are some pretty awesome dining options.
A sleek and modern take on the quintessential Massachusetts home, this Cape Cod Airbnb is totally about its monochrome deluxe feeling. Set in Provincetown, you'll be in the middle of the heritage of this area, too.
If you wanted to travel to Cape Cod for a slice of luxury, this is it. There are plenty of huge windows letting in a ton of light (still feels private though, which is good), the furnishings are high end, and the location is awesome. Art galleries, eateries, and the beach are literally steps away.
Truro calling—and this one's pretty special, I've gotta say. It's the sort of beautiful Airbnb Cape Cod is basically famous for. Bright, airy, rustic, with well-chosen furnishings and chic little touches throughout—I think I'm in love.
The decor is pretty eclectic, with the patterned rugs, different styles of tables, chairs, and dressers, and it ends up feeling pretty boutique. There's lots of room in here too, with an open plan style staircase leading to the second floor. Love it.
Okay, I mentioned mansion earlier, but this Cape Cod Airbnb really is huge! It's ideal if you've got like a wedding party or special occasion planned, or if you're a family who wants to live it up for a few days in Provincetown.
The decor is all about shabby chic here, with rustic touches, vintage pieces, and plenty of bright original artwork adorning the walls. It's basically awesome. And that's without even mentioning the hammock sitting area on the deck—morning coffee goals!
There you have it—the very best Airbnbs in Cape Cod. There’s no way you won’t find some amazing travel deals to help your vacation be the best ever. Don’t forget to tag me in your Insta stories and pics (I’m @wtfab) because I love this part of the country!
Elise Armitage is an entrepreneur and founder of What The Fab, a travel + lifestyle blog based in California. At the beginning of 2019, Elise left her corporate job at Google to chase her dreams: being an entrepreneur and helping women find fabulous in the everyday. Since then, she’s launched her SEO course Six-Figure SEO, where she teaches bloggers how to create a passive revenue stream from their website using SEO. Featured in publications like Forbes, Elle, HerMoney, and Real Simple, Elise is a firm believer that you can be of both substance and style.
Saturday 19th of September 2020
Seems like such a peaceful place to visit and lots of gorgeous stay options!