The third generation is now running the Stone family’s inn, a slice of old Cape Cod if ever there was one. The inn sits on a placid stretch of Nantucket Sound, its private beach guarded by the decommissioned lighthouse that Everett Stone had the foresight to purchase in 1938. Everett built an inn and cottage colony on the property, and families have been coming back for generations to enjoy this special spot. Lodging choices include the rather spartan rooms in the inn itself (great for singles!) as well as the more expensive cottages, which range from studios to three bedrooms. One of the best parts about this 9-acre compound is there is really no need to leave if you don’t want to. The inn’s restaurant serves three meals a day. There is a heated outdoor pool, tennis court, volleyball, mini-golf, and shuffleboard also. A beach bar at the entrance has live entertainment on weekends in season.