Sunday, July 17, 2016
The Beach At Seadar Inn Harwich Port
The beach is very close to the Seadar Inn, but you'll have to figure that out on your own. Just walk out of the main building at the Seadar Inn and head towards the parking lot for the public beach. Keep walking and you'll arrive at the beach. On both sides, there are signs that say 'private beach', but after talking to some folks, that means the beach area up close to their homes/inns. Down by the ocean? That's not private. As the security guard at the Wychmere Beach Club told us in his Jamaican accent: "nobody owns the ocean"!?!?
So, if you find yourself stuck at the Seadar Inn with the rude Michael Hanover the Innkeeper - do yourself a favor and head down the beach to the less crowded sections. Plant your beach chair and your umbrella down by the waterside and put your feet in the ocean. You're going to be fine there.
The beach is quite nice and it faces Nantucket Sound. It is littered with sea life including lots and lots of shells and kelp/seaweed, but don't worry about it. There are plenty of spots that are debris free.
But...trust us. Enjoy this beach, but don't do it while staying at the Seadar Inn by the Sea in Harwich Port on Cape Cod. Instead...go to the Inn on the Beach in Harwich Port, Massachusetts. It is right next door to the Seadar Inn and - frankly - doesn't suck.
If you can book there instead of the Seadar Inn, do it. It is closer to the beach and you don't have to deal with the rude Innkeeper Michael, your cable will probably work and the rooms won't smell moldy and musty.