Fodor's Travel Guide Star rated
"Congratulations to the Inn at Cook Street!"
Pink Choice awards are presented at the end of each calendar year. The award recognizes those hotels, guest houses and inns that have excelled in providing the very best in gay and lesbian accommodation, based on the reviews and ratings made by guests during that calendar year.
"You exhale stress and inhale peace. This Zen-fabulous gem is a little piece of Europe."
Cape Cod Travel Guide Magazine
Fall/Winter Editor's Choice for Lodging on the Outer Cape
"Refined and urbane..."
This charming inn nearly became a private home recently, but
new owners Lisa Feistel and Doreen Birdsell saved it from changing over in 2006
and have done a terrific job improving what was already a lovely place. Rooms in
this 1836 Greek Revival house in which author Michael Cunningham lived for a
winter years ago are refined and urbane, with plush linens, flat-screen TVs
with DVD players, Wi-Fi, modern reading lamps, and tasteful furnishings.
Out and About Five Palms Award
"A terrific place to stay..."
In winter 2006, this attractive East End inn just off Bradford Street sold to a developer who planned to convert it into condos, but Connecticut transplants Lisa Feistel and Doreen Birdsell quickly stepped in, snapped it up, and turned it back into a terrific place to stay. The enthusiastic new innkeepers have done an admirable job decorating the 1836 Greek Revival where author Michael Cunningham penned Home at the End of the World one winter.
See more reviews at TripAdisor.