Cliff Lodge, Massachusetts > Nantucket Island

Contact Owner
Nantucket Island Bed and Breakfast
   
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 12
Baths 13
   
Reviews Add review
   
Located on Nantucket Island, off the coast of Massachusetts, built in 1771 as a whaling master's home and situated on a gentle hill only a short walk from the ferry and the town, the Cliff Lodge welcomes you to discover with heartwarming comfort, the unforgettable beauty and enchantment of this faraway island.
Experience the leisurely ambience and delightful charm of the Cliff Lodge as a special place that always beckons you to return. Built in 1771 by a sea captain, occupied for a half century by Nantucket's leading female poet, and recently restored to its former lustre, the inn combines the charm and romance of a bygone era with all the comforts of home. With its many comfortable gathering areas, its fireplaces, the luxury of its rooms, its peaceful garden patio, and of course its spacious roof walk offering panoramic views of the town and the harbor, the Cliff Lodge is a place of easy elegance that can make you forget that you have ever worked for a living. We serve a bountiful continental breakfast prepared by our pastry chef, featuring her famous homemade granola and scones, another pastry, cereals, fruit, juices, gourmet coffee and tea, each morning. In the afternoon, we serve homemade treats and we are the only inn on Nantucket (other than our sister inn, the Martin House) to offer regularly scheduled afternoon teas. In the heart of Nantucket's historic district, the inn is just a short walk from all the shops, beaches and restaurants in town. 12 rooms with private baths, air conditioning, televisions and free wireless internet access; many guest rooms with working fireplaces.
  • Utensils Refrigerator
  • Microwave Ice Maker
  • Coffee Maker Linens provided
  • High Speed Internet Fireplace
  • Cable/Satellite TV Air Conditioning

Guests feel pampered when they stay at Cliff Lodge, basking in the warmth of both its casual elegance and heartwarming comfort, the fresh cleanliness of its accommodations, the friendly atmosphere, the gracious helpfulness and dependability of hostess and staff... not to mention all the little extra-special touches that make their island holiday a superlative experience. , , One such touch is the Inn's spectacular collection of original artwork of local Nantucket artists, including Paul Galschneider, Paul Arsenault, Bobby Boushan and Robert Stark. While most of the paintings gracing the walls and rooms are part of the owner's personal collection, some are part of the Inn's revolving collection and are available for purchase by guests. ,

Nantucket's historical attractions run the gamut from old mills to island history to architecture to art and antiques.... Cliff Lodge puts you right in the middle of it all. Take a short stroll to the center of town, where you'll find Oldest House , the Old Mill and the Old Goal . Many structures have been designated by the Nantucket Historical Association, but if you walk down any of the streets fanning out from the nearby town center, you'll stumble onto your own finds. , , Don't miss central Main Street, particularly the three handsome Georgian mansions known as The Three Bricks. Nantucket is home to the nation's largest collection of eighteenth-century buildings and miles of the world's most pristine beaches, all just minutes or an easy walk from the Inn. , , Endangered plant life and wildflowers abound on Nantucket and include the Russian olive, winterberry, hawthorne tree, Rosa rugosa, the tupelo tree, pink lady's slipper orchid and Indian pipes. More than a third of the island has been protected and will never be built upon. These wild expanses are open to the public for nature walking, hiking or bird watching. In fact, Nantucket lies on the north-south flyway of migrating birds, making it very popular with serious bird watchers. , , Nantucket Harbor and surrounding waters are famous for Nantucket bay scallops. Bluefish and striped bass abound from May to October. Dating back to its beginnings as a famous whaling town, Nantucket offers some of the most extreme deep-sea sport fishing in the world. Even if you're not trying to catch fish, you may catch a glimpse of seals, dolphins, tunas, blues, whales and the occasional mermaids frolicking in the surrounding waters. , , Nantucket is bejeweled with architectural gems and is blessed with refreshing sea breezes, miles of sandy beaches and vistas unchanged over the centuries. The Inn sits on a quiet street in the heart of Nantucket's Old Historic District, just a few minutes walk from the beach and the array of fine restaurants, galleries, museums and shops which line the famous cobblestoned Main Street.

Nantucket Island Bed and Breakfasts - Cliff Lodge, Massachusetts > Nantucket Island
Located on Nantucket Island, off th...
9 Cliff Road Nantucket Island, MA 02554

Loading map...

Nantucket Island Travel and Lodging Related Links