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.
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.
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.
This inn was built in 1806 as a whaling captain's home. All 11 rooms at this centrally located bed and breakfast have private bathrooms, television, telephone with voice mail, and air conditioning. Breakfast is served on the sun-drenched enclosed porch. The innkeepers have successfully maintained an intimate ambiance within the property. You can find a well-stoked fire in the common room on those foggy and rainy days, as well as shelves of books and games for guests use. Quoted rates are for in-season double occupancy. Mid-week specials are available.
The Beach Club offers everything couples come to Nantucket in search of serenity, pristine beaches, fabulous dining, romance and sunsets. Located on the beach about 1 mile from town, it has a peaceful quality that may convince you to extend your stay. Thick towels, plush linens and a mini-fridge are standard in all 27 units. One cottage is available, good for longer periods. Some rooms have kitchenettes, fireplaces, wet bars and private decks. All guests receive a beach towel, umbrella and chair.
The Davis family has run this Federal-style whaling home built in 1830 since 1967. Well-maintained, this guest-house is ideal for couples. Each room has queen-size beds and some have fireplaces and nine-foot ceilings. The grounds and common areas are filled with candles and fountains. Within a short walk of Main Street, the home is located on an historic cobblestone street. Rates are based on double occupancy and vary depending on season.
The Davis Family has tastefully furnished the eight guest rooms in this 19th-century inn, each with a private bathroom, television, phone, air conditioning, and heat. The inn is ideal for families with children, as well as couples or friends looking for a getaway. There is a fenced-in garden and a common kitchen guests can use. An apartment that sleeps five is a perfect accommodation for those traveling with larger parties. Rates are based on double occupancy, and vary with season. Closed in off-season. See their website for rates.
This place is the epitome of charm and warmth. Most rooms have exposed-beam ceilings, fishnet canopies, and queen-size beds. All rooms have TV/VCR, mini-refrigerators, and air conditioning. Continental breakfast is served every morning, in the privacy of your own room if you'd like. Guests can reserve the private Jacuzzi room, or enjoy gorgeous harbor views from the widow's walk. The Honeymoon Suite has its own full kitchen and gas fireplace, and is ideal for longer stays. It is located just a few blocks from town and the ferry. Open year round. Rates vary with season.
Century House is memorable, resplendent bed and breakfast with a breezy, wrap-around veranda and top cliff historic location. Century House is the oldest continuously operating guesthouse on Nantucket and invites you to experience the freedoms that this faraway island has to offer, 30 miles out to sea; away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Retreat to timeless moments of silence. Simple pleasure, so irresistible, so available. Swim in sparkling waters. Ride the waves. Hidden, pristine beaches, enchanting bicycle paths, indulgent shopping, bird watching. This renovated inn is the perfect deluxe accommodation for sophisticated travelers. The freedom to explore is at your doorsteps.
As an alternative to the intimacy of a B&B, The Beachside's 88-room, motel-style property offers guests a heated outdoor pool and air-conditioned rooms. Queen and double beds are available, and mini-refrigerators and in-room coffeemakers allow guests to enjoy a leisurely breakfast sitting around the pool. Three two-bedroom suites are great for those traveling with larger parties or families. The Beachside is also suitable for business meetings and conferences. It is located just a 12-minute stroll to the center of town, and a five-minute walk to Jetties Beach. It is wonderful for families and corporate retreats.
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 ...
The guest rooms of Hussey House share a likeness in
decor. White laced canopied beds, flowered wallpapers and oriental rugs lend a quaint charm to the accommodations. The rooms are air conditioned but most guests will want to take ...
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 ...