Perfect for brunch and a walk down the harbor. Maybe even a boat ride.
“A classic 18th-century colonial house makes up the heart of the place, and the cottages cluster around, some with views of the lawn and gardens, others overlooking Pleasant Bay. The accommodations range from cozy little queen rooms in the cottages that range across the 20-acre grounds to a new batch of luxury rooms, with balconies and sweeping views of the waters of the bay. Even the most basic are decidedly high-end, however, with Molton Brown bath products and plush terry robes, and the timeless New England style provides a much-needed break from modernity.
Wequassett’s culinary offerings ensure that you don’t have to venture out on the town if you don’t want to; there’s a restaurant that’s much in demand, a fine casual bar and grill, and a poolside barbecue that might add a dimension to your idea of New England cuisine. Despite its name, Wequassett doesn’t have its own golf club; what it does offer is guest access to the members-only Cape Cod National Golf Club, right next door, as well as close proximity to two public courses. Tennis courts are available on-site, there’s a resident pro to tune up your game, and the nautical setting on Pleasant Bay makes for fine swimming, windsurfing and sailing.”
Okay, so we all know by now the fashion color of the year Tangerine Tango. Thanks to the geniuses behind Pantone we have witnessed this color invade the fashion scene. Tangerine Tango is the perfect blend of vibrant orange with hints of a poppy red.
Here are a couple of my favorite pieces in the color. Some of which have already creeped their way into my closet.
These might just be the perfect summer shoe…
Navy White Stripe
Red White Stripe
Makes me want to jump over to the Greek Isles and spend a few days at
A bit about the Sea Captain
First off, it has four rooms. Yes you heard that correctly, 4 exquisite, private, beautiful rooms located in the most incredible spot in Santorini, Oia.
“That means jacuzzis in every suite, for one, and an approach to decorating that goes beyond the stripped-down Greek-island norm — there are hints of the baroque in these bedrooms, with their antique woodwork and gilded mirrors. It’s all in the name of character, though, rather than pure flash; the scale of the place prevents it ever feeling over-opulent. Dine in, if you’re in the mood for some privacy, or book a table at one of the owners’ two village restaurants, if you prefer a more sociable stay.”
Please, seriously, take me there now. I don’t even need the shoes.
Book your next stay compliments of Tablet. Hotels.
Is it okay to start saving for a trip after the honeymoon?