Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club Re-Opens in Time for Summer

Massachusetts' 429-Acre Resort Serves as the Ultimate Destination to Unplug, Reset and Reconnect

USA, Brewster, Massachusetts. June 15, 2020

Cape Cod's award-winning Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club reopens in time for the season on Monday, June 8, 2020. The award-winning property welcomes travelers back with a refreshed health and sanitation plan, renovations to its one-bedroom Britterige Villas, and a new lineup of private experiences and offers tailored for summer stays with flexible booking policies.

While the 18-hole Nicklaus Design golf course and nine tennis courts are already open, on June 8, the property also opens for overnight stays and resumes operations for dining and recreational activities under its new social distancing and safety guidelines. The wellbeing of resort guests, members and staff remains the highest priority. To ensure that guests feel at ease and secure, the resort's executive team has created a comprehensive health and sanitation plan in accordance with the CDC and local authorities to provide a safe environment for a worry free and relaxed getaway. Notable actions include reduced capacity and a minimum of six feet of space between tables at on-site restaurants, enhanced room service and takeout options, thorough guestroom sanitation plans, housekeeping services omitted upon request, and social distancing practices during check-in and check-out. The full list of new practices can be found at https://www.oceanedge.com/travel-advisory.

With its re-opening, guests will also find the transformation of its secluded one-bedroom Britterige Villas following a $5.5 million investment. Primed to create the ideal vacation retreat to unplug, these 116 villas are well suited for extended stays both for families and couples, serving as a perfect home-base to enjoy all the resort has to offer. The 20 Lower Level Britterige Villas were refreshed with a top-to-bottom paint job and enhanced furnishings, while the remaining 96 Britterige Villas, including the signature Britterige Blueberry Pond Villa, received full-scale renovations that touched every corner of the 750 sq. ft. villas, including new carpet, furnishings, kitchenette, de?cor and fixtures. The new look, designed by Linda Snyder Associates, is reflective of the Cape's coastal setting and provides guests with a modern, yet casual retreat. Further elevating the villas' exclusive ambiance, this summer, the resort is also debuting a grocery delivery service where guests can pre-order their favorite produce, veggies, snacks and treats to be delivered and stocked in the villa upon arrival.

To appeal to today's traveler, Ocean Edge has also launched a series of private, carefully curated experiences spaced across the resort's expansive 429 acres, such as private oyster tours in the Brewster Flats and individual archery lessons. Whether travelers are staying in villas within The Villages, seaside villas at The Mansion or within The Mansion itself, these private activities are available to all resort guests. Additional exclusive experiences include: private ocean view dining on the second floor of The Mansion with a private balcony and three-course prix-fixe menu; private beach fires during sunset with s'mores kits, beach attendant and beach chairs; private golf instruction on the Nicklaus Design golf course; private yoga class on the resort's 700-foot stretch of private beach; and summer-inspired picnics on the Mansion Front Lawn, to name a few. This summer the resort is also introducing six pickleball courts to its vast list of existing outdoor recreational activities, which includes kayaking and stand up paddle boarding on Blueberry Pond, 26 miles of trails for biking and hiking, five pools, a croquet court, a luxury day spa, private beach and more.

"Travelers are seeking an escape now more than ever and we're thrilled to serve as the Cape's go-to getaway where guests can connect with loved ones and mother nature simultaneously," said Robert J. Newman, General Manager. "From the moment guests arrive they feel as though they have their own slice of coastal paradise. The combination of our range of accommodation options, including the new Britterige Villas, mixed with our menu of private activities and experiences truly gives travelers the opportunity to explore and relax with comfort this summer and beyond. We look forward to providing our past guests with a refreshed and elevated experience, as well as becoming a signature home-away-from-home for new guests."

Finally, to ensure peace of mind when booking, Ocean Edge has relaxed its cancellation policies for summer visits. For stays now through June 25, reservations can be canceled with no penalty up to 24-hours prior to check- in. Visits from June 26 through September 3 have an eight-day cancellation policy; blackout dates and restrictions apply. Additionally, Ocean Edge is extending an exclusive offer of 50% off stays to healthcare workers for their heroic efforts and some well-deserved relaxation; valid for stays through October 12, 2020, blackout dates apply. For more information or to book, visit www.oceanedge.com or call 508-896-9000.



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