The Earl Of Sandwich is a Sandwich Cape Cod motel which is run more like a bed & breakfast. We are located in quiet, historic Sandwich, one of the nicest towns on Cape Cod. We are on Route 6A, just a few miles from the Cape Cod Canal, allowing you to easily visit all of Cape Cod, the Islands of Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard, Plymouth, and even Boston is just over an hour by car. Some of our guests venture to Newport Rhode Island and other areas. We are pleased to assist you with ideas and plans.
Your day begins with a complimentary continental breakfast, (in season) with coffee, muffins and homemade bread. Our grounds are spacious quiet and inviting, with a large duck pond in the middle. There is plenty of space to enjoy your surroundings and relax. In warmer weather, enjoy the outdoor seasonal swimming pool. The entire property has complimentary high speed internet.
Images Of Our Grounds – Click Any Image For A Larger View
Every Spring There Is A Riot Of Azaleas! – Click Images For Larger Views
Our Sandwich MA family owned motel surrounds you with 3 acres of lush grounds, flower beds and a tranquil duck pond. Whether enjoying your morning coffee, a snack or picnic lunch by the duck pond; observing the countless species of birds at our many feeders; relaxing by the pool; or sipping a glass of wine by the roaring chiminea at night, this is the atmosphere at The Earl, where peace and relaxation are mirrored in the quality of your accommodations.
Our 24 rooms are immaculate, comfortable and private — run more like a Cape Cod bed & breakfast but with the privacy of a motel. All guest rooms offer either queen or double beds, air conditioning, refrigerator, private bath, flat screen television, telephone, and WiFi. Many rooms are decorated with canopied beds. A homemade continental breakfast is included in your room rate in season.
Come share the changing seasons in our daffodils, mums, leaves and wildlife. Join our many guests who photograph and experience the stunning display of azaleas and rhododendrons in the spring, the cool ocean beaches of summer, and the crimson cranberry harvest of fall.