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
I have stayed at several different b+b's at this point, on the Cape and elsewhere, and this is hands down my favorite. Never have I seen a b+b so tastefully kept. We stayed in the Vineyard Room, one of the newer (I believe) deluxe rooms, and it was beautifully decorated and just plain immaculate. Some b+b's can be pretty frumpy, with the drapes matching the wallpaper matching the bedspread (yuck!), but this one was anything but. Comfy, quiet, relaxing, modern. The common areas were also gorgeous.
AND the breakfast. Oh my gosh, the breakfast! It was so good. We definitely got our money's worth each morning, and it wasn't just your basic bacon and eggs. I'm talking gourmet, mouthwatering, eat-till-you're-stuffed breakfast. The food alone makes this place worth it, but add in a great location, a relaxing atmosphere, and a pair of awesome innkeepers, and you'd be a fool to stay anywhere else.