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May 9, 2005
The room had a small refrigerator and microwave. We preferred our full kitchen. My nephew, who is 8-years-old, enjoyed swimming in the pool and the game room. He would have been terribly bored at our resort. This is a newer resort with more amenities than where we stayed.
From journal Cape Cod Off-Season
January 23, 2005
From journal Cape Cod, Massachusetts
January 15, 2005
From journal Cape Cod-September 2001
Keene, New Hampshire
April 2, 2004
The management at the Cove is excellent. I have been thrilled with all communications and procedures. I own five timeshare weeks total and the Cove was the only resort that sent us a membership guide and membership cards after we bought our week. We get regular communication in the form of letters and newsletters. In all my dealings with staff, they have been helpful, courteous, and responsive.
The resort is located on a commercial strip, so the immediate surroundings are not very accommodating to strolling or lounging about. There are plenty of things to do at the resort, but it is not beachfront. It is over a tidal basin for which there is no access because of wetland regulations. But it is near more than a dozen beaches, tidal basins, rivers, lakes, and a bay--allowing for fishing, kayaking, sailing, and power boating. In addition, there are many biking, hiking, and walking trails on the Cape. But you will need a car to explore. I like to shop and there is plenty of that at the Cape: from outlet centers to art galleries to antique shops and gift shops. Bring your credit cards. In the immediate area, for kids, there are amusement parks, children's museum, zoo, mini golf, sports centers, arcades, wall climbing, trampoline jumping, science and nature centers, galactic bowling, movies, boat rentals, and more. The most convenient are the many enjoyable activities offered by resort for kids and families.
I can't write about family activities without mentioning that there are no kitchens or "cooking" facilities at the Cove. Due to fire code laws in the town, the units have only a "wet bar"--consisting of a fridge, sink, and cabinet space.
From journal Yarmouth is not the best Cape has to offer
by Andrea H.
Parsippany, New Jersey
October 17, 2003
From journal Cape Cod on a Budget
September 24, 2003
From journal Early fall in the cape
merrick, New York
February 26, 2003
From journal Cape Cod- relaxing week w/ kids-cove at yarmouth
There is an indoor and outdoor pool and hot tub. The outdoor pool was very cold, and also not good for young children--five-foot depth only. Some planned activities. Overall these are very nice accomodations for a relaxing stay! There is a restuarant on-site and also local delivery or take-out available.
In case the site isn't working-I'm FEMALE!!!!, Ohio
September 16, 2002
I would somewhat recommend this resort because I still had a wonderful time with my husband. We didn't complain to the management about anything. . . maybe we should have?!?
From journal Autumn in the Cape
Russell Springs, Kentucky
August 26, 2002
From journal Cape Code ocean everywhere