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1 BR, 1 BA, Sleeps 4.
This is a one bedroom home but does also have a pull out queen size sleeper sofa in the living area
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Pets allowed - Pet rules can be emailed to you call required Pet rules can be emailed to you call required
Max guests: 4 - 44
Minimum age of primary renter:
- Well behaved dogs are welcome but subject to rules we can email and ask you submit inquiry to discuss rules/pet before submitting reservation request
- Key must be returned to us in padded envelope so that we receive no later than 14 days after your visit to avoid delay in return of damage deposit
- Cleaning cost varies $85-150. If cleaning less than $150 difference will be refunded to you. Pet fee FULLY refundable assuming no pet damage injury.
About Craig Campbell
The owners, Craig and Gretchen Campbell, reside in Marblehead, Massachusetts when not out on Nantucket. We are both environmental attorneys living in a 1652 antique home near the ocean on an historic street called Gingerbread Hill! While Gretchen is originally from Marblehead, Craig is a displaced Texan who is still pondering how he ended up with two houses near the ocean and not on 50 acres in Montana near a trout stream!
Craig Campbell purchased this Cottage in 1992
Why Craig Campbell chose Siasconset
When we were first married we honeymooned on Nantucket. Of course we had to see Siasconset (Sconset) during our visit and we fell in love with the charming small rose-covered cottages Sconset is famous for. Years later while vacationing on the Island, we were walking in downtown Nantucket in the pouring rain when we stumbled into a local realtors office to dry out. One thing lead to another and the next thing we knew we were the proud owners of "Barque"! (Believe me it turned out to be a lot more complicated than it sounds!) This is our only vacation home and we treat it as such with many personal touches unlike many of the generic rental properties on the island. Unlike most of these charming small cottages in Sconset, ours was totally rebuilt in the 1980s and has modern amenities not found in many of the other cottages in this area.
What makes this Cottage unique
There are two paths down to the beach from our cottage ensuring a three minute walk in either direction to the beach. Although our yard is small, we have lovely perennial gardens for you to enjoy when the season permits. While the house is small as well, it is beautifully decorated with original paintings, antique oriental rugs, china trade accents, custom barn board cabinets in the kitchen and faux burl hand painted cabinets and woodwork in the bathroom. The slipcover on the queen size sleeper sofa in the living area (Pottery Barn) changes periodically.