October 13, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club in Brewster, Massachusetts
At the turn of the 20th Century, the original mansion of Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club was home to prominent Brewster businessman Samuel Nickerson and hosted lavish soirées for New England society. Today it’s a well-groomed resort for guests who appreciate a country club ambience with historic flair: The carved busts of Shakespearean characters preside over the lobby, while leaded glass windows and terraces overlook the Bay. The mansion rooms are cozy, with a marble fireplace to warm up chilly nights, while spacious one- to three-bedroom villas sidle up to the golf course.
Rent a bike to navigate the 26-mile trail through scrubby beach trees and wild roses to the Cape Cod National Seashore. Listen to the lonesome call of a foghorn at sea while walking along receding tides toward the lighthouse. Dig into a lunchtime plate of buttered lobster and battered flounder. Sip on the peninsula’s namesake cranberry-and-vodka cocktail on a breezy mansion terrace.
Location of Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club
Nearest Airport: BOS
Amenities for Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club
- 338 Rooms & Suites
- Pets Not Permitted
- Individually Designed Rooms
- Private Terraces
- Private Beach
- 2 Indoor Pools
- 18-hole Golf Course
- Golf Academy
- Tennis Academy
- 3 Restaurants
- Bicycle Rental
- Ecological Excursions
- Nature Walks
- Conference Facilities
- Catering Services
- Children's Programs
- Teen Activities
- Kids Club
- Kids Pool
- Wedding Planning Services
Reviews for Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club
We (2 adults & teenagers) stayed at the end of July for 5 days to visit Cape Cod. Before going I read the reviews and I was not 100% convinced however we had a great stay and really enjoyed our time. We would definitely go back The check-in & out was straightforward (just be aware that you have to pay the 25$/day fee). The apartment we stayed in was in an excellent condition, complete and seemed to be recently redone. We stayed in the Britterige Village which is directly near to the Blueberry Pond for kayaking and the bike rentals (and we did both). The staff everywhere was really friendly There's a pool there too but that's only accessible for members, so went a few times to the pool (there are 2-3 indoor & outdoor pools) and then we took the car for a few minutes to another village. We went to the beach either by shuttle, bike and car so it depends on where you want to go. On the arrival in the evening we had dinner at the Lynx Tavern which was good and again with a great service. The position of the resort allows you to go around Cape Cod easily, basically in 45-50 mts you can get to every destination (excluding the islands) by car. We visited ProvinceTown for visiting & whale watching (absolute must!), Chapham, beaches in & nearby Brewster. The Cape Code trail bike ride is really nice and you can go a natural park nearby (a bit hilly) or to one of the several beaches. Also it is a great option when the weather was a little bit less sunny.
KingArnoud - Brussels, Belgium
I have just returned from a wonderful stay in Brewster at the Ocean Edge resort. Thank you so much to Jaime the manager and her team for doing such a fantastic job taking care of my family and I during our weekend get away on Cape Cod. Jaime made this such a memorable stay for my 2 boys, going above and beyond to ensure we felt well taken care of throughout our stay. I cannot say enough good things about this young woman who went above and beyond to make sure that we had a perfect stay. I have stayed all over the world in luxury hotels and can confidently say that Ocean Edge is so fortunate to have someone like Jaime managing their hotel.
nbnuts - Boston, Massachusetts
Spent 4 nights the week before Labour Day in the Villages. Overall a favourable experience. Good Customer service, a lot of amenities, enough options to eat, friendly staff to help you navigate around the town. Staff was good -- took my 8 yo to rent a ball machine in a court. The 2 tennis centres on the property quickly coordinated a time for my daughter to get some court time which involved asking some people to move over. Rented some bikes and was able to take advantage of the paved bike path which extends through the area. Scenic but you do have a lot of stops for traffic. Also, had some activities for the kids which they enjoyed. A poolside craft class, activity set up of games on the Mansion lawn, movies at dusk which was a novelty and again, something the kids enjoyed. A few drawbacks -- no room service which sometimes is welcome with younger kids. Second, the rooms are neither outdated nor modern. They could do with a refresh. Our particular unit was on the ground floor of a 4-unit house in the Villages. Our room was next to the stairs going to the second floor so you heard quite a bit which could be disturbing. Lastly, they have a fitness facility on the Mansion side but it was hard to find and signage wasn't really clear.
Bigtings - Toronto, Ontario
Booking: Sam was exceptional at the front desk. He is the reason why I gave the resort 2 star. Without his dedication and kindness, I would have given the resort 0 star. Another receptionist messed up our booking at check-in. He was rude, slow, incompetent and acted like he was forced to work there. We ended up staying at one room a night and had to move to another for the rest of our trip because of that receptionist. He asked if we d like an upgrade for $100 more per night. The room would be nice he said. After agreeing to that, we were able to stay for only one night in that "nice room" and next day being kicked out because that room was reserved for someone else. He totally did not mention that fact at all. Hotel and room: We stayed at the mansion on our first night. The room was old and small. The imposingly "nice room" had the view of a parking lot. We had to carry our luggage up the stair ourselves. We stayed at the villages for the rest of our trip. The suite was very outdated with ancient furniture. The bed sheets were dirty with foot prints on them and some scattered orange stains. We had to call 3 times, about 3 hours apart each time until a gentleman showed up to change our sheets. There were also lot of big stains on the carpet. Totally not worth the money.
Meh. This was our second stay. Both times using Groupon. Our first at the Mansion was nice. This time we stayed on the Villages side in Arbor Village because we have a baby and having a kitchen is important. The room/condo itself was dingy and needs an update. The wall air conditioning units need servicing as there was a musty odor that required us to burn candles to avoid the smell. There were blue stains on the shower curtain, a light was out in the kitchen and in the main entrance which we needed to call about. We also cooked and had the fire alarm go off twice simply because there is no vent in the kitchen. The bed had a bent piece under it which my husband had to fix himself (the bed probably would have broken with our weight otherwise), there was coffee left in the coffee maker when we checked in, and the back door was left unlocked when we checked in. Also, a $25 resort fee seems excessive given most of the resort amenities weren't open during our stay (starting the day after Labor Day things shut down). I think the resort fee should be reduced during off-season. I also noted something about our anniversary on the reservation, but it was not acknowledged, which it always had been in the past at other hotels and even at the mansion when we stayed there for our first anniversary. I'm the positive side, when calling about anything like needing coffee, or maintenance to fix lights, they responded quickly. For a Groupon rate, (aside from the resort fee)it was an ok value. If we paid the full amount I would have been massively disappointed. It was certainly not nearly as good of an experience we had as when we were in the mansion.
Tara525 - Boston, Massachusetts