Ashley Manor, circa 1699, is one of the most gracious estates on Historic Old King’s Highway, scenic Route 6A. The Inn is centrally located in the Historic Village of Barnstable minutes from Barnstable Harbor and Cape Cod Bay. The properties mid-cape location is ideal for day trips to the islands of Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard. Rich in history, you’ll find the delightful village of Cape Cod easy to reach from Ashley Manor’s front door.
For your visit to Cape Cod, Ashley Manor offers six spacious guest rooms from which to choose. Four luxury suites with wood-burning fireplaces, newly, private en-suite baths and double Jacuzzi tubs. Additional suite features include, individual A/C and heat, HDTV and King or Queen sized beds. Two deluxe guest rooms offer en-suite baths and all of the traditional amenities. There is a private balcony for the exclusive use of the Phinney's Terrace room.
The home was once believed to be a "safe house" during the Revolutionary War as well as one of 6 hotels to be a stop on the Underground Railroad. Today, Ashley Manor's 17th Century charm is carefully blended with modern luxury. It is no surprise that the New York Times called Ashley Manor, “One of the nicest on the Cape”.
Stay at Ashley Manor and indulge in a chef inspired gourmet breakfast each morning. During warm summer mornings, breakfast is served on the brick patio overlooking the spacious 2-acre park-like gardens. When the weather chills down, service moves inside to the formal dining room with glowing wood burning fireplace.
Guests have full use of the onsite Tennis court with recently added Pickle ball lines.
Allison and Keith recently moved from Laguna Beach, CA to purchase Ashley Manor. With a combined 50 years of hospitality experience, they felt that Inn ownership was a natural progression. They are currently making subtle changes to the Inn's appearance with modern luxury while maintaining the homes 17th century charm. "We are thrilled to be in this position and have the opportunity to continue the long history of excellent hospitality at Ashley Manor."