For over 10 years, we’ve opened our historic landmark home to families seeking a comfortable, spacious, summer-living experience.
Many of our summer renters are regulars who come back year after year to the “Big Yellow House” for a week or two.
They come for the baseball games in the yard, the porch made for sipping iced tea and summer reading, the easy walk to the beach and—of course—ice cream from the café up the street.
Our family has come to know and love our guests—some who have been coming since we first rented out the house in 2000.
We enjoy getting to know the families that come here. At the same time, we always respect the need for privacy. Years of experience have taught us to recognize when guests wish to mingle--and when they want to be left alone.
There are guests who have celebrated milestone events here—like the Stedman family who brought relatives in from all over the country for their Mom’s 90th birthday.
Others simply come to lay back. They borrow our kayaks and go looking for crane and osprey.
Others, still, come for the rolling golf courses nearby.
Even though The House at Pocasset has been a commercial establishment for over a decade—it’s been in the family since owner Don DuBerger can remember.
We see the house as a family heirloom to be shared with others. We’ve enjoyed countless family gatherings here and hope to do so for many years to come.
The property is a reminder of why people come to the Cape--the timeless serenity, traditional architecture, and natural beauty make it a relaxing and unforgettable experience.
Feel free to contact us with any questions about the house or the area.
The House of Pocasset is also a wonderful winter getaway. Consider a memorable holiday at one of New England’s earliest settlements.