Guidance
for VISITORS 

Everything visitors need to know about how Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, and Nantucket short-term rental operators are making your stay safe and healthy 

It'S SAFE
TO COME IN

The vacation rental industry on Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, and Nantucket is committed to providing a safe and healthy summer.

Just like many places around the country, our economy has been hit hard. We depend on visitors coming and enjoying Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, and Nantucket to make a living - to support our restaurants, our retail stores, and our service industry.

Short-term rental owners and the real estate brokerages that manage them have worked hard to create a safe and healthy environment for you to get the rest and relaxation you need. It's the way of life for Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, and Nantucket.

 Cleaning 
 Standards 

Every short-term rental in Massachusetts is required to adopt the cleaning protocols and standards for lodging.

 VIEW THE
 PLEDGE SIGNERS 

Real estate companies are committing to a higher standards than Massachusetts requires.
See what companies have.

 MASSACHUSETTS 
 REOPENING PLAN 

Massachusetts is making great steps toward reopening its businesses. Find out the process and where we are at.

 RESTAURANTS 
 THAT ARE OPEN 

Restaurants have a varying degree of service levels as the different phases open. Find out what's open in your area.

 GOLF COURSES
 ARE OPEN 

Golf courses have opened across  Massachusetts and are ready for your contactless round. Book your tee time today.

 Beaches
 ARE OPEN 

The beaches statewide are open although some may have reduced capacity. Contact your favorite town to see their specific rules.

INFORMATION ABOUT THE
MASSACHUSETTS TRAVEL ADVISORY

On July 24, Governor Baker announced that all persons arriving in Massachusetts, including residents and non-residents, must quarantine for 14 days unless they meet one of seven exceptions. Notably, this quarantine requirement would extend to

vacationers coming to short-term rentals and residents who leave the state and then return.