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Last Days of Summer
 Wow, that was a quick summer! Charlotte and I would like to thank all our great guests for being a part of our busiest summer in the thirteen years we have owned the Candleberry Inn! In addition to our lodging, we had two rehearsal dinners on the grounds a...

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Redwing Takes the Water for Another Season of Sailing
Our wooden gaff rigged sloop Redwing was launched today for her 33rd season of sailing the waters on Cape Cod Bay. Built in 1982 and acquired by us in 1987, she has traveled most of the New England coastline from Mystic, CT to Southwest Harbor, ME. Redwing'...

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Candleberry Inn Cape Cod Life Magazine 2015 Best B+B/Inn on the Lower Cape!
For the second year in a row, the Candleberry Inn was chosen as the Best B+B/Inn on the Lower Cape by readers of Cape Cod Life Magazine. Thank you to all our supporters who voted for us! It's a real honor to be selected once again. We'd also like to congrat...

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Brewster in Bloom!
It's official! Winter is over! We celebrated the Annual Brewster in Bloom Festival this past weekend with beautiful 60 degree weather. A full house at the Candleberry Inn was treated to a weekend long schedule of activities throughout our town. Highlights i...

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Getting Here.
As all Cape Codders (and most of our guest know) Cape Cod is an island. We are surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, Cape Cod Bay, Nantucket Sound, Vineyard Sound, Buzzards Bay and the Cape Cod Canal. That makes getting here a little different from going anywhe...

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The Birds
It's the second day of spring and all I see out the window is snow. This isn't supposed to happen. In like a lion out like a lamb? We can only hope. So, with better days ahead, let's talk about one sure sign of spring.... birds. Probably the most notable re...

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The Innkeepers Take a Vacation
Back in the winter of 1973-74, Charlotte and I used our college winter break as an opportunity to head south in an old Mercury Montego, get some sun and do a little work. Forty one years later, with the kids grown-up and a retirement from teaching, we were ...

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Brewster Beaches
OK, no more posts about blizzards, wood stoves or fireplaces! Enough of this winter! Lets talk about beaches. You remember them. Brewster is blessed to have some beautiful bay side beaches all open to the public and some not so open to the public. As reside...

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This Old Fireplace
Friday Night and another blizzard expected tomorrow. It's getting to be routine this winter. Among the many Inn projects this off season was to fix/replace or just find out what was going on with the fireplace hearth in the Highlands Room. The floor bricks ...

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In Praise of the Wood Stove
The Weather Channel reports a temperature of 27 degrees, wind gusts of 35mph, cloudy and overcast skies. A cold February afternoon on Cape Cod. But here inside the Inn living room it's 70 degrees and very comfortable thanks to our Jotul wood stove. We don't...
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