"If the phrase “cozy inn” rings your romantic chimes, consider the Chatham Inn at 359 Main...TripAdvisor named this 18-room property “the most romantic hotel in Massachusetts.” It’s chic, not frou-frou, with white duvets, rugs by Serena & Lily, and Frette towels, bathrobes, and slippers. Lighthouse Beach is a stroll away, and a stay includes the Chef’s Grand Breakfast on the patio in summer. The menu features an enticing array, from crab cakes to avocado toast."
The on-site Chatham Wine Bar & Restaurant is the proud recipient of the 2018 Wine Spectator Award of Excellence. This prestigious award is a tremendous honor that we share with our entire restaurant team!
Chatham Inn at 359 Main is proud to be chosen as one of the Top 25 Hotels for Romance in the US by TripAdvisor.
“Incredible and Romantic Stay”
"Amazing Service at 359 on Main"
"Exquisite. Romantic. Perfect."
"The recently renovated luxury boutique hotel is within walking distance of the town’s Main Street. Guests can cuddle up beside a wood-burning fireplace in their rooms before dining fireside at the inn’s intimate Chatham Wine Bar and Restaurant"
"This Cape Cod stunner makes for the perfect childfree summer base. Be sure to schedule your tee times at one of the multiple championship golf courses surrounding the inn before enjoying the onsite restaurant’s ever-popular wine bar and stunning views of the New England sunset."
Chatham Inn at 359 Main is honored to be chosen by TripAdvisor as the #1 Most Romantic Hotel in the Northeast and the #7 Most Romantic Hotel in the United States
“I am greatly looking forward to returning to Chatham for these wonderful events at the Orpheum and the Chatham Inn at 359 Main,” Sherman said. Sherman is well known as co-author of “The Finest Hours,” the book about the 1952 Pendleton rescue off Chatham that became one of the biggest feature films of 2016.
"Just minutes from Chatham's center sits a relatively new kid on the block...If you're looking for a romantic winter getaway, they're open year round, come sun or snow"
"Every detail has been considered: The 18 rooms have Malin+Goetz bath products, Frette towels, and Matouk linens. (If you can book early enough, request a room with a working fireplace.) A breakfast of elaborate dishes such as crab cakes with chipotle aioli is included in the rate. After dinner at the hotel’s Chatham Wine Bar & Restaurant, order a glass of wine (there are 25 to choose from) and make your way to the fire pit."
We are the proud winner of both the "Best Hotel on the Cape" as well as the "Best Inn on the Cape". What an extraordinary honor!
"The new Chatham Wine Bar and Restaurant offers large and small plates, and 25 wines by the glass... An exceptional and creative dinner menu offers an outstanding section of entrees."
"Six bed & breakfast [and] inns from the Chatham Lodging Association are again taking part in a Veterans Appreciation Weekend, each donating a two-night stay for veterans Nov. 6 and 7."
"Organized by Jeff Ippoliti, owner of Chatham Inn at 359 Main. It was the ultimate fan experience! All said, this unforgettable week raised nearly $44,000 for Team Fox!"
We are pleased to have received the coveted Certificate of Excellence award from TripAdvisor, as the #1 rated Hotel on Cape Cod!
"So many of the finest properties in Cape Cod are the quaint New England boutique hotels, like the Chatham Inn at 359 Main. This five-star hotel, rated the #1 hotel in Cape Cod, has been renovated and completely refurnished over the past two years and is a romantic spot situated just at the peaceful end of Chatham's charming Main Street."Read More (2 MB)
"Chatham Inn at 359 Main owner Jeff Ippoliti organized the events, which raised funds for the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research, founded by the films' star."
"The car, a reproduction of the time machine in the 1985 film “Back to the Future,” is in town as part of in a series of fundraisers centered on the popular movie trilogy benefiting the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research."
"Coming together again to benefit Fox's Parkinson's Research Foundation seems like a natural, especially if it means coming back to Chatham."
"It all started with the car. One of the most famous cars, in fact, in all moviedom: The DeLorean Time Machine with the gull-wing doors that took Michael J. Fox's Marty McFly back to the past, then “Back to the Future” in the classic 1980s movie trilogy."
"Stars Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson and the time-traveling DeLoreans will be among the fan favorites on hand next month for “Back to the Future Week” in Chatham."
"It feels a lot like the 1980’s in Chatham this week, as a series of fundraisers tied to the blockbuster movie “Back to the Future” raise money for Parkinson’s Research."