Built In 1771, Cliff Lodge Is A Historic B&B In Massachusetts That Was Once A Sea Captain’s Home
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With its history of seafaring, it’s no wonder why historic homes that once belonged to sea captains dot the coastline of Massachusetts. Some have since remained homes or have been turned into museums or hotel accommodations. On the island of Nantucket, Cliff Lodge, a historic bed and breakfast in Massachusetts, was once home to a sea captain. A stay here means you’ll experience the charms of days gone by while enjoying modern amenities.
Have you ever spent the night at Cliff Lodge? Do you know of another historic bed and breakfast in Massachusetts? If so, tell us about it in the comments! To learn more about Cliff Lodge and to book your stay, visit Hotels.com.
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