Built in 1835 on a knoll 3 blocks from the Harbor, the Sherburne Inn offers 8 dreamy guestrooms each with an ensuite private bath, hand-ironed linens, and modern amenities. Our lush gardens, flower boxes and manicured lawn with outside seating enhances our guests' experience. A breakfast Basket is delivered to guest rooms each morning with home-baked sweet breads, granola parfaits, fresh fruit and juice garnished with inn-grown herbs and flowers. Especially suitable for couples celebrating special events. The Sherburne Inn was quoted by Boston Globe, Travel as being the perfect place for a Nantucket vacation.
4.6 on July 29, 2014
Our recent 3 night stay at Sherbourne Inn was bliss. The quaint setting with pleasant light music in the reception area was peaceful. Susan and John have done a marvelous job making you feel welcome. We will return for certain.
5 on June 13, 2014
Our 5th year staying at the Sherburne Inn, a relaxed and comfortable B&B. The hospitality, service, location and setting are wonderful. We love how the Sherburne Inn staff have always helped with any questions and suggestions. Whether its about the shuttle bus, restaurants, entertainment, nature walks, etc. The shuttle bus is so convenient and easy it allows us to go most everywhere. We also enjoy exploring the island on foot and bicycle to visit the many museums, nature paths and pocket parks. For example, Hummock Pond, Madaket beach sunset, Steps Beach, the Sconset Bluff walk, Whaling Museum and the list goes on and on. We usually take in one of the Theatre Workshop of Nantucket plays which is Nantucket's longest running theatre company. They are most enjoyable. It’s hard to pick a favorite restaurant but Oran Mor, American Seasons and Company of the Cauldron are special as well as a Galley Beach dinner during a sunset. The Inn is our Nantucket home away from home!
5 on April 06, 2014
We were so delighted to find the Sherburne Inn on our recent off-season trip to Nantucket. Greeted by owner, Susan Daniels in the front parlor with a fire in the fire place and a pot of hot tea was an unexpectedly warm beginning to our stay. Susan showed us on a map where the open neighborhood restaurants were, and a few activities going on that were just a short brisk walk from the Inn. Our mission on this early Spring trip was to check out places for our selves and another couple for a summer visit to Nantucket. We checked out a few other Inns suggested to us, but came back to the Sherburne Inn and booked our rooms for our July vacation. The location, ambiance, cleanliness, and tasteful decor is just what we were looking for. The "cherry on the top" is the delicious house-made granola and coffee cake breakfast baskets delivered to our room - a unique and memorable experience. We are looking forward to some sunshine, overflowing window boxes, warm beaches walks, and bike riding when we return in just a few months.
5 on March 12, 2014
Last Labor Day Weekend my son and his young family came to visit us on Nantucket and we gladly gave them our cottage while we moved to the Sherburne Inn for five nights. What a delightful Inn - welcoming, charming, impeccably clean and uncluttered. Since we know the Island well, we didn't need assistance with restaurants and activities, however the cheery morning welcome and a basket filled with delicious treats was special and unique. Our favorite breakfast spot was the Adirondack chairs in the Inn's garden. After a full day of grandchildren and beach walks, my husband and I slept soundly on very comfortable beds with the windows open to the fresh night air. We are coming back this Labor Day weekend - can't wait!
King of the Hill, Room #8 is located on the second floor offering an elaborate hand-carved, four poster king bed, private bath with clawfoot tub/shower with two windows. A balcony with seating for two is all yours with overflowing flower boxes - a perfect spot for viewing sunrise/sunsets and our gardens below. This room is an ideal choice for honeymooners, anniversary celebrations, or a special romantic get away.
Nightly Rate: $125 - $399
Room #2 the"Classic Nantucket" is one of our most popular standard queen bedded rooms on the first floor offering many of the icon Nantucket touches - Nantucket red all wool area rug with subtle gold stars, fireplace with a basket of decorative hydrangeas, detailed woodwork, seagrass wing back chair and ottoman, several Nantucket woven baskets and woven accessory holders, antique highboy dresser, brass lamps, and original pine wood floor boards in private bath as well as bedroom. Window views or our gardens through cedar tree branches filled with birds in the early spring.
Nightly Rate: $95 - $365
Cottage Garden, Room #3 is a Petite Queen bedded room with two windows overlooking our gardens. The compact private bathroom is efficient, and very small. Many traveling singles enjoy this sweet room while visiting friends and family on the Island. Couples who are used to living in small spaces enjoy the economy of this sunny, cheerful room.
Nightly Rate: $95 - $275
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Fishing Charters, Sunset Cruises, Bicycle riding on bike paths, Eco Tours, Bird Watching, Educational programs/Classes, Picnic area, Religious Services, Vineyard, Winery
Board games, Computer, Copier, Desk, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Telephone, Washer/dryer , Concierge Services, Bike Rack, Beach Towels/Bag, Beach Chairs/Umbrellas, On/Off Street Parking
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, In-room internet, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Library, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Delivered to Guest room
, glutin free, food allergy free
Butterscotch Coffee Cake
The recipe for the Sherburne Inn Butterscotch Coffee Cake has been handed down from Innkeeper to Innkeeper for over 140 years. It is the only recipe that is not shared with our guests. The ingredients have remained a secret for over a century. Many guests try to guess, but none so far have been completely successful.