The Chatham Bars Inn was originally developed in 1914 as a semi-private hunting lodge for wealthy Boston vacationers. And early ads boasted of “plastered, soundproof accommodations with electric lights, steam heat, long distance telephones, and private bathrooms featuring both fresh and salt water baths.” The hotel also operated its own farm, which provided fresh produce and dairy products for guests’ meals and it quickly earned a reputation as Cape Cod’s most elegant, beach destination.

Under its present owner, Chatham Bars Inn is all that and more after a $100 million renovation that has retained all of the Inn’s old world charm while also updating it with every modern convenience and amenity.

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