James Stephen Resort Village
102 Iyanough Road Route 28, Hyannis, Massachusetts, 2601
Hyannis gained notoriety in the 1960s when John F. Kennedy became president of the United States, as his family had vacationed here since 1925. Hyannis also serves as a major ferry port and a terminus for bus and air transportation to Cape Cod. The village is well known for its scenery and unspoiled public beaches. Sportscar enthusiasts do not want to miss the Toad Hall Classic Sports Car Museum, which showcases posh vehicles ranging from Porshes to Ferraris to Jaguars. The Main Street Waterfront District features many retail shops, art galleries and quaint restaurants, and Cape Cod Mall houses over 100 retail stores.