My girlfriend and I visited the Jared Coffin House in April. Room-wise, we found what someone should expect from a former historic home-turned hotel: a smallish (but perfectly clean and comfortable) room. That said, one visits Nantucket primarily to be "outdoors" at the beach, shopping, dining or investigating this beautiful former whaling port. As for our primary criticism: breakfast. While... More
- Also Known As:
- Jared Coffin House Hotel
- Jared Coffin House Hotel Nantucket
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Main House of this historic inn dates back to 1845 and was the home of an affluent whaling captain. Today, this historic inn welcomes guests to the Main House and directly next door, to the Daniel Webster House. Guests will find modern amenities with the newly refurbished library/parlor--where complimentary coffee and pastries are served each morning. All rooms are air-conditioned. Free Wi-Fi is available in the rooms and throughout the inn. Guest rooms have been updated with stunning traditional-style furniture. With the inn's superb location, just steps from boutiques and excellent restaurants, guests enjoy wandering the cobblestoned streets or visiting the many nearby museums and beaches. ... more less
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