Innkeepers Ken and Phyllis Parker have made this retreat an ideal setting for either a romantic getaway or reception. It features a two-bedroom unit with a private entrance that sleeps four;great for families traveling with children. A luxury suite with its own sitting room and kitchen is a perfect setting for a romantic retreat, and the widow's walk upstairs offers spectacular views of the harbor, which is one block away. The expansive backyard is great for game playing, reading, relaxing, and even a wedding reception. Open year round.
Located two blocks from historic cobblestone Main Street, this inn has been run by the Kiendls family for more than 30 years. The lush grounds are eye-catching and the colorful flora is breathtaking. A continental breakfast is served on the porch each morning, but those who prefer a more intimate setting can eat in their rooms. There is one three-bedroom suite that can accommodate larger groups. Visitors looking to economize should consider the rooms with shared bath facilities. Rates are double occupancy and vary by season. No credit cards accepted.
The inn is comprised of two buildings, the main 1850s Greek Revival building and the newer Garden Wing. The inn boasts a lovely garden that is host to complimentary continental breakfasts each morning and cocktail parties on Saturdays (in season only). Many visitors enjoy relaxing between the flora and fauna, reading a book or mingling with other guests. The comfortable guest rooms are furnished with either canopy or antique beds, television and phone.
Stunning panoramic views of the harbor are visible from this charming waterfront cottage, situated on its own beach in the Historic District. It is available for rent as either a full cottage or as two individual suites. If the cottage is divided, each suite can accommodate as many as four guests. Amenities include a deck and barbecue and, if the entire cottage is rented by a single group or family, a full kitchen and two phone lines are available.
Constructed in the 1880s as an annex to the upscale (and since destroyed) Sea Cliff Inn, this Victorian-style guesthouse has 10 bright rooms, eight of which have private baths. The rooms with shared bath are ideal for families or groups. Continental breakfasts including fresh baked muffins or coffeecake is served in your room each morning. Some rooms have harbor views; there is a porch and large back yard and a television in the parlor. The inn is a 10-minute walk from the town center. Rates vary by season.
This 1850s sea captain's house is located in the Historic District next to the Whaling Museum and the Nantucket Yacht Club. All the rooms are either studios or one- or two-bedroom suites, each with private entrance and a garden view. Each room has a refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, bathrobes, cable television with VCR, compact disc and cassette player, cordless phone and answering machine. Guests may borrow videos and CDs from the library or participate in a variety of indoor and outdoor games. Beach towels are also provided. Rates vary by season.
This inn has been in business more than 125 years, and has been operated by the same family for three generations. Its 12 rooms include two inexpensive single rooms, and two rooms with two twin beds. Shared bathrooms and a usable backyard make this a great property for families or groups. Guests seeking more intimacy should reserve a room on the quiet side of the Inn. All rooms are non-smoking and have refrigerators and sinks.
Part of the Roberts House Inn, a group of four historic properties, the Manor House is conveniently located in the center of town. Built in 1846, its 15 rooms have either king or queen canopied beds. Many of the rooms have working fireplaces; all have television, air conditioning and phones. Next door to the main house is a two-bedroom cottage with fully equipped kitchen. Screened and open porches offer great spots for people watching. Packages available. Continental breakfast served each morning.
Located in the center of town, along Petticoat Row, the Roberts House is a group of four historical properties: the Manor House, Linden House Cottages, The Periwinkle Guest House and Roberts House Inn, totaling 42 rooms. Each building has its own features and individual room decor. The Roberts House Inn features rooms with air conditioning, king and queen canopy beds, private baths and Jacuzzi tubs. Many rooms have fireplaces and most have refrigerators. Rates are discounted in the off-season.
This eight-room, two-story guesthouse was built in 1835 and is centrally located in the heart of town. The guest rooms have private baths and either king or queen size beds with big, fluffy pillows to sink into and amazingly soft sheets. Some rooms have balconies and some have mini-refrigerators. Two parlors are common rooms for guests, where continental breakfast is served each morning and wine and cheese each evening. Packages available.
The accommodations at the Hawthorne House are simple and comfortable,
charming and welcoming. It is a testament to the inn keeping skills of Diane and Mitchell Carl that many guests at Hawthorne House are repeat customers. Like the guests ...
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Centre Street is a favorite among visitors to the island
of Nantucket with its array of shops, galleries, and fine restaurants. Guests of the Center Street Inn are fortunate to have all this out their front door, and a ...