This year, New Year’s Eve will be sweeter than ever before! We can hardly wait for the fresh start that the New Year will bring. To celebrate, Candleberry Inn is hosting a Cape Cod New Year’s Eve getaway! This special event includes an outdoor champagne toast, homemade treats, and a night of chatting with other guests around our outdoor firepit. We’re so excited to ring in the New Year with our valued guests! Read on for all the details about this year’s event!
When you’re ready to start planning your trip, request our Cape Cod Vacation Guide. This free resource is filled with local insight into how to explore the Cape during any time of year!
Cape Cod New Year’s Eve Getaway at Candleberry Inn
Due to the circumstances surrounding COVID-19, your stay during this year’s event will follow our enhanced operating procedures. This includes changes in guest check-in/checkout, breakfast, guest rooms and housekeeping services, common areas, and more. We also encourage guests who did not travel together to maintain a safe distance apart during the event. As always, masks are welcome!
Candleberry Inn’s Cape Cod New Year’s Eve Getaway special is available with any two-night (or longer) stay from Dec. 31, 2020, to Jan. 1, 2021. Spend your days strolling the beautiful Brewster beaches with a scarf and coat, then warm up in your cozy guest room before joining us to celebrate the New Year!
Ring in the New Year with an outdoor midnight champagne toast and Pandoro, an Italian cake that is special to New Year’s Eve. It’s one of our favorite holiday treats and traditions here at Candleberry Inn, and we can’t wait to share it with all of you!
More Holiday Happenings
Due to the circumstances surrounding COVID-19, many local events have been adjusted or canceled. Keep an eye on the websites for First Night Chatham and First Night Sandwich, two of the most popular Cape Cod New Year’s Eve celebrations!
Book Your New Year’s Eve Room at Candleberry Inn
The holiday season is the best time to visit Cape Cod if you want to avoid the crowds. Our area gets chilly in the winter, so most of the tourist traffic dies down during this season. However, it’s still a great time to stroll along the beaches, delight in in-season oysters, and celebrate a Cape Cod New Year’s Eve!