Nauset Light Room
A Traditional Colonial Welcome
Located on the second floor at the top of the stairs, the former Peach Room has a modern, beach country cottage look that features full sized mahogany pineapple poster bed. In Colonial times the pineapple was a symbol of welcome and good luck to guests.
Although the smallest of our rooms it's gained a return guest following. Furnishings are period pieces from early Colonial times enhanced with complimenting artwork. The large bathroom, originally the only bath for the floor, comes complete with traditional tub and shower. (No Minimum Night Stay Required For This Room)
What our guests are saying
We have temporarily relocated to CT from New Orleans...yes. We miss it! But some of our closest friends from our home town met us here last weekend April 25th and 26th. Our friends actually recommended the spot to us after staying here last November during their honeymoon.
We stayed in suites 10 & 11. It was like we had our own house, yet all of the amenities of an inn.
The suites are beautiful and not over the top decorated! At the end of the hallway, our suites shared a keurig with lots of choices of drinks and we always had a tray of cookies covered at all times. If we ate any in the morning, when we get got back in the afternoon they was replenished! Talk about attentive!
Breakfasts were delicious and we each got plenty!
The innkeepers, Charlie and Brian were superb and friendly, warm and inviting. As we were leaving I felt like we were saying goodbye to old friends. They are lovely lovely people.
I can't say enough about this place , except we have more friends coming to visit in July... And if they want to go to the Cape... We will be staying there again!
I promise, you will not be disappointed!
Did I mention that everything was immaculate. All of us are crazy clean and I did not have a problem! Oh and the bathroom in suite 11 with the claw footed tub...gorgeous!
Thank you Charlie and Brian...see you soon!