This 1838 Greek Revival captain's house is decorated with impeccable taste, with down quilts and marble-finished baths. Breakfast is served in a formal dining room or beside the garden fountain. Whaling captains displayed a pineapple on their stoops upon completion of a successful journey, signaling the neighbors to come celebrate; here that spirit prevails daily—as it does at three in-town sister properties (The Summer House Fair Street, The Summer House India Street,
and the 29 Fair Street Inn), comprising 48 rooms all told, operated under the auspices of the splendid Summer House out in 'Sconset—where all guests enjoy full beach and pool privileges.
Oct 12, 2004
Stayed here in October,had a third floor room...hot and tiny! Had some issues with noise...owner basically told us he didn't hear noise therfore we must be wrong??? Whatever happened to the customer is always right? TV in room is a plus...there is a very small common room which no one seems to use...Breakfast was great...We might stay there again, but NEVER a third floor room!