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Blue Nose Inn

The original building on the site of the Bluenose Inn was constructed in 1884 as the summer residence of Mrs. William Morris Hunt, an artist's widow.

Rooms in today's resort are located in two elegant guest buildings: the luxurious 52-room Mizzentop, which also houses the business center, bar and gift shop, and the Stenna Nordica, which features 45 tastefully decorated rooms and a glass-front lift. A third building houses the indoor heated swimming pool, whirlpool, steam room, fitness center and Eden Spa.

The grounds feature an outdoor heated swimming pool, garden paths and panoramic views of Frenchman Bay. Each of the guest rooms includes a private bathroom, CD player, bathrobes, high-speed wireless internet access, and mini-refrigerator. All rooms share a common balcony complete with deck chairs so you can relax and enjoy the view.


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