Hyannis is best known for its large, pretty beaches and deep-water harbor. Courtyard Resort is located in downtown Hyannis, close to the beaches and the docks. In addition to this great location, the resort offers an indoor pool, whirlpool, sauna, sun deck, and restaurant that presents live entertainment during the summer season. Set aside time for sight-seeing--the Cape is filled with many interesting attractions. Shops and restaurants are within walking distance. Between April and October, a whale- watching cruise is a must. The on-site restaurant is closed in the off season.
Courtyard Resort is located in Hyannis, Massachusetts - the heart of Cape Cod. Hyannis is known for its variety of large beaches. If you enjoy this part of Cape Cod, you may also want to try James Stephen Resort Village also located in Hyannis.
Cape Cod offers a variety of recreation activities. With 559.6 miles of coastline, there is no better place to spend the days swimming, kayaking, sailing and snorkeling. Enjoy whale watching along Stellwagen Bank, one of the world's finest whale feeding grounds located off Cape Cod Bay. Or just relax by the beach with a good book.When on land, try your swing at one of Cape Cod's 27 public golf courses and 15 private venues. Catch a game of the Cape Cod Baseball League, the premier amateur baseball league in the nation since 1885. Tour one of Cape Cod's historic lighthouses or enjoy a scenic bike ride along our 50+ miles of bike trails.
If shopping is your activity of choice, Cape Cod has over 2,400 shopping venues extending across the region. The Cape is truly a shopper's dream. There is a celebrated antique trail leads through every Cape town, but Old King's Highway (historic Route 6A) is especially alive with exquisite antique finds. Browse Cape Cod's array of quaint gift shops, independent stores, bookstores and specialty boutiques, many of which can be found in Cape Cod's charming village centers. Jewelry designers, glassmakers, textile weavers, fine furniture makers, sculptors, quilters, potters, photographers and wood carvers sell their wares inshops, galleries and craft fairs throughout the Cape.