Thursday, April 25, 2013

Destination Nautical: Traditional

Nautical by Nature blog: Destination Nautical: Traditional

1. Castle Hill Inn (Newport, Rhode Island)
From the website: At home on the ocean, "guest quarters at Castle Hill Inn retain the warmth and quiet luxury of 19th century seacoast life"

2. The Inn at Perry Cabin (St. Michaels, Maryland)
From the website: "A Charming colonial mansion, this Orient-Express resort and spa sits in beautiful gardens that reach down to Maryland's tranquil Eastern Shore"

3. Chatham Bars Inn (Cape Cod, Massachusetts)
From the website: "This world-famous turn-of-the-century landmark has a remarkable ambiance. The expansive lounge, front veranda and main dining room have been returned to their original grandeur, affording panoramic ocean views and gentle sea breezes"

4. Harbor View Hotel (Edgartown, Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts)
From the website: "With stunning ocean views and refined Martha’s Vineyard d├ęcor, we deliver the attentive personal service you thought had disappeared forever"

5. The Red Inn (Provincetown, Massachusetts)
From the website: The Red Inn offers "breathtaking waterfront decks and views of Provincetown Harbor and Cape Cod Bay" (image via)

6. Montauk Yacht Club (Montauk, New York)
From the website: "Rich in history and tradition... Refreshed and renewed for a new era of storied guests"

I would love to hear your nautical travel recommendations! Been to a hotel with an amazing ocean view? Cute nautical decor? Please share in the comments!











17 comments:

  1. We're moving to Cape Cod in July and I can't wait! We lived in Cape May, NJ and there are some beautiful, traditional nautical views from there. Specifically the fishing fleet as seen from the Coast Guard base, and the light house on Cape May Point.

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    1. How exciting! You will to stock up on nautical decor for your new house!

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  2. White Elephant in Nantucket, MA! That has to be on your list!

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    1. I will add it to my list. I love the name!

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  3. My dream is to get married at the Chatham Bars Inn!

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    1. That would be a beautiful place to get married! I hope your dream comes true (and you'll share the photos with me ;)

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  4. I just LOVE the Cape! It's one of the things that I miss most about living up north. Can't wait to get back there and visit, hopefully this summer!

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  5. Elizabeth Pointe Lodge in Amelia Island

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  6. Ahhh! so funny I think I have been to/stayed at all of these but one. I think you need to check out The Sanderling Resort in Duck, NC. SO classic southern nautical traditional decor. It is heavenly and deserted in the wintertime which is when we enjoy going... just for a little getaway... :)

    XO

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  7. Definitely can't forget the White Elephant on Nantucket, like The Swanbergs noted! Wonderful list, hope to have all of the locations checked off the to-do list one day!

    ohbuoyboston.com

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    1. Bookmarked the White Elephant! Two votes it must be great!

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  8. I really loved The Cloister hotel in Sea Island, Georgia. A very preppy and nautical spot! I spotted everyone sporting some Lilly down there!

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    1. I am doing a separate list for spots in the south. I will be sure to include the Cloister!

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  9. The Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island! Not only is view of the Great Lakes from the Grand Hotel absolutely stunning but Mackinac Island is simply adorable. No cars are allowed on the island so it is only accessible via horse and bikes. A place that everyone must visit at some point in their life!

    http://www.chicagomag.com/images/2011/0911/C201109-EA-Mackinac-Island-Michigan-Grand-Hotel-porch.jpg

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    1. Wow, that looks beautiful! And I love the idea of no cars allowed.

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    1. I will be doing a separate post on west coast places. The west coast is the best coast after all ;)

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