Step inside this 19th-century , mansion-turned-boutique-hotel, and you'll feel like you've been transported to another time period, complete with a Gilded-Age lobby decked out with gold accents, luxurious chandeliers, and modern wood flooring
Walking through and staying in its charming rooms, you'll soon realize why Condé Nast Traveler readers voted this historic establishment .
The Chanler was originally built by New York Congressman John Winthrop Chanler in 1873 but now houses 20 elegantly themed rooms, each designed around a particular period in time, from French Provincial to Greek Revival.
To imagine that Chanler built what he called his "cottage" for $30,000 is truly amazing compared to its opulent feel today.
Staying at the Chanler at Cliff Walk feels as if you're staying in a small bed and breakfast thanks to its high-class service, while in reality, you're on a fairytale vacation in a mansion—no big deal!
These are the kind of dreamy rooms that will have you wanting to stay on a permanent vacation.
Don't miss out on dining at the on-site restaurant , one of the most romantic spots in the hotel with a view of the Easton Bay. The restaurant's famous six- or nine-course New England tasting menu is a must-have.
Need we say more? Pack your bags because this is your next destination for that romantic getaway you've been meaning to plan!