Travel Directions



GPS Coordinates
The simplest method of finding us is to use the following latitude & longitude coordinates in your GPS unit. These will also help you find your way back to the Midway Motel after sightseeing around the Cape.

N41.8697    W69.9854

Driving Directions
Listed below are travel directions for some major points of departure. Depending on where you live, it may be a toss-up as to which one you use. Refer to the locator map also. Tip: Print out these directions and take them with you on your trip.

If you prefer, click this link to go to Google Maps for directions.

Driving Map of Southern New England.


From the Boston Area
      1. Take Route 3 South until you reach the Sagamore bridge at the Cape Cod Canal.
2. Continue straight across the Sagamore bridge. The road is now Route 6, the Mid-Cape Highway, which runs the length of Cape Cod.
3. After about 36 miles on Route 6, you will encounter a rotary at the town of Orleans. Go 2/3 around the rotary and continue on Rte 6 East (although you are actually heading North), which is a four-lane undivided highway.
4. Drive 5.5 miles and look for the Midway Motel and Cottages on your right. Some landmarks along the way are the Cape Cod National Seashore Visitor's Center and, just before you get to The Midway, a family resaurant named "Poit's Place".



From the Hartford CT Area
      1. Take I-84 East to the intersection of I-90 (Mass. Pike) at Sturbridge, Mass.
2. Continue your trip using the 'Springfield' directions (below).

From the Springfield MA Area
      1. Take I-90 (Mass Pike) East.
2. Get off at Exit 11A, for I-495 North and South.
3. Take I-495 South. When you get near the Cape, I-495 becomes Route 25.
4. Stay on Rte 25; it will take you directly to the Bourne bridge and across the Cape Cod Canal. After you cross the Bourne bridge, you will enter a rotary. Go 3/4 around the rotary and get on Rte 6 East.
5. After about 3 miles on Rte 6 East, you will come to a traffic light. Take a right at the light (sign says Rte 6 East, Hyannis, Provincetown) onto the entrance ramp to continue on Rte 6 East (divided highway). This is the Mid-Cape Highway, which runs the length of Cape Cod.
6. After about 36 miles on Route 6, you will encounter a rotary at the town of Orleans. Go 2/3 around the rotary and continue on Rte 6 East (although you are actually heading North), which is a four-lane undivided highway.
7. Drive 5.5 miles and look for the Midway Motel and Cottages on your right. Some landmarks along the way are the Cape Cod National Seashore Visitor's Center and, just before you get to The Midway, a family resaurant named "Poit's Place".



From South Central Connecticut
      1. Take Route 9 South to I-95. Stay in the left lane to get on I-95 North.
2. Continue your trip using the 'Connecticut Shoreline' directions (below).

From the Connecticut Shoreline/Metropolitan New York Area
      1. Take I-95 North (toward Providence, Boston).
2. At Providence, get on I-195 East. (Stay in the left lane on the I-195 entrance ramp.)
3. Stay on I-195. When you get near Cape Cod, take exit 22a for Route 25 East.
4. Stay on Rte 25 and it will take you to the Bourne bridge and across the Cape Cod Canal. After you cross the Bourne bridge, you will enter a rotary. Go 3/4 around the rotary and get on Rte 6 East, a two-lane undivided highway.
5. After about 3 miles on Rte 6 East, you will come to a traffic light. Take a right at the light (sign says Rte 6 East, Hyannis, Provincetown) onto the entrance ramp to continue on Rte 6 East (divided highway). This is the Mid-Cape Highway, which runs the length of Cape Cod.
6. After about 36 miles on Route 6, you will encounter a rotary at the town of Orleans. Go 2/3 around the rotary and continue on Rte 6 East (although you are actually heading North), which is a four-lane undivided highway.
7. Drive 5.5 miles and look for the Midway Motel and Cottages on your right. Some landmarks along the way are the Cape Cod National Seashore Visitor's Center and, just before you get to The Midway, a family restaurant named "Poit's Place".