Natucket was on our "Bucket List" and since we only had a few days we wanted to stay right in town. We left our car in Hyannis and were able to walk from the Steamship Authority dock to the Hawthorn. We walked to all the shops, resaurants and many historic sites. We were in and out all day dropping off shopping, changing clothes and resting up for more.
Our reasonably priced rooms were bright, attractive and not overly frilly. With the money we saved we had lots of chowder and lobster at Sayle's Seafood. The breakfast option was great and we particularly loved the blueberry stuffed french toast at Arno's.
If you are looking for a sleepy "tea and cookies in the afternoon" B&B you better stay out of town. If you are upright and mobile, active and inquisitive you should stay in town at the Hawthorn. We are 68 and glad we chose the latter. Nantucket is back at the bottom of our list. Hopefully we'll make it back to the Hawthorn.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Superior location and value distinguish this attractive 1849 guesthouse. 9 rooms all have private baths, wi-fi, mini-refrigerators, and air-conditioning in season. Breakfast is provided in two local restaurants using a voucher system. Open year round. ... more less
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