Newly Renovated! This listing provides a Private bedroom for up to 2 guests. Shared spaces include a fully equipped kitchen, living room with 65” smart tv, dining area that seats up to 8 people, laundry area with state of the art super capacity washer and dryer (supplies included), large bathroom shared with other guests and outdoor living areas including patio, grill, and fire pit (wood and materials provided). Come enjoy the Ocean State in beautiful New England with us!
Charming, recently renovated cottage tucked away in a secret garden steps away from a rocky beach. Private setting. Hot tub, outside shower, breakfast nook complete with refrigerator, coffee maker and microwave. Interior seating area with table and 2 cushioned wrought iron chairs. Owner's bicycles and beach chairs available. Tiled shower, floors, all fresh paint...everything new. Full size bed. Electric heater. A/C window unit. Tv with Roku built in. WiFi available but no cable
“Dette var vårt andre opphold med Brenda og var like hyggelig som vår første. Enkel innsjekking, superreng og ryddig, og badestampen er perfekt å slappe av etter noen dagers kjøring og reiser 100% anbefaler å bo her, det er fantastisk”
Located in the quaint seaside town of Fairhaven. Enter the house through a private entrance that leads you to your private formal parlor which features a black marble fireplace, custom draperies and french doors. The private dining room adjacent to the parlor is accented by a fireplace with rare Bennington tiles and a built in china cabinet. Up the grand staircase to the second floor is your private bedroom and bath. The bedroom has a very comfortable queen size bed with 2 closets for storage and a fireplace. The utmost care was taken to provide you with a comfortable yet elegant atmosphere. It also includes fine sheets and towels, a mini refrigerator with drinks and a Keurig for tea or coffee. This Nantucket-style Greek Revival house was built for Captain James Henry Swift in 1844. He is the original owner but the house is revered as the residence of Job C. Tripp, a close associate of Henry H. Rogers and best known for his many years of community service to the town of Fairhaven. While residing in the house, from 1865 through 1917, he hosted Manjiro Nakahama on his second visit to Fairhaven, and also entertained Dr. Nakahama, Manjiro's grandson. Manjiro Nakahama is well known as the Japanese boy rescued at sea by Captain Whitfield and brought by him to live in Fairhaven for several years. Manjiro eventually became a national hero in Japan which has resulted in a visit to the town by the Japanese Emperor and many visits by Japanese tourist.