Massachusetts (Cuttyhunk Island): Cuttyhunk Island Recreational Lodging


Note: You must contact each facility directly with any inquiries. The USCGA Guest Housing staff is only able to assist patrons with questions regarding Munro Hall, the Academy, and the New London area.

Cuttyhunk Island is one of the Elizabeth Islands discovered in 1602 by Bartholomew Gosnold.  The upstairs 3-bedroom apartment can sleep up to 10 people plus 1 futon in the living room; the downstairs 2-bedroom apartment can sleep up to 5 people plus 2 futons in the living room.  Each apartment is provided with separate living room, kitchen, and bathroom facilities, is fully furnished, including bed linen, towels, and blankets.  Baby pen and folding beds are available on the premises.  A laundry room with 2 washers and 2 dryers is located on the first floor.  Camping out is not allowed.  See the Application Package for the pet policy.  Guests should bring their own food (very limited and expensive on the island), laundry powder, dish liquid, paper products, etc.  All applicable Coast Guard regulations apply at Cuttyhunk Island Recreational Lodging.

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