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Chatham Bars Inn was originally developed 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 hotel 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 elegant, self-contained tourist destination. Later, the Inn’s appeal was expanded with the addition of an adjacent 9-hole golf course. Under its present owner, only the third in the past century, 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 rooms. The cottages were completely redesigned and reconstructed from scratch. 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 The Leading Hotels of the World, and has been named one of the top resorts in the world by Travel & Leisure Magazine, and the best hotel on Cape Cod by Boston Magazine.

297 Shore Rd, Chatham, MA
phone: 800-332-1577

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Take the long view on Monomoy costs
Saturday February 28, 2015
The following commentary was written by Monomoy School District educators Matthew Brown, Leslie Travis, Lisa Forte-Doyle, Doug Walsh and Paula McMahon.In a recent editorial on the Monomoy schools budget, it was correctly pointed out that educators hope to optimize education outcomes for their students, and that many Harwich and Chatham residents have not yet seen the significant savings that were initially forecast in [...]
Monomoy has ways to trim school budget
Saturday February 28, 2015
My compliments for your insightful Feb. 21 editorial concerning the Monomoy Regional School budget for fiscal 2016.I attended the recent combined meeting between Harwich and Chatham and was disappointed at the unwillingness of the Regional School Committee and the superintendent to even consider reducing their budget. The superintendent repeatedly said we are facing a fiscal cliff, while the school committee chairman said we face a tsunami and that after this year he promises it can [...]
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