Wequassett Resort and Golf Club

Hotel and Resort
2173 Route 28 (Pleasant Bay Rd), East Harwich, MA 02645, United States
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    Mark P.
    "Be sure to get a drink and sit at the firepit"(3 Tips)
    Linda C.
    "outer bar and have dinner in the tavern"(2 Tips)
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  • private balconies
  • fire pits
  • gnocchi
  • Bloody Marys
  • chicken
  • dinner
  • Daniel H.

    Secure a second floor room. A little smaller but private balcony can't be beat

    Daniel H. · August 24, 2014
  • Lindsay L.

    Beautiful atmosphere. Best Bloody Mary I have had in a long time! Check out their fire pit.

    Lindsay Listanski · September 1, 2013
  • Ryan V.

    Get married here

    Ryan Vaughan · November 10, 2012
  • Mark P.

    Be sure to get a drink and sit at the firepit

    Mark P · September 3, 2012
  • Andrew B.

    This place is in Harwich, not Chatham.

    Andrew Buckley · May 2, 2012
  • Linda C.

    Get a drink at the outer bar and have dinner in the tavern - PERFECT! And the flowers all over are INCREDIBLE!!! Walk around and enjoy the resort..

    Linda Collins · November 11, 2011
  • Linda C.

    Thoreaus tavern atmosphere is great too and the bar menu is good - you can also order off the regular menu!

    Linda Collins · November 11, 2011
  • Linda C.

    Outer Bar has great atmosphere and view of Pleasant Bay and pool, a bit pricey, food ok but you really go for the location. I like the food better at the main restaurant although very expensive.

    Linda Collins · November 11, 2011
  • Katherine C.

    Don't get the Kobe Burger it's dry and tough. Chicken and gnocchi is delicious. Or skip dinner and do drinks by the fire pit

    Katherine Canavan · August 6, 2011
  • Timothy O.

    Tuna Wrap in the bar is a great meal........though a little pricey at $15!

    Timothy O'Reilly · May 17, 2010