The Belfry Inne and Bistro in Sandwich, MA, is a Cape resort like no other, providing a nearly religious experience for its guests. This small campus is composed of 3 buildings: The Abbey, a former Catholic church; the Village House, a fully-restored 1882 Federal-style home; and the Painted Lady, an 1872 Victorian structure adorned with pink shingles and once used as the church rectory. The Abbey, a majestic brick structure, is a soaring space with rooms named for the days of the week. The most dramatic -- the Tuesday Room -- features an oversized, circular stained glass window at the head of the king-size 4-poster pineapple bed. The Bistro, a striking space with stained glass windows, white linen, a grandiose fireplace and an intimate atmosphere, offers creative contemporary American cuisine. The menu features local fare -- seafood plucked from day boats just in from the cold Atlantic -- and changes with the seasons. The Belfry Inne and Bistro is an hour's drive from Boston, just over the Sagamore Bridge.