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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.
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 Ships Inn,built in 1831 by whaling captain Obed Starbuck and known as the birthplace of abolitionist Lucretia Mott, enjoys a certain historical value. Today's guests are more likely to comment on the comfort of their cheery, wallpapered rooms with antique furnishings and pleasantly surprising modern amenities. A continental breakfast and afternoon tea are included, but guests should be sure to save room for dinner at the Inns award-winning restaurant. The California-French cuisine means specialties along the lines of Seared Local Cod with pancetta, savoy cabbage, cider and capers.
This inn located in the heart of Nantucket boasts private beach access and rooms decorated in traditional New England décor. The Hyannis ferry is 5 minutes’ walk away. The Pineapple Inn features an en suite bathroom and cable TV in each guest room. The air-conditioned rooms offer free Wi-Fi and a telephone with voicemail. Select rooms have an outdoor patio. Visitors at the Nantucket Pineapple Inn have full access to the freshwater pool at the nearby beachside pool club. Free shuttle service is provided. A daily breakfast is included and served in the dining room. Guests can visit Figs by Todd English, The Summer House Restaurant, and The Summer House Beachside Bistro. The Brant Point Lighthouse is less than 1 mile away. Whale watching with Shearwater Excursions is half a mile from the inn.
Located in the heart of the Historic District, guests at the Summer House on India Street step outside the door of this charming, historic inn and browse the Island's finest galleries, shops and cultural attractions. When ready for the beach and pool, guests can take the Summer House resorts' private jitney to the original property in Sconset, with a pool overlooking the private beach. Modern amenities at this historic inn abound, allowing guests to truly enjoy past and present, city and town.
This quaint yet charming inn is small, so make your reservations early. Rooms have private and semi-private baths. If the rooms are filled at Le Languedoc, you can also try to find lodgings at their two other properties, 3 Hussey Street Guest House and at 24 Broad Street.