Attention to detail in the former home of a local seafarer.
This whaling captain’s house (part of the Summer House Boutique Collection of hotels) dates back to 1838 and now features luxurious touches and a relaxed, island atmosphere. From the brick garden patio with bubbling fountains and roses to an entrance done in Quaker style, the details here are meant to impress. The location is four blocks from the ferry and just minutes from island shops and restaurants. Two staircases lead up to the front door, and the lobby is accented with raspberry tones, a fireplace and large windows. The dining room offers a refined experience with its antique furniture and serving pieces. Guest rooms include reproduction pieces from the colonial era, as well as four-poster and lacy canopy beds, intricate Oriental rugs and down comforters. The marble bathrooms are adorned with pedestal sinks and fresh flowers. Complimentary continental breakfast is above the norm, with Italian coffee, fresh juices and homemade baked goods. Full privileges at the Beach and Pool Club at the Summer House in Siasconset are provided to guests, along with transportation there and back.
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