Chatham Village Cottage
2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath
Rents Friday to Friday during Peak Season
Linens Included, Beds Made
New Listing for 2023!
If your group of up to four likes spending time on Main Street in Chatham Village, you’ll want to consider this meticulously maintained cottage. From here, you’ll walk directly out to Main Street and all the restaurants, shops, galleries, concerts, and Cape League baseball that Chatham is famous for.
It’s also just a minute or two walk to Little Mill Pond, where you can launch a kayak and take a tour of the scenic saltwater pond and admire all the boats moored there. You can walk 12 minutes or bike less than five to popular Oyster Pond Beach, where the swimming is great, especially for kids. And it’s only a three-minute drive (five-minute bike ride) to Lighthouse Beach on Main Street, which many people say is Chatham’s best beach.
Inside the house, you’ll find a modern coastal retreat. The main level is equipped with an updated kitchen, dining area and living room. There’s a full bath on this level too. Upstairs, there are two bedrooms: one with a queen and one with two twins. There’s also a full bathroom upstairs.
Rest assured; all your creature comforts are in place. There’s a microwave, high speed Wi-Fi, cable/smart TV and air conditioning via in-wall units for summer cooling.
The home also has a private patio just off the side of the house for lounging or dining alfresco. Park your car and easily access the best of Chatham for your getaway.
Please enter your travel dates for up-to-date pricing. This property has a seven-night minimum during the peak season. As is customary in vacation rentals there are additional fees to the rates listed. Those fees include a reservation fee and a non-refundable Accidental Damage Protection (ADP) fee totaling $195. In addition, there are state and local taxes applied to all reservations less than 31 days in length that total 14.45%.
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