Rooms And Suites
The Stacy House
George O. Stacy House (circa 1899, restored 2007)
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, this seaside mansion was one of the many summer "cottages" that dotted the Cape Ann shore. Of unique and refined style among the traditional arts and crafts design at the turn of the century, the Stacy House became a beacon along the coastline. After being used as a private residence, guesthouse, restaurant, meeting center and other uses, the Stacy House has been restored to its original grandeur. You can now stay in one of three guest suites on the second floor. Old world style is mixed with modern amenities for a truly uncommon experience. Visit the Stacy House HERE.
The Oceanfront House
Every room has a sweeping view across the lawn, terraced patios and pool, road, and over the granite ledge and boulder strewn seashore, out to sea. Originally this area was called Bass Rocks for the unique, low pitched rumbling of the surf on the shore. The ocean stretches out to infinity but hosts gulls, boats, the occasional seal, whales and, of course, fish. Visit the Oceanfront House HERE.
The Seaside House
Look out across the lawn to a sweeping view of Bass Rocks, Good Harbor Beach, Landís End, Rockport, the Twin Lights of Thacherís Island and the Atlantic Ocean. The two corner rooms of the Seaside House enjoy both views to give you the feel of being in your own private lighthouse. Visit the Seaside House HERE.