The Ivy Lodge is like many homes on Nantucket in that it is a center chimney colonial built over 200 years ago. It sets itself apart by providing moderately priced accommodations to Island guests. Rooms are adequately spacious and appropriately furnished with period-correct antiques and reproductions, each with a private bath, a many with fireplaces. A garden terrace allows guests to enjoy a restful place after enjoying their strolls to nearby beaches, harbor and Town. Historic Brant Point Light is a few minutes walk from the Inn. Credit cards not acepted.
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 at neighboring Chestnut House, visitors here take their breakfasts at Jared Coffin House or Arno's on Main Street thanks to vouchers provided by the inn. Hawthorn House, with its Historic District location, is also near to many other fine restaurants and attractions.
Nantucket is a rather flat island making the hill that the Cliff Lodge sits upon significant; not that it is difficult to scale, but rather in the lovely panoramic views it affords the Inn's guests. For the best views yet, guests climb to the roof walk. Built in 1771 as the home of a whaling master, Cliff Lodge now offers a comfortable, clean, and casual environment, which many guests return to enjoy year after year.
Innkeepers Cyril and Judy Ross are experienced to the core. Cyril grew up in Easton House and represents the third generation of his family to operate the Inn. The house, built in 1812, is located on a cobblestone street close to the harbor. Rooms throughout the home and adjacent garden cottage, which sleeps two, are decorated with romantic overtones and indeed the private cottage is a favorite among honeymooners. During the summer months, guests are likely to be drawn to the flower-filled private country garden. See the website for rates and seasonal information.
Jeanette and Jerry Carl are artists as well as innkeepers so their suites, rooms, and cottage are filled with their creations, making The Chestnut House a decorative place to stay. It is also an ideally located accommodation, in the heart of the Historic District, close to shops, restaurants and cultural attractions. Guests are given vouchers for full breakfast at their choice of either the Jared Coffin House or Arno's on Main Street. See their website for seasonal rates.
The Carriage House is located on a quiet, country lane, yet it is also just around the block from all the attractions and activities of the Historic District. Innkeepers Jean McHugh and son Haziel take pride in sharing their extensive knowledge of the Island, and offer top-notch concierge services. The Carriage House, built in 1865, with its "friendship" or "loving" steps, warmly welcomes families with children of any age. It should be noted that credit cards are not accepted. An expanded continental breakfast is served.
The guests fortunate enough to book into one of the four rooms available at the White House are situated in a prime location. The property sits adjacent to the lovely Jared Coffin Garden, and is located directly on Centre Street, historically known as Petticoat Row and now home to a lovely array of shops and galleries. A family suite that sleeps four with a kitchenette is available and perfectly suited for family travel. A modest continental breakfast is included.
The Periwinkle Guest House is part of Accommodations Et Al, a collection of Greek Revival inns and cottages run by the O'Reilly family. Other group properties are the Roberts House Inn, Manor House, Linden House Cottage, and the Brant Point Cottage. The O'Reilly's are happy to help you determine which property best suits your vacation needs. All the accommodations are located either in, or very close to, the historic district and the harbor front, including the Periwinkle, which is in fact the closest Guest House to the harbor.
The Brant Point Inn is unique in that it was built in 1986, which by Nantucket standards is yesterday. As to be expected, modern amenities such as televisions, phones, and refrigerators are available. However, with its wide pine floors, post and beam construction and comfortable furnishings, the Brant Point retains the feel of a country inn. Guests can walk from the Inn to the historic district, beaches, and harbor front, all within a few minutes. Innkeeper Thea Kaizen, a Nantucket native, and husband Peter, are happy to point the way.
Here is an inn where the phrase "attention to detail" is apparent at every turn; from the polished brass knocker, to the elegant furnishings and the marble baths. Even breakfast is a step above the norm. Guests here indulge in fresh squeezed orange juice, cappuccinos and out of the ordinary baked goods such as the nectarine and blueberry clafouti recently featured in Gourmet. The inn was fully refurbished in 1997. Now guests can enjoy amenities such as data ports and voicemail while staying in this 1838 former whaling captain's home. Rates drop in the off-season.
The guests fortunate enough to book into one of the
four rooms available at the White House are situated in a prime location. The property sits adjacent to the lovely Jared Coffin Garden, and is located directly on Centre ...
Jeanette and Jerry Carl are artists as well as innkeepers
so their suites, rooms, and cottage are filled with their creations, making The Chestnut House a decorative place to stay. It is also an ideally located accommodation, in the ...
Nantucket is a rather flat island making the hill that
the Cliff Lodge sits upon significant; not that it is difficult to scale, but rather in the lovely panoramic views it affords the Inn's guests. For the best views ...