WELCOME PAGE (PAGE 1)
MAP & INFO. (PAGE 2)
PHOTO ALBUM (PAGE 3)
Stroll Weekend
"We have not forgotten you or the wonderful time we had at The Carriage House. You were a perfect host.The muffins were delicious.
We loved our cozy room. Happy Holidays."
Janet & Harold Lakey, Richmond, VA

"Thanks for a terrific vacation - great shopping too!"
Lucretia , Linda , Nancy Lou ,
Milford, CT

"We enjoyed our stay in Nantucket very much but it was too short . . .
People like you make the world a better place."

The Reljanovich Family, Newbury, OH

"Thank you again. Our first visit to Nantucket was truly memorable. We particularly appreciated your excellent suggestions and insight about the island. We thank you and everyone at The Carriage House."
Scott Godsen & Richard Platt, New York, NY

"Your help with tour suggestions and restaurants to try was very much appreciated. The wonderful breakfasts and conversation set you apart from other accommodations. We hope we have the opportunity to visit Nantucket again..and we hope The Carriage House is available."
Larry, Donna & Katie Biehl, West Lafayette, IN
25th Anniversary
"I write these lines to offer you folks sincere thanks for the splendid services you provided to my wife and me...on our recent all-too-short visit to Nantucket. The accommodations were ever so nice."
Bob & Kay Whomsley, Cherry Hill, NJ
"Thanks for helping us create some very special memories. Your hospitality & guidance made our time there very wonderful. Your new friends in Indiana,"
Paul & Kathy Johnson, 25th anniversary

"Such a lovely time, this is a great place with a great host. We loved this weekend & thanks for making it special!"
Dharmesh & Chinttika, Providence, RI

"Gracias - fue una Maravillosa Estadía. Felicitacion por su gentileze."
Jaime &Marina Galvez, Columbia, South America
Tomomi in front of a snow bound Carriage House
Two "snow bunnies" - retired teacher, Haziel, & wife, Tomomi from Japan, cheerfully welcome guests in 5 languages - and 4 seasons.
Yes, we do get snow sometimes.
Haziel in front of his family's inn
Ex-journalist & teacher, Haziel, has lived, studied and taught on 4 continents. Now he and wife, Tomomi, continue the old-fashioned hospitality traditions of his parents.

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Cordially yours,
Haziel, Tomomi
& Jeanne