The Captain's Manor Inn

Set in the midst of 1.4 acres of lush lawns, gardens and beautiful grounds.


Set in the midst of 1.4 acres of lush lawns, gardens and beautiful grounds.

front entrance
dining room
dining room
the captains manor inn bedroom
kitchen seating
sitting room
green room





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The Basics


The Captain's Manor Inn is the first summer home built in Falmouth. The property was purchased by Captain Albert Nye, who built the home as a gift to his wife for their wedding. It was designed with a Southern flair, as Henrietta was from New Orleans. The craftsmanship, grounds, location to Main Street, and all that Falmouth offers create an ideal getaway whether vacationing, celebrating a birthday, anniversary, biking, or the beach. Call for reservations.

At a Glance

  • Free WiFi
  • Smoke-Free
  • Free Parking
  • Concierge Services
  • Adult Only
  • Fireplaces
  • Fireplace or Fire Pit
  • Tesla Charger

In the Know

  • Enjoy a stroll on Chapoquoit Beach to see the many boats traveling through the canal
  • Take a picnic along the Shining Sea Bikeway as you travel past the nature preserves and the beach
  • Be sure to catch a sunset at the Knob
  • Ride aboard Woods Hole Island Tours with a stop at one of the Islands for a swim and lunch

Stay for the Story

The inn was the first summer home built in Falmouth, MA in 1849 by Captain Albert Nye who shipped goods. Located in the historic village of Falmouth guests enjoy access to local shops & restaurants. The Southern plantation style is unique to the area.

Sip & Savor

Here are a few things to sip & savor when you visit…

Try Water Street Kitchen for seasonal ingredients and a fresh made from scratch menu
Enjoy Italian classics and fresh pasta at Osteria La Civetta
Try Quarterdeck Restaurant for fresh local seafood

See & Do

Here are a few things to see & do when you visit…

Ride the Shining Sea Railway for a ride from Falmouth to scenic Woods Hole
Rent a kayak and paddleboard for a fun day on the water
Visit Falmouth on the Green to get insight on the rich history of Falmouth

Guest Reviews

Patti and Randy are amazing hosts and owners of the Captains Manor Inn. It is MORE than amazing! Our room was the Forbes room and it was beautifully done. Our king bed was so soft and seriously comfy! The homemade breakfasts were awesome and prepared on site and can be specific to any dietary needs. Patti and Randy clearly enjoy what they do and it shows in every way....See More

- Jeanine Smith

My husband and I enjoyed our 40th anniversary at The Captains Manor Inn! The rooms and the grounds were very well maintained and the convenience to shopping was superb! The breakfasts were delicious and our hosts were vey helpful. I would stay here again in a heartbeat!

- Alma Alonzo

Our first trip to the Cape, first time in Falmouth. Loved staying here and wish we had spent more time. The room and food were great. Interesting, historic home and area. But the owners were the best part. Wonderful, interesting people. Super friendly and engaging. Great experience overall. Better than expected.

- David Amen

Patti and Randy are the best hosts! Patti makes an elaborate breakfast each morning. Randy was great chatting to over coffee. Every single little detail was thought of for an easy and wonderful stay. I can’t wait to go back!

- Kinsley Winn

We stayed at the B&B a couple of weeks ago and it was magnificent. Pattie the owner was just beyond words as sweet as can be. She made sure every single thing was perfect for each guest. It was my husband's birthday and she surprised him with a chocolate cake and card! Breakfast was done to perfection and we could not have asked for a better experience. She made...See More

- Vita Melignano

Rooms & Suites

# of Rooms: 7

Room Amenities: Air Conditioning, Bathrobes, Hair Dryer, Alarm Clocks, Antique Furnishings

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For information on ADA accessibility for the facility or its rooms, please contact the property directly.


Smoking Policy: Smoke free

Family Friendly: Welcomes children over the age of 12

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Food & Wine

Meals Offered: Breakfast

Special Diets Accommodated: Yes

Restaurant on Premises: No

Dining Amenities: Complimentary Afternoon Tea/Refreshments, Complimentary Beverages, Complimentary Early Coffee Tea, Complimentary Evening Hors d'oeuvres, Complimentary Snacks, Picnics Available, Special Diets Accommodated

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Guest Services

Internet Service: Wireless

Front Desk/Security: Business Hours, Onsite

Corporate Rates: No

Inn Amenities: Concierge Services, Free Onsite Parking, Full House Rental Available, Gardens on Property, Green Environmentally Friendly, LGBTQI+ Friendly, Meeting Space Available, National Historic Registry, Weddings & Events Available

Weddings & Celebrations

Wedding/Reception/Event Facilities: Indoor, Outdoor

Events Supported: Ceremonies, Elopements

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Business Travel & Meetings

Meeting Types: Business Meetings, Retreats

Meeting Facilities: Yes

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