The New Shoreham House is located in town across from the ferry landing. Rooms here are with shared bath and most have ocean views. This inn is a charming fifteen room hostel style inn with Victorian appeal. Relax on the ocean view deck at the New Shoreham House while watching the boats sail in and out of Old Harbor. If you are looking for competitive rates and a convenient location, this inn is for you!
There is always a two night minimum stay on weekends. On holiday weekends such as July 4th weekend there is a 3 night minimum stay at the weekend rate. The rooms at the New Shoreham House Inn can accommodate 2 to 4 guests. Check in for the inn next door, at our sister hotel, The Harborside Inn. We offer amenities at the Harborside for all our guests, such as complimentary coffee and tea, an ice machine, a luggage storage room, lobby restrooms, bike and moped rental discount coupons and island dining & entertainment information. Continental breakfast will be included with your stay July through Labor Day Weekend, 2016. Our rates are as follows and may be subject to change at any time and do not include state and hotel tax (13%).
All rooms have shared bathrooms except for Room 1 which has two double beds for up to four guests and Room 17 which has 1 double bed for two guests maximum. Please note that there is no elevator at the New Shoreham House Inn. All rooms require the ability to walk up stairs.
To reserve a room we require a 100% deposit for a single night’s stay, and a 50% deposit on a credit card for 2 nights or more. Cancellations may be made up to six days prior to your arrival day with a refund less a $25 administrative fee. Canceling within six days of arrival will result in loss of deposit. Refunds or discounts will not be given for late arrivals or early departures. Changes may not be made to a reservation within six days of arrival.
Each credit card holder must present a valid ID at check in. Credit card holder must be present for signature.
For more information please contact us at 1-800-825-6254 and mention the New Shoreham House.