The Lighthouse Inn at West Dennis Beach, Cape Cod, MA
All are welcome.
Please join us at The Lighthouse Inn located on the water adjacent to the public beach in West Dennis, MA.
Registrations for the entire weekend must be received by the Lighthouse Inn by Friday, Friday, July 1, 2016, in order to secure your reservation for the group rate and be included in the dinner Saturday night. After July 1, you must call the Lighthouse Inn and check availability. Ask for Judith Cavanaugh.
Betsy Landon, certified Pilates instructor, will lead a complimentary one-hour Pilates class at 9:30am after breakfast on Saturday and Sunday morning. Bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable clothing.
Please contact the windsurfing shop, Inland Sea, for windsurfing or Stand Up Paddle equipment rental and/or windsurfing instruction.
The per person charges for the Inn (which includes two nights lodging, full hot/cold breakfast buffet on Sat. and Sun. mornings, plus dinner on Sat. night) are as follows:
Single occupancy - $270
Double occupancy - $230
Triple occupancy - $210
Quad occupancy - $190
Cottage and hotel room accommodations are available. Please make a note indicating your preference on the registration form. If you are sharing accommodations, please indicate the names of others in your party on the registration form. For further information about The Lighthouse Inn, visit their website: http://www.lighthouseinn.com/ or call (508)398-2244 and ask for Judith Cavanaugh.
Accommodations include heated pool. Non-sailing spouses, friends, children are welcome to come along to enjoy the beach, the Inn, and the Cape.
Above rates subject to current 9.7% MA room tax and 7% meal taxes
Children ages 12 or under in same room as parents, no additional charges.
Check in is 3:00 pm on Friday. Check out is 11:00 am on Sunday, but we can use the hotel facilities, including showers, for the rest of the day.
To register for the weekend, download, print, complete and mail the registration form.
Include the required one-night deposit so that it will be received BY FRIDAY, JULY 1, 2016. You must use this form to make your reservation at the Inn or you will not get the reduced group rate and you will not be included in the headcount for dinner on Saturday night. You must be a guest at the Lighthouse Inn to participate in this trip. NO exceptions (sorry).
Please notify trip leader, Betsy Landon, when you make your registration by one of the following methods:
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