The Cypress House was built in the 1940s as a hunting and fishing lodge, and the interior features cypress tongue and groove paneled walls and ceilings. It is located just across the Beach Road from the ocean with a beach access right out the front door. Six guest rooms are available with private shower baths, ceiling fans, a micro-fridge, cable TV and wireless internet. Bikes, beach chairs and beach towels are available for guests. Each morning you’ll awake to the smell of freshly brewed coffee, which is available before breakfast for early risers, and the innkeepers serve a delightful full breakfast. The Cypress House has a common living room with a fireplace and a large wrap-around porch and is also available for weddings, teas or other special occasions.
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