Quiet Season: $150*
High Season: $185 to $210*

Minimum night stays apply to all high season weekends, some rooms during mid-week and during some holiday weekends on the quiet season. Rates are subject to change.

*Rates do not include tax + gratuity

Nightingale, Guest House

This Oriental-inspired room welcomes you with a plush king-size bed and wall hangings. Relax in one of the two arm chairs, or sit at the antique writing table. This sunny corner-room also features a mahogany English armoire and flat-screen TV, as well as an en-suite bathroom with shower stall. This room is located on the first floor of the Guest House.

One of the most talked about ships of her era, Nightingale was an extravagant yacht-like clipper ship. Built in 1851, she weighed 1060 tons and was 185 ft long. Her maiden voyage was supposed to go from the United States to London for the World's Fair but her building process was delayed due to financial difficulties. After she was launched she was towed to Boston and auctioned for $43,500. She finally set sail in April of 1852 and began her 42-year career. She later went into the Australian merchant trade, doing the passage in just 90 days.

Amenities: King Bed, Air Conditioning, Private Bath with stall shower, Wi-Fi, Flat-screen TV, and Writing Desk.

Nice house and room and very comfy bed. Margot could not have been any kinder or more helpful. Thank you very much. Rob & Sarah, England.