If you looked down on Hyannis from above, you’d definitely pick Sea Captains Row as one of the best places in town to live.
The brand-new apartments sit on historic Pleasant Street, a half-mile long stretch that connects the lively downtown to Hyannis Inner Harbor. For a seaside, walkable lifestyle, this is where you want to rent an apartment in Hyannis.
Whether you seek to dig your feet into white sand, enjoy a delectable lobster roll by the water, sip on a crisp cocktail, set sail on Lewis Bay, or go on a deep-sea fishing expedition, you find what you need within minutes of Sea Captains Row. Now, you can live, work, and play in downtown Hyannis.
Let's take a stroll down Main Street…
Your favorite Main Street spots are just steps away from your apartment at Sea Captains Row. The east end of the vibrant street sweeps right by Pleasant Street in downtown Hyannis, making dining and shopping as easy as stepping outside.
For tapas and martinis, take a seat at emBargo, hailed by online critics as the best place to eat in Hyannis. The West End, just off the main strip, is another favorite. (“TWE is classy, trendy, and relaxed all at once: picture hanging out in a wealthy New England home,” says one Yelper.)
Other around-the-corner picks include Columbo’s Café and Pastries, Palio Pizzeria, Naked Oyster, Seaside Pub on Main, and The Twisted Tree, a Mexican restaurant with seating underneath the thick canopy of a 250-year-old beech tree. And for an idea of the incredible selection of shops, just look here.
Let’s explore Ocean Street…
It takes no more than a few steps south for the attractions to line up. Perhaps, you’re already acquainted with the Cape Cod Maritime Museum or can’t wait to attend the next summer concert at Michael K. Aselton Memorial Park, a scenic seaside spot. And, who doesn’t want to live near top-rated seafood venues with water views and outdoor patios? If you’re new to the area, you’ll be happy to know all you need to do is turn left down Ocean Street to reach Spanky’s Clam Shack and Seaside Saloon, Black Cat Harbor Shack, Black Cat Tavern, and Raw Bar on Ocean Street.
Unless you want to stay right there, take your favorite New England dish to-go and continue to the tranquil Veterans Park Beach near the Hyannis Yacht Club. If you work at Cape Cod Hospital, another Sea Captains Row neighbor, the harbor is an ideal spot to enjoy lunch while you watch the Hy-Line and Steamship Authority ferries leave for the islands.
Here's a sandy beach near your apartment in Hyannis
At the very end of Ocean Street, on the peninsula, say hello to Kalmus Beach, a quick bike ride from your Sea Captains Row apartment in Hyannis. Renowned for its great expanse of white sand and excellent wind-surfing, it also presents you with a choice of setting up with a view of Lewis Bay (calmer) or Nantucket Sound (let’s go surfing!). Beach-goers rave about the snack bar.
What if you want to go on a daytrip?
When you live at Sea Captains Row getting away is as easy as coming home; the location is surrounded with options. With the Hyannis Ferry Terminal down the street, you can get to Nantucket on a high-speed passenger ferry in just an hour. The Hy-Line Cruises offers another nearby option on Ocean Street and is the only mid-Cape departure point to both Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard.
Getting to Boston and beyond is so easy
For trips to Boston and beyond, the Hyannis Transportation Center is conveniently located within blocks of your apartment in Hyannis. Used by the CapeFLYER passenger train to Boston’s South Station during the summer months, the Plymouth/Brockton and Peter Pan bus lines, and the trains and buses of the Cape Cod Regional Transport Authority (CCRTA), you’re covered! The center is also the home of the Cape Cod Central Railroad Station, a seasonal line that offers Sunday Brunch rides, coastal excursions, on-board beer tastings, and more.
Wherever you go, you’ll be happy to return home to your apartment in Hyannis at Sea Captains Row.