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Nauset House Inn, East Orleans, Massachusetts

Nauset House Inn


East Orleans, Massachusetts


Originally built as a farmhouse around 1810, the Nauset House Inn is one of the most charming Inns on Cape Cod. To top it off, it's just a short walk to Nauset Beach. Owned by the National Park Service and stretching for 10 miles on the Atlantic, Nauset Beach is one of the most beautiful sandy shorelines to dot the eastern coast. Family owned and operated since 1982, the Nauset House provides the perfect retreat from the fast pace of the workaday world. Nestled within 100 year old apple trees, each of the 14 hand crafted guest rooms are tastefully and artistically appointed. The rooms feature hand painted furniture, floral stencils and trompe l'oeil walls. The main farmhouse has 9 guest rooms, three with private bath and six with shared baths. The shared baths are set up so three rooms share a bath downstairs and three share a bath upstairs. Luxurious terry cloth bath robes are thoughtfully provided for the comfort of the shared bath guests. Everyone is welcomed into the large comfortable commons room upon arrival. It is in the commons room that guests are treated to complimentary wine, cranberry juice and hors d'oevres daily at 5:30. The innkeepers are happy to recommend and make reservations at any of the fine restaurants located on the Cape. Menus are also available to aid in the selection of your dining experience. Just off the commons room you will find the brick floored dining room. With it's open hearth and beamed ceiling it lends an English pub like feeling to the complimentary full breakfast that is offered every morning. Also located in the main Inn is one of the most spectacular features of The Nauset House, the turn of the century glass conservatory. With it's weeping cherry tree, bricked floor and white wicker furniture, one has the feeling they have walked into a fantasy. In addition to the main Inn the Carriage House, located just steps away, offers some of the Inns larger rooms with private baths and sitting areas. With a view of the conservatory the Outermost House, a cottage located in the apple orchard, is a very special place. The room features; natural barn board, cathedral ceilings and a sunken bathroom with a faux painted sky.