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The main house, an 1839 Greek revival style mansion, the attached carriage house, the luxurious stables and the 200-year-old "bow roof cape" called the captain's cottage provide 16 sumptuously appointed guest quarters. Each has its own personality; queen or king canopied or four poster beds, sitting areas, fireplaces, TV's with DVD players and iPod docking stations; some have whirlpool tubs, mini-refrigerators, and coffee makers; all have a private bath, air conditioning, telephone with voicemail and wireless internet access.
The 43-room Jared Coffin House, built by and named for one of Nantucket’s original whaling captains, is the only Nantucket Island Resorts hotel that stays open year-round. The period antiques and reproductions help create that feeling of a bygone era. The building dates from the mid-19th century and has always been a lively part of the island. Set on a prime corner of Nantucket’s cobblestoned downtown, guests quickly get to know their way around as well as the locals do.
Chatham Bars Inn is New England's premier oceanfront resort and a renowned Cape Cod landmark. The turn-of-the-century main inn sits gracefully atop a rise overlooking Pleasant Bay and the open Atlantic, while luxurious Cape-style cottages fill the surrounding landscape. From a wicker couch on the front verandah, you can take in a broad stretch of coastline while enjoying a subtle Cape breeze. Featuring 217 individually decorated rooms, Chatham Bars Inn offers one of the most spectacular vistas in America. All on 25 splendid acres.
The White Elephant has been an exclusive summertime retreat since the 1920s. The height of preppy New England elegance, this is the place where brides dream of being married and families come for generations. A stone’s throw from the center of town, this 63-room island treasure has accommodations ranging from garden cottages to suites on the harbor. The hotel’s mascot, a white elephant named Trunket, presides over its greener than green lawn. Set with plush lounge chairs, it overlooks bustling Nantucket Harbor and calm Children’s Beach.