bed and sitting room area in room

Garden Suite $209 - $389

KING BED | Carriage House | First Level | Upon entering this room, you’ll see wide-paneled hardwood floors, crisply ironed sheets atop a king-size bed, and a coastal-themed sitting area with a sleeper loveseat for a third guest.

nice bedroom with fireplace

Breezing Up Room $169 - $289

QUEEN BED | Main House | First Level | The Breezing Up Room is one of our most popular selections and earned its name from the Winslow Homer print that hangs atop the mantle of the fireplace.

The Highlands Bedroom

The Highlands Room $169 - $289

QUEEN BED | Main House | Second Level | Located on the second level of The Main House, this room overlooks our inn’s beautifully manicured side gardens and expansive lawn.

Guest Room Beach Rose

Beach Rose Room $169 - $289

QUEEN BED | Main House | Second Level | This second-level room has an intimate, Victorian-style feel and overlooks the Old King’s Highway and lush front garden.

view of bed in cricket room with side tables

Cricket Room $159 - $239

DOUBLE BED | Main House | Second Level | Our Cricket Room, located on the second level of The Main House, is bright and cheery in every way.

bed and fireplace looking at seating area

Seacroft Suite $189 - $349

KING BED | Main House | Second Level | The Main House’s Seacroft Suite, located on the second level, offers cozy accommodations and breathtaking views.

Treetops Room at Candleberry Inn

Treetops Room $189 - $339

KING BED | Carriage House | Second Level | Our Treetops Room offers guests second-level privacy and a view of enchanting, 200-year-old oak and maple trees outside the windows.

Seabreeze Bedroom at Candleberry Inn

Seabreeze Room $179 - $289

TWO DOUBLE BEDS | Carriage House | Second Level | Our Seabreeze Room is bright and airy, with a semi-private deck complete with a table and chairs that overlook the rear of our inn.

bedroom view looking at bed and windows

Copeland Room $169 - $289

QUEEN BED | Main House | First Level | The Copeland Room earned its name from the historic building’s original resident, Senator George Copeland.