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Chatham Guest Rooms Information


Our historic farmhouse, built in the 1700's, won a 2006 Preservation Award from the Chatham Historical Society. The ground floor of the building houses our other business, where we sell antique maps at Maps of Antiquity. Stop in during your stay to see unique maps of your home town, state, or country! Each of our spacious guest rooms has a private bath, a separate entrance, and a view of our ecclectic garden. All of our rooms have been renovated with custom carpentry, combining old world character with modern conveniences. The friendly innkeepers are available daily, and are happy to provide guests with detailed information about our area. We welcome visitors of all ages and nationalities, and can further assist with our ability to speak French. If you will, imagine a place where fishermen and stockbrokers get together to talk about the tides; a place where yoga classes are taught on the beach at sunrise while seals play offshore, and where the wintry weather is wonderfully unpredictable. Join us. We look forward to your visit!


  • Air conditioning
  • Free WiFi internet
  • WiFi internet
  • Garden
  • Housekeeping - daily


  • Free parking


Chatham Guest Rooms is located in an historic farmhouse, built in the 1700's, and all of the accommodations have stairs. These are antique stairs and are a bit steeper and more narrow than modern stairs. There is no elevator and no wheelchair accessibility. We are very sorry for the inconvenience. If you or someone in your party has limited mobility, please contact us before booking so we can discuss whether our guest house is the best choice for your needs.


Check in: 3:00 PM till 5:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
Child Policy: No preference
Smoking Policy: No smoking
Pets: No pets
Accommodation type: Guest house
Booking Terms and Conditions


  • Road from Chatham (2.0 miles)

    Chatham Guest rooms is located 1.4 miles west of downtown Chatham on Route 28 or 1.7 miles east of the intersection of Route 137 & Route 28 (Main Street).

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