The Chatham Inn is not only Cape Cod’s best kept secret, but also the only Relais & Chateaux property in the area. Offering fine dining, luxurious accommodations and world-class service, this is the place to book this summer.
Where is the Chatham Inn?
Located in the center of historic Chatham, Massachusetts, the Chatham Inn is where you’ll want to stay while visiting Cape Cod. Chatham is 90 miles south of Boston, which means it’s about an hour and a half away with no traffic, usually about two hours if there is traffic. The descent of Cape Town is also a classic New England experience in itself. Once you cross the Sagamore Bridge, you’ll notice the scenery change, stunted trees, cape-style houses, and beaches will put you in a good mood before you even reach your destination.
Why visit the Chatham Inn
Visit if you are looking for a place to escape the hustle and bustle of the world we have all been living in for a year. The staff will meet all of your needs.
When you arrive at the property, its charming facade only beckons you for afternoon cocktails and the rooms have all been lovingly restored to both retain its 200 year old heritage and provide all modern conveniences. that luxury travelers expect. Some of the key details that stand out are the original wood floors which have all been removed, restored and then reinstalled, as well as the fireplaces in many rooms. Luxurious linens, modern bathrooms and USB chargers are a reminder that you are at a Relais & Châteaux property that obliges all of its members to meet the highest standards of modern luxury, while being set in a historic setting. .
What to do at the Chatham Inn
The Chatham Inn is a short walk from the city center, as well as Chatham Light. So after a gourmet breakfast, which is free with every stay, take a stroll to the left or right of the hotel – you can’t go wrong, one direction takes you into town, where you will find shops, restaurants, shops and restaurants. restaurants and cafes and the other takes you to the beach and to Chatham Light.
However, after a day exploring the charming town of Chatham on Cape Cod, be sure to book a reservation at the Inn’s fine dining restaurant, Cuvée. La Cuvée is run by chef Isaac Olivo, whose culinary pedigree includes stops at 3 Michelin star Jean-Georges and 5 star UKTN Peninsula Hotel in New York. It is immediately evident that he has brought everything he has learned back to this little Cape Town gem.
Dinner is served exclusively in a tasting menu format, with optional wine accompaniments, and the chef focuses on using local and seasonal ingredients, taking inspiration from the astonishing landscape around the property. Expect to find things like expertly prepared scallops, seared black sea bass just like that, and desserts that are true works of art on the spring menu. This dining experience is unlike anything you will find on Cape Cod, the sophistication of not only the flavor profiles but also the attention of the staff is reminiscent of Michelin starred restaurants in the European countryside. And if you don’t have time to spend the weekend at the Chatham Inn, the descent from Boston is worth it for an evening at the Cuvée.