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
My husband and I stayed at the Old Manse Inn for one night, April 25. The new owners, Brian and Charlie, are fabulous, as was everything else about our brief stay. The complimentary beach chairs allowed us to enjoy an afternoon visit to the Robins Hill Beach which is just down the road. We stayed in the Rose Room, which was immaculate, and the queen sized bed was very comfortable. Added bonuses in the room were lovely glassware, complementary spa robes and a small TV which allowed us to watch the end of the Red Sox game in the privacy of our room before we went to bed. Breakfast, prepared by Bryan, was fabulous. We requested and were granted a slightly later check out to work with our schedule. We would definitely return and recommend this inn to anyone looking for unmatched charm and hospitality in beautiful Brewster on Cape Cod.