Splashes of sea foam, period furnishings and restored woods help Ocean’s Edge Resort & Golf Club personify the Cape Cod aesthetic to a tee. With the introduction of its Presidential Bay Collection of accommodations this week, the property’s aim is to raise beach chic to unprecedented heights.
Replacing the Bay Pine Villas on the Mansion side of the resort (The Villages take up the other part), the new selection of two- and three-bedroom retreats exude a coastal calm and openness. Respected California designer Linda Snyder Associates Inc. makes obvious nods to Cape Cod nostalgia with tasteful wicker chairs, wheat-colored sofas, built-in cabinets and fireplaces. But even with an acknowledgement to earlier times of elegance, the resort hasn’t forgotten modern pleasures such as flat-screen TVs and in-unit washers and dryers.
On top of everything guests find inside the well-appointed rooms, Ocean’s Edge is also unveiling a novel concierge service with the sole intent of making your next visit to the Cape unforgettable. Want to set up a private beach bonfire or whale-watching excursion? They can do it. Need to score last-minute reservations to a top area restaurant such as Abba? Someone will promptly handle it. The staff knows the ins and outs of the Cape, and cater just to you — Presidential Bay Collection guests are the only ones privy to the service.
To experience all the resort has to offer, Ocean’s Edge is presenting the “Spring Into Summer” deal for its two- ($720 per night) or three-bedroom villas ($960 per night) through April 30. Stay for five nights and the package includes a complimentary round of golf on the Jack Nicklaus-designed course, a bicycle to use during your stay and a fridge stocked with soft drinks and snacks. Visit here for more details.
Photos courtesy of Dave Cleaveland