NANTUCKET’S OLDEST CONTINUOUSLY OPERATING GUESTHOUSE WINS GOLD AWARD
Century House Selected The Best Bed and Breakfast Inn By Cape Cod Life Magazine Reader’s Choice
(Nantucket Island, MA) – June 2011 Century House, the oldest continuously operating guesthouse on Nantucket was recently selected by Cape Cod Life Magazine Readers and won Gold for the 2011 Best Bed and Breakfast Inn on Nantucket Island, Massachusetts. The readership of Cape Cod Life Magazine had voted Century House the Best Nantucket B&B for the first time. The Silver award went to Jared Coffin House.
According to Cape Cod Life Magazine Best of the Cape & Islands Reader’s Choice is an annual poll “where readers weigh in with their region-by-region favorites from throughout the Cape and the Islands.”
A congratulatory letter was sent by the President and Editor of Cape Cod Life Magazine announcing the Gold Winner and stating “our readers have a great loyalty to the magazine, and they take pride in voting for their favorite places on the Cape and the Islands- you were voted among the very best.”
The Best of the Cape & Islands winners are announced in Cape Cod Life Magazine, June 2011 issue available on stands now and reflect six regions and around fifty categories. The entire list can be viewed online at http://www.capecodlife.com
Cape Cod Life magazine is “a regional lifestyle magazine that has captured the historic charm and panoramic beauty of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, and Nantucket for over 30 years. Cape Cod Life publication is recognized nationally and internationally as the Cape and Islands’ premier publication reflecting this world famous region�������s unique and diverse lifestyle in eight annual magazines full of stunning photography and in-depth columns and feature stories.” capecodlife.com
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Century House dates back to the Cliff Road land purchase in 1833. According to research performed by Edouard A. Stackpole, renowned Nantucket historian and former director of the Peter Foulger Museum, the Century House was built by a member of an old Nantucket family of Scottish roots, Captain Robert Calder. It is said that Capt. Calder chose this site because of the privacy, the ocean breezes, the views, and the genuine serenity the location provided in the 1840’s and still exhibits today. According to Mr. Stackpole, the Century House is the oldest continuously operating guesthouse on Nantucket Island. Like on facebook; follow on twitter; read our blog.
Gerry Connick and JeanE Heron, Innkeepers