Cotuit is Our Hometown
Cotuit is one of the less densely populated villages of the Town of Barnstable on Cape Cod. The name Cotuit is derived from the Wampanoag term: "place of the council". Cotuit was formerly known as Cotuit Port until the postmaster, Charles C. Bearse dropped the "port" in 1872. Today, Cotuit is primarily residential with several small beaches including Ropes Beach, Riley's Beach, The Loop Beach and Oregon Beach. The commercial area in the village center include the restaurant the Kettle-Ho, a post office, a church, the library and a few pr-fessional offices. The historic Freedom Hall is just a short distance from the billage green and is used for town gatherings and elections.
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