The Crocker Tavern
House is available to guests as a private home rental. The facilities
of the Tavern are conducive for vacation, business, or special events
such as family vacations and reunions, golf outings,
corporate retreats, business meetings, think tanks, etc. The accommodations
of the Tavern are exquisite, but also practical and comfortable.
Visitors should be aware that the atmosphere and culture of the
Cape is casual and relaxing, which is consistent with the appointment
of the Tavern. The authenticity and historical ambience of the Tavern
is a further enhancement, all of which affords a once-in-a-lifetime
Below is a brief
description of "vacation event" options for Crocker Tavern
Beaches - Barnstable
Harbor Beach is within walking distance. Across the bay is Sandy
Neck, a six mile north side barrier beach with breathtaking dunes
and tidal flats. For even more endless beaches, explore the Cape
Cod National Seashore with 27,700 acres of beach and protected land
including sloping sea cliffs, dunes, marshes, shipwrecks, wild cranberry
bogs, walking trails, paved bike paths, and lighthouses.
Islands - Take a day
trip to Nantucket or Martha's Vineyard. Transportation by ferry or
plane is a ten minute drive.
Explore Cape Towns -
Visit esoteric Provincetown, Currier & Ives Sandwich, the
Kennedy's Hyannisport, upscale Osterville, and popular Chatham and
Hyannis. The Tavern is located mid-Cape, making it the ideal vantage
point to explore all the Cape and islands.
Scenic Route 6A -
Olde Kings Highway has been selected as one of America's ten most
outstanding scenic ways by Scenic America.
Whalewatching - The
Cape has been named by World Wildlife Fund as one of the ten best
places in the world to watch whales. Trips originate from Barnstable
- Miles of trails abound ranging from nature trails to paved
Boating and Fishing -
Take a sightseeing or sunset cruise; rent a canoe, sailboat, or
kayak; charter a boat for deep-sea fishing.
And lots more . . .
Horseback riding on
the dunes. Golf at over forty public courses. Fish from shore. Visit
museums and historic houses.
Do genealogy research
across the street (Sturgis Library). Browse art galleries. Witness historic
reenactments. Enjoy springtime blooms and daffodil festivals. Go
antiquing. Enjoy village band concerts. See a play. Shop at
specialty stores. Listen to jazz at an outdoor bar. Dine at a
variety of restaurants. Join Christmas strolls. Search for land
treasures and shipwrecks. Discover Indian stone mounds. Visit 17th
and 18th century graveyards. Hunt for witches and ghosts. Experience
endless festivals, fairs, and celebrations of American heritage.