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Ocean Edge Resort Brewster, MA

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2907 Main Street Brewster, Massachusetts 02631 Map & Driving Directions

Originally built in 1890, the Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club stands tall among luxurious Cape Cod hotels and resorts. Spanning 400 acres in the town of Brewster, in a picturesque setting, this beautifully restored historic landmark boasts an expansive championship golf course, a romantic beach boardwalk, and breathtaking sunset views. From classically furnished accommodations to spacious banquet facilities, it’s the perfect destination for your next romantic getaway, family vacation, or other memorable celebration.

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Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, this resort hotel maintains its storied tradition as the region’s premier location for recreation and relaxation. Whether you’re traveling for business or leisure, you can take advantage of the private beach, indoor and outdoor pools, fitness center, and impressive conference facilities.

Features: 335 guest rooms, with views of Cape Cod Bay - Villas, with views of the Bay or golf course - 18-hole PGA championship golf course - 11 outdoor tennis courts - Private beach - Four distinct restaurants and grilles - Four outdoor pools - Two indoor pools - fitness center - Saunas and hot tubs - high-speed Internet access - cable television

Traveler reviews vary greatly but on a scale of 1 to 5, this 4 star resort maintains a solid 3 rating from the sources we checked.

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The resort village (The Britterage) we stayed in off season was very nice and extremely clean. We were surprised to have some amenities like a washer/dryer and complete kitchen.The resort fee of $16.00 seemed high when none of the outdoor pools were open and the rest of the facilities were a few miles away. Route 6A is much less commercial than Rte 28 where we stayed with our kids when they were young We were able to find restaurants..probably should have tried the Resort’s restaurants.I would recommend this for longer than a few days stay to really get into it.

Posted by Norma from Rochester, NY | #

Me and my spouse with our baby went here for vacation. First of all we get there, and there is no pack n play like they said there would be. Then they bring one into the room after I called, and the sheets were clean but the pack n play was dirty of stains that were on it and some rips, and wobbly. The furniture was also stained and the floor looked like it needed vacuuming.

Also,There is no sign directing you to the front desk or where to park. So you are confused as to where to check in. And if you have a baby which we did, you have to take the stroller up these huge stairs or go to a different building to take an elevator to get to a ramp to get to the front desk!.

They talk of room service, but when we were there in May 2010 they said they would not have room service till after memorial day! And if you want a breakfast,the hotels restaurant provides it for a costly fee. Only the coffee is free, if you can get to it before it runs empty.

The next day we went out to our car because we needed to drive down to see the water since online it talks about a bay view! which is very misleading because you cannot see the water from your room. So when we went out to our car there were about 50 little green worms all over our car from their tree in the parking lot! I went to the front desk and they offered nothing to help me get them off!! I simply had to ask them where the car wash was and they printed me out directions and never offered to help clean it off!

They advertise a spa. The spa lady leaves a message saying there are no appointments available for the entire Saturday and Sunday!  She did not offer to call us in case one did come available! Overpriced food, nothing special about the tennis courts.

The worst part of all, my credit card numbers had been stolen. Well, the charges had occurred just after we had left the resort!!! So it is being investigated. The staff in the front desk constantly changes. I would not recommend this wanna be resort to anyone!

Posted by Sunny from Providence, RI | #

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