Dear Friend of Seascape,

They do say that all good things must come to an end. With mixed emotions, I am writing to inform you that the Seascape will not be opening for its 41st season this May. the Seascape was sold to a developer a few months ago and progress will result in its closing.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the loyal Seascape guests that have returned year after year and help to keep the Seascape in business. the last few years have been hard for a lot of Cape businesses due to the weak economy but with your loyalty in place, it remained a place of relaxation for so many people.

As we all begin a new chapter of our lives, lest us not forget, to look back on the beautiful view from the cliff out back, those sunny warm days on the beach, the fine restaurants in which you ate and those colorful night spots you may have visited as they all played a part in your welcomed visit to the Seascape.

Until our paths meet again,

Sincerely Yours,

Chuck Nyhan

P.O. Box 59 * RTE 6A
North Truro, Cape Cod, MA 02652
Innkeeper: Chuck Nyhan
40 Years in Business

Seascape Motor Inn

Perched on a bluff overlooking neighboring Provincetown and famous Cape Cod Bay, Seascape Motor Inn boasted one of the most spectacular locations at the tip of the Cape. Scenic and serene, this clean and comfortable venue was classic motel. Seascape offered motel rooms as well as efficiency apartments. Each efficiency featured a kitchenette and outdoor picnic table (guest were free to bring your grill). Guests enjoyed a swimming pool and expansive private beach.

When day was done Seascape used to turn on its prized possession: the stupendous sunset over Cape Cod Bay. This was a sight to behold and an important reason why guests returned year after year. We considered Seascape a top value for money and wished our guests many happy days in Old Cape Cod.

A Unique Location

Spurred by the enthusiastic encouragement of Chuck Nyhan, the Innkeeper since 1973, Seascape had also become a Mecca for hang gliders, paragliders, and enthusiasts of RC planes. Spring and Fall were the seasons for hang gliders. The winds and the rates were favorable and Chuck known how to take care of these risk takers. (See special coverage, including video footage in the video library).