The martin house is loacted very close to downtown and within walkin distance of the ferries. It is a little outside town but that makes it nice and quite. We had room a room on the 3rd floor that had a shared bath. While it was less expensive and the only room available i would not recommend it to anyone. I would stay at a difrent property. The third floor rooms look like they were hodge podge togther. (btw if you have to use a blow dryer up there you have to wait if someone else is using one b/c it will blow a fuse) You are not warned that the shared bathroom is with two other rooms that contain two beds. (so each room could accomedate up to 4 people). With the ugly being said the 1st and 2nd floor were gorgous!!! it didn't even look like the same house! the rooms were quaint and clean. We did not talk to skye the B&B manager much but she seemed very resourceful and baked wonderful cookies. The breakfast was very small some coffee, OJ, coffee cake, fruit, and granola which did not get replenished if it was low or almost out. But we ate out most days so it was not a porblem for us. Overall i would suggest the inn if anf only if you have a room on the 1st or 2nd floor. ps there is a "widows walk" on top if the inn on the 3rd floor. go up and sneek a peak if you can the views of the harbor are gorgous! But the climb up can be difficult.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our spacious accommodations blend the convenience and comforts of today with the romance and nostalgia of the past. Built in 1803 by a sea captain for his bride and recently restored to a gracious old-world elegance, 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 veranda caressed by light breezes and the sound of classical music, and its spacious roof walk featuring panoramic views of the town and the harbor, the Martin House is a place that beckons you to return. We serve a bountiful continental breakfast prepared by our pastry chef, featuring her famous granola and scones, another pastry, cereals, fruit, juices, gourmet coffee and tea, each morning. In the afternoon, we serve homemade treats. In the heart of Nantucket’s historic district, the inn is a short walk from the shops, beaches and restaurants in town. 13 rooms, air conditioning, free wireless internet, in-room hotel safes; many guest rooms with working fireplaces. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Martin House Hotel Nantucket