TPG Hotels, Resorts & Marinas Acquires the Historic Sherburne Inn in Nantucket, MA

USA, Providence, Rhode Island. July 21, 2021

TPG Hotels, Resorts & Marinas, one of the nation's premier hospitality management firms, announced that it had acquired the historic Sherburne Inn located at 10 Gay Street in the heart of Downtown Nantucket. Nestled on a quiet side street within walking distance of all popular Nantucket tourist destinations, restaurants, shopping, and beaches, The Sherburne Inn boasts eight (8) uniquely designed upscale rooms.

"The Sherburne Inn is a unique and truly historic property located in the heart of Downtown Nantucket" states Robert Leven, Chief Investment Officer for TPG Hotels, Resorts, and Marinas. "Opportunities to own and operate heirloom-quality, historic properties like The Sherburne Inn are extremely rare in Nantucket, and we feel privileged to be the new custodians of this tremendous property that has welcomed guests to the island for decades."

The Sherburne Inn is recognized for providing exceptional service and amenities. All beds at The Sherburne Inn are covered in luxury sheets ironed by hand. Each bathroom is appointed with plush towels, a suite of Beekman spa products which are luxurious and completely sustainable, and hairdryers. In addition, each room has a TV with cable, complimentary Wifi, and a Keurig personal coffee machine. Each morning the Inn offers a continental breakfast featuring granola with fresh fruit and yogurt, plus a selection of delicious baked goods and orange juice. During summer months, the staff brews fresh coffee each morning, and coffee and tea are available 24/7.

The Sherburne Inn provides guests with beach chairs, bags, towels, and coolers and also offers a bike rack on-premise if needed. NEW for 2021 - Sandy Pedals electric-assist bikes are available on property.

The Sherburne Inn adds to the firm's other properties on Nantucket, which in The Veranda House, The Regatta Inn, The Chapman House, and Arbor Cottage, which collectively are known as the Nantucket Resort Collection.

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