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Greyfinch Chatham Inn, unveils details of its property-wide renovation

Adventurous travelers, friends, young families, and couples alike can enjoy Greyfinch’s newly renovated accommodations and enhanced outdoor spaces for gatherings, all within proximity to Chatham’s best beaches and downtown shops and restaurants.

CHATHAM, MASSACHUSETTS – Greyfinch Chatham Inn – the nautical seaside oasis located in the charming small town of Chatham, Massachusetts – unveils its property-wide renovation. Formerly known as the Chatham Highlander Village Inn, Greyfinch Chatham Inn has debuted with a new name; four new room categories designed for travelers of all sizes; enhanced and fenced-in outdoor spaces, perfect for families with small children and friends looking for an intimate setting; a private pool as an alternative to the beach; and new offerings for guests like Priority Bicycles. Inspired by the picturesque coastal setting, the updated design complements the quintessential Cape Cod experience through a mix of nautical and modern elements, paying homage to the rich heritage of the destination.

“With over 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry and two of those years being on the Cape, I can proudly say that the newly transformed Greyfinch mirrors the spirit of this unique destination and embodies why travelers continue to visit year after year,” said Cletus Pancham, General Manager of Greyfinch Chatham Inn. “I hope to share my love of the Cape with our guests here at Greyfinch as we invite them to immerse themselves in the local life and enjoy all the area has to offer just steps away from our property.”

In addition to the hotel’s reimagined spaces, Greyfinch guests have a wide range of new programming on property that will be brought to life through pop-ups and partnerships with local businesses, from art and floral workshops to food tastings and wellness offerings.

Nautical History Meets Contemporary Coastal Design

Showcasing an impressive mix of nautical history and surrounding beaches of what was once a quiet fishing town rich in maritime culture, the property reflects Chatham’s distinct charm through crisp lines, warm woods, and brass elements. From the vision of concept-driven designer Caroline Rennie, interior designer at Group One Partners, the reimagined property offers four different categories of spacious accommodations designed for friends, couples and families traveling in all group sizes.

“With an overall understated coastal feel, we wanted Greyfinch Chatham Inn to pay homage to its rich history and location while speaking to the guests of Greyfinch,” said Caroline Rennie of Group One Partners. “The hotel’s seaside Cape Cod location inspired us to blueprint a restoration that plays with the historic yet modern rift on the classic beach getaway on the Cape.”

The lobby and outdoor bistro greet guests with creative décor including woven textured light fixtures and a ceramic boat hull suspended above the front desk. Guests can enjoy the Chatham sun by the pool during the day and cozy up by the fire pits in the evening. Guestrooms feature custom-designed furniture, updated bathrooms with glass showers and double vanities, and a kitchenette in the suites for ultimate convenience.

Enjoy Local Life in Chatham, Massachusetts

This seaside New England town is located at the southeastern tip of Cape Cod, known for its sprawling beaches, unique landmarks like Chatham Lighthouse, and the Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge which hosts a vast habitat for migratory birds, including the hotel’s namesake, the Greyfinch. Chatham offers families, friends, and all travelers the ideal location for the authentic Cape Cod experience with nearby top-family beaches including Cockle Cove Beach, Ridgevale Beach, and Hardings Beach, as well as nautical heritage, charming boutiques and restaurants downtown, and coastal activities including hiking, swimming, fishing, parasailing, sailing, and much more.

The Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority now operates the new seasonal CapeFLYER weekend train service, taking travelers from Boston to Cape Cod. Guests can also fly into Chatham Municipal Airport, just a four-minute drive away from the Greyfinch Chatham Inn, or travel by car via the Sagamore Bridge at the eastern end of the Cape Cod Canal. Bus services are also offered directly from Boston’s Logan International Airport to Hyannis and Harwich via the Plymouth & Brockton Bus Line, or the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority’s daily bus services from Hyannis to Orleans.

Food & Beverage

Known for its lobster rolls and seaside charm, the Cape and Islands offer travelers a wonderful selection of fresh seafood and dining options for everyone. Guests can take advantage of Greyfinch Chatham Inn’s complimentary Priority branded bicycles to ride into town and dine at nearby sister restaurant, the Wild Goose Tavern, for downtown outdoor dining on Main Street. As the only restaurant on the strip, guests will enjoy an inventive menu of locally sourced seafood and fresh ingredients to accommodate organic and gluten-free dishes. The Wild Goose Tavern offers destination-inspired dishes for travelers to enjoy al fresco amongst the vibrancy of Chatham’s vibrant downtown area. On the third Tuesday of every month, guests can enjoy a festive Taco Tuesday with delicious food and live entertainment on the lawn.

History & Heritage

Everything in Chatham is rooted in hundreds of years of history of fishing, farming, seafaring, and hospitality, which is continuously reflected through the Greyfinch Chatham Inn guest experience, grounded in tradition and its timeless coastal location.

As a blissful summer destination, the Cape offers an easygoing, laid back, outdoor, and small-town lifestyle. To this day, the sights and sounds of the destination encourage visiting travelers to connect with the immediate environs and to disconnect from everyday life. This authentic experience pays homage to the original settlers from centuries ago, who were the first to discover the Cape’s beauty, charm and hidden gems.

Like Chatham’s summer travelers, the Greyfinch bird migrates through the area with ease and leisure, visiting its native finch friends on the island, similar to Greyfinch Chatham Inn guests who are invited to enjoy a classic Cape Cod experience and connect with the local history, culture, and people of the island.