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Jared Coffin House, in the Heart of Nantucket, MA - Click here to book now!

Bed and breakfast inns offer quiet intimacy in Cape Cod & Islands lodging

Cape Cod bed and breakfasts are intimate, home-like establishments, often located in older or historic houses. As the B&B name promises, Massachusetts bed breakfasts serve wonderful breakfasts, often with homemade or traditional foods (think baked beans, cranberry bread, and maple syrup). B&B luxuries include pleasant sitting rooms, lush gardens, waterfront views, and hosts who can help visitors find all the local historic attractions and places to dine and shop. Bed and breakfasts are found in Cape Cod, Falmouth, Hyannis, Provincetown.
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ShoreWay Acres Inn

Historic Shore Street Falmouth, MA, 02541 Phone: 508-540-3000 Toll-Free: 800-352-7100

A Cape Cod fix with duck pond included

The beach, duck pond, playground, and bird sanctuary, churches and trolley stop are all classic Cape Cod. More contemporary are the spas, shops, galleries, restaurants, sidewalk cafes, pubs and ethnic eateries near this unique coastal B&B. The contemporary and traditional meet in four restored 18th century sea captain's houses that offer traditional furnishings and charm with private bath, cable television, complimentary Wi-Fi and refrigerator. Enjoy the full resort option and with it the fitness center and health club, indoor and outdoor pools, his and her sauna, green lawns, lawn games and umbrella tables. Martha's Vineyard ferries departing from Falmouth Harbor and Woods Hole are just a short drive away while the village of Falmouth provides everything Cape Cod you could desire.
Exterior View - Jared Coffin House B&B - Nantucket, MA
Jared Coffin House

29 Broad Street Nantucket, MA, 02554 Phone: 508-228-2400 Toll-Free: 800-248-2405

Island getaway begins in this historic inn in the center of Nantucket

The proud centerpiece of the Nantucket Historic District, the Jared Coffin House combines its heritage with modern amenities as it welcomes guests to its comfortable accommodations. Built in 1845 by Jared Coffin, a successful ship owner during the island’s whaling days, Nantucket’s first mansion, with its brick walls and slate roof, survived a fire the next year that destroyed a third of the town. Today, it features 30 rooms in the elegant main building and 13 next door in the Daniel Webster building. Warm but majestic, with furnishings and decor that reflect its proud heritage, the inn offers guests charming rooms, a comfy library, concierge services, gorgeous grounds, complimentary continental breakfasts and a popular upscale steakhouse, Nantucket Prime.
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