Click to bookmark this page!
Welcome to Cape Cod for Couples
Discovering Thailand: Let's Sea Hua Hin Resort
Best Things Nearby: Location, location, location! Also, the front pool has great waitstaff service. The back pool has volleyball in the afternoon, but is pretty private the rest of the time.
Also, the resort is small enough that you feel like family. You can find some fabulous pictures here: lets-sea-al-fresco-resort.hua-hinhotels.com. The gates are locked for extra security. We found the staff to be very helpful!
Resort Experience: This is our favorite resort in the city. The rooms are comfortable; the people are nice; the pools are really great for couples or families - realweddings.com.au/rw/blog/honeymoons-lets-sea-al-fresco-resort-hua-hin-thailand. The hotel restaurants are actually outside the gates, but there is so much within walking distance that you feel invited to explore the city. Also, the mall is right next door for air-conditioned shopping (it's a little pricier than the open-air markets, but the quality is a little higher). Every room has a view of the marina, which is absolutely beautiful at night (and at sunset!).
But as we read in one review bddfdnjbs : "We did not have any sort of view from our unit but it was to our advantage as the units WITH a view were old and quite in need of an refurbishment. We declined one of these units after seeing the condition of the unit". Don't think it's true about this resort. We always get a studio, because the kitchenette is just enough for keeping leftovers or running to the grocery store to make your own meals.
We had a large studio with a partial kitchen. The furniture was fairly new and in good condition. The unit was very clean and the bathroom had a lovely long counter which made it easy to organize makeup, etc. Although the kitchen was quite convenient we only used the coffee maker. There was a small fridge that was stocked with goodies which you could use (at a price of course). Check other extra facilities and services at bangkok.com/huahin/lets-sea.
The unit had ample dishes if one was inclined to cook. The staff was very helpful and accommodating and there were lots of attendants to help with luggage or a question of where to eat or shop.
The Ultimate Cape Cod Vacation Guide for Couples
Looking for Grown up Things to do
Cape Cod is one of the most beautiful areas in all of North America and has become a world class vacation destination that offers visitors beautiful scenery, lovely weather, a fascinating history and a wide array of attractions and activities.
We have been lucky enough to have lived here for almost 20 years, after moving to the Cape as newly-weds in 1991, and raising our two children here. For the vast majority of that time, we have enjoyed all the typical family activities, from days at the beach to afternoons at Zooquarium, and from pirate boat trips around Hyannis harbor to long days at Water Wizz.
But our kids are teenagers now, and they're not terribly interested in hanging out with Mom and Dad any more. While that can be hard for any parents to come to terms with, it has given us a wonderful opportunity to rediscover the Cape through the eyes of a couple, rather than the way we've always seen it before, through the eyes of a family.
So while we've eaten more meals than we care to remember at Seafood Sam's, now we can finally try that Japanese restaurant in Yarmouth that the kids always used to turn their noses up at. And while we've played at way too many miniature golf courses as a family, now we can do the real thing as a couple at any of the dozens of world-class golf courses that Cape Cod has to offer.
While you're browsing around, watch out for these little blue boxes that we've scattered thoughout the site. These include Insider Tips that we hope will help you get the most out of your visit.
Maybe it's a restaurant we recommend, or a short cut we know about, or even advice to avoid a certain place at certain times. These are the kinds of tips that the guide books won't necessarily tell you about. Hopefully, they'll prove useful.
And while dragging the kids to "boring" art galleries or antique shops was never really an option before, now we can enjoy these things as a couple, and take our time to really soak up some of the cultural benefits of living in this beautiful area.
As we take our journey of rediscovery around Cape Cod, it occurs to us that we are also rediscovering each other. After all, taking a romantic walk along First Encounter Beach at sunset is something we've only ever done before with the kids in tow. And while that's been wonderful, of course, it does kind of take the romance out of it a little bit.
Another thing that occurs to us is that millions of the people who come to the Cape each year are couples, too, and they would benefit from our experience as insiders who know the Cape very well, yet who are discovering much of what it has to offer for the very first time.
So we've decided to write about our Capewide travels and adventures here in the hope that our new couples' perspective will help you to enjoy your own visit to the Cape that much more. Whether you're a young couple or an older couple, an active couple or a romantic couple, a honeymoon couple or a retiring couple, we invite you to come and discover all that Cape Cod has to offer with us as your guides.
We hope you will enjoy your visit to this beautiful place we call home, but more than that we hope you will enjoy your time here together. We think Cape-Cod-for-Couples.com can help you do both.
Related Stories About Cape Cod for Couples
|See the Cape Cod Activities we Recommend for Visiting Couples There are plenty of Cape Cod Activities to keep visiting couples busy for the duration of their stay. Here is an overview of some of our favorite ones.
|Romantic Cape Cod Getaways There are dozens of Romantic Cape Cod Getaways for couples looking to liven up their love lives.
|Cape Cod Sports Couples looking for Cape Cod Sports activities, from golf to baseball to sport fishing, can find what they're looking for here
|Cape Cod Arts and Culture The Cape Cod arts and cultural scene offer clutured couples a vast array of galleries, museums, theater production and other attractions.
|Cape Cod Adventures There are plenty of Cape Cod Adventures for couples looking to add a little edge to their visit.
|Retiring on Cape Cod If you're thinking of retiring on Cape Cod we think we can help with the planning. From real estate to estate planning this part of the site will give you lots of tips and pointers.
|Travel to Cape Cod Are you looking for the best ways to travel to Cape Cod? We can help you with travel tips for whatever time of year you’re visiting, as well as ways to get around once you’re here.
|Cape Cod Facts Cape Cod is a fascinating place so we’ve listed a few Cape Cod facts that will give you a pretty good idea of what to expect when you arrive for your visit.
|Cape Cod Towns and Villages There are 15 Cape Cod Towns, each with something unique to offer visiting couples and many with smaller villages within them. Here's our run down of Barnstable, Bourne, Brewster, Chatham, Dennis, Eastham, Falmouth, Harwich, Mashpee, Orleans, Provincetown, Sandwich, Truro, Wellfeet and Yarmouth.
About the Cape Cod Couple Behind Cape-Cod-For-Couples.Com