In accordance with the Town of Chatham Board of Health’s Mask Order, effective January 7, 2022 all guests will be required to wear masks/face coverings while indoors unless seated and consuming food and/or beverages.

About & Info

Chatham Bars Inn was originally built in 1914, as a semi-private hunting lodge for wealthy Boston vacationers. Early advertisements boasted of "plastered, soundproof accommodations with electric lights, steam heat, long distance telephones, and private bathrooms featuring both fresh and salt water baths."

The Inn soon operated its own farm, which provided fresh produce and dairy products for guests’ meals. It quickly earned a reputation as Cape Cod’s most beautiful address.

Under its present owner, Chatham Bars Inn has undergone a $100 million renovation that has left nothing untouched. All rooms in the Main Inn were completely renovated, as were its restaurants and public spaces. The cottages were completely redesigned and redecorated. Old world charm was retained but updated with every modern convenience and amenity.

Since then, the Inn has won numerous awards including the prestigious Forbes Four-Star award. It has become a member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts Legend Collection, and has been named  "Best Hotel on Cape Cod" by Boston Magazine in the “Best of Boston” 2021 Reader’s Choice Awards, voted "Top Resort in New England" by Condé Nast Traveler in the 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards, and one of the top resorts in the world by Travel & Leisure Magazine.  Chatham Bars Inn was also recognized by Boston Weddings Magazine as “Best Cape Cod Wedding Venue”. In addition, the Inn was awarded several accolades by the Massachusetts Lodging Association including “Community Service Leader of the Year” for its ongoing commitment to protecting the local environment and “Innovative Hotel of the Year” for its spa products utilizing produce sourced from the Farm. The US News & World Report has ranked Chatham Bars Inn among the TOP Best Massachusetts Hotels in 2021.

 

Membership

At Chatham Bars Inn, the membership lifestyle offers local residents year-round access to privileges, amenities, social occasions, and activities that foster lifelong memories.

We are a small community of close friends, families, colleagues, parents, foodies, and community stewards who have exclusive access to the historic facilities and full schedule of events. Amenities include the spa, fitness center, tennis courts, beach, and private cabanas. Members also have access to Chatham Bars Inn’s fleet of boats, complimentary Lexus dinner shuttle service, priority booking for dining reservations/special events, as well as other exclusive social and children’s activities. All membership events are coordinated and administered by Chatham Bars Inn’s world-class staff.

No matter the amenity or activity, every facet is maintained to the highest standard. Our culinary program, led by Executive Chef Anthony Cole, sources produce from Chatham Bars Inn’s eight-acre farm and works with fishermen ensuring the freshest ingredients emphasizing our dedication to farm-to-table and pier-to-plate culinary philosophy. The Spa boasts a full offering of luxurious treatments while the fitness center includes the most cutting edge equipment, classes, and personal training—topped off with year-round access to the adult-only outdoor pool featuring a hot tub, lounge chairs, and cabana service. Enjoy access to the private beach for sunbathing, swimming, or just relaxing by the waves.

We invite you to join countless other local residents who have become members and made the Chatham Bars Inn a part of their family. We look forward to welcoming you.

A selection of member amenities and privileges includes:

  • Membership account
  • 10% credit for dollars spent on spa services and dining outlets
  • 15% discount on room reservations (excluding July and August)
  • Advance notice regarding special events, dinners, and holiday programming

Contact Anne Stout at 508.945.6747 for more information.

Getting Here

From Boston Area

Driving
Take Route 93 South to Route 3 to the Sagamore Bridge. Cross the Cape Cod Canal onto Route 6 (the Mid-Cape Highway). Proceed on Route 6 East (approximately 45 minutes) to Exit 85 (old Exit 11), take a left off the ramp onto Route 137 South, go straight through two sets of lights (by car dealership), go straight at the four way stop at Queen Anne Road (country store on corner), continue to the Route 28 intersection (the road will end). Take a left onto Route 28 and travel approximately 3 miles to the Main Street Rotary. Continue half way around the rotary onto Main Street, pass Chatham Hardware on the left and take the next left onto Seaview Street. The entrance to Chatham Bars Inn is on the right just past the golf course.

From the New York Area

Driving
Take Route 95 through Southeastern Connecticut, In Providence merge onto I - 195 E via Exit 19 towards East Providence / Cape Cod. Follow I - 195 E to Exit 22 A (Cape Cod / The Islands). Highway signs will indicate Route 25 E. Follow Route 28 crossing the Cape Cod Canal over the Bourne Bridge. Proceed three quarters around the rotary, following the signs to Hyannis and Route 6 (the Mid-Cape Highway). Proceed on Route 6 E (approximately 45 minutes) to Exit 85 (old Exit 11), take a left off the ramp onto Route 137 South, go straight through two sets of lights (by car dealership), go straight at the four way stop at Queen Anne Road (country store on corner), continue to the Route 28 intersection (the road will end). Take a left onto Route 28 to the Main Street Rotary, continue half way around the rotary onto Main Street, pass Chatham Hardware on the left and take the next left onto Seaview Street. The entrance to Chatham Bars Inn is on the right just past the golf course.

From Central and Western MA

Driving
Follow Route 495 South to Route 25 South. Follow Route 25 crossing the Cape Cod Canal over the Bourne Bridge. Proceed three quarters around the rotary, following the signs to Hyannis and Route 6 (the Mid-Cape Highway). Proceed on Route 6 East (approximately 45 minutes) to Exit 85 (old Exit 11), take a left off the ramp onto Route 137 South, go straight through two sets of lights (by car dealership), go straight at the four way stop at Queen Anne Road (country store on corner), continue to the Route 28 intersection (the road will end). Take a left onto Route 28 to the Main Street Rotary, continue half way around the rotary onto Main Street, pass Chatham Hardware on the left and take the next left onto Seaview Street. The entrance to Chatham Bars Inn is on the right just past the golf course.