If you've got innkeeper fantasies and a penchant for historic architecture, Cape Cod has an abundance of historic bed and breakfasts for sale. We've put together a handy map of 13 B&Bs currently on the market across Barnstable County. The circa 1670 to 1882 properties, asking $539,000 to $1,995,000, all have room at the inn for new owners.Read More
13 Historic Bed and Breakfast Inns for Sale on Cape Cod
The Bursley Manor
Asking $850,000, this circa 1670 B&B includes seven bedrooms, eight baths and a post & beam carriage house. According to the brokerbabble, The Bursley Manor is "one of the oldest homesteads on the Cape."
The Acworth Inn
Located in the historic village of Cummaquid, The Acworth Inn is a circa 1700 five bedroom on the north side of the Old King's Highway. Listed on the National Historic Register, the inn is asking $599,000.
Olde Captain's Inn
This circa 1827 features a four bedroom main house, currently operated as the Olde Captain's Inn, plus two attached year round rentals. Price tag is $549,899.
Olde Schoolhouse B&B
Built in 1854, this seven bedroom, seven bath was originally built as a school and was previously the Olde Schoolhouse B&B. Most recently, the property has rented for $6-8K/per week, but it's now empty. Yours for $539,900.
The Captain Farris House
Built in 1825 and on the National Register of Historic Places, The Captain Farris House is a 12 bedroom former sea captain's home in Bass River Village. Asking price is $1,930,000.
Brewster by the Sea
Brewster by the Sea dates to 1846. The 10 bedroom farm house and separate guest house is located across from Drummer Boy Park and is listed for $1,499,000.
Old Manse Inn
The Old Manse Inn dates to 1801. The 7,922 square foot, 12 guest room antique sea captain's manor is asking $1,689,000.
Three Peaks is currently licensed as a six room guest house. The circa 1880 Victorian is on the market for $994,500.
The Prince Albert Guest House
Built in 1882, this West End Victorian mansion has operated as a Bed and Breakfast for over a quarter century. The Prince Albert Guest House is available for $1,795,000.
The Fairbanks Inn
Built between 1775 and 1776 by sea captain Eben Snow, The Fairbanks Inn features brick walls made of Dutch brick, which were brought back as ballast by Captain Snow. The property includes 15 guest accommodations, 10 fireplaces and three buildings. Asking price is $1,995,000.
The Gracie House
The Gracie House, a four bedroom Victorian, was built in 1850 and is on the market for $791,250. Although not currently operated as a B&B, "the owner has transferable lodging license" and is open to financing qualified investors.
According to the brokerbabble, "Snug Cottage is the B&B you've always dreamed of owning!" Built in 1820, the eight guest room property includes parking for nine cars and is asking $1,695,000.
The West End's Ampersand Guesthouse operates an an 11 room B&B. Built in 1800, the 3,894 square foot Greek Revival is asking $1,895,000.