Falling in love with Cape Cod and…Isaiah Jones Bed and Breakfast

I am trying to go through the pictures of my honeymoon and organize them so that I can share them (I don´t think anybody would really go through  1600 pictures). Today, I mesh it with Road Trip Wednesday (Blog carnival from YA Highway) as they asked what would be the place of our writing retreat and the people we would bring with us (yay for Colin who asked on Twitter what the topic for this week would be :D)

Cape Cod and Isaiah Jones B&B would be a great writing retreat. I´d bring my hubby along and all of you. We could rent out the B&B and have writing sessions, talk about books, have a drink or two, or simply enjoy our surroundings. Anybody in for poker too? or scrabble? And the breakfasts would just help us power through anything!

If you have a significant other, you should bring him/her too.  They could hang out altogether while we do the writing thing. And everybody can also spend some alone time in their quiet, cozy room or walk on the beach.  Maybe one day?

I´ve gushed about this Bed and Breakfast before. This is where Chemical Engineer and I stayed for a night in 2007 and where we decided to come back to in order to spend a few relaxing days in Cape Cod after driving around for so long.

We were not disappointed at all. Not by Sandwich, not by Cape Cod and definitely not by this wonderful Bed and Breakfast. Donnie and Katherine are not only warm and friendly, they have plenty of tips to discover the area. And the breakfasts are delicious!

  • Some of my favorite pictures from Cape Cod
 
  • Our favorite restaurant in Sandwich, MA
 

  • And the lovely details of Isaiah Jones Homestead Bed and Breakfast (you can click below to see a slideshow of some of the pictures I took of this charming place)
 
Is there one place you really love going on vacation to?
Or have you already gone on any writing retreats? 
 
 

18 Comments

  1. Colin says:

    Thanks for the shout-out, Elodie!! 😀

    It would be cool to visit New England sometime. So much history and beauty. Your pictures are great, especially the one of your shadows on the beach–very artsy and romantic! 🙂

  2. Kat says:

    Having a bunch of writers hanging out together + significant others there but taken care of while we do the writerly thing? Bliss! I actually went with the complete opposite (alone in the woods) type of thing but this sounds like so much fun!

  3. I love Cape Cod 🙂 I lived in Boston for 8 years, so I have a soft spot for the east coast and I could definitely picture myself going to any of those small sea-side towns for a writing retreat!

  4. I loved the historical aspects of the B&B and the food looked fabulous! It makes me want to go on a writing retreat to one of the old B&Bs around here that I only recently discovered. Living in a place like that and writing my historical stuff would idyllic! 🙂

  5. J.C. Martin says:

    Sounds like you had a wonderful and memorable honeymoon. Cape Cod looks like a quaint little place, and the B&B looks lovely. And I always love pictures of yummy food!

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