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Inspirato’s seven Nantucket homes dot the island, offering a quintessential all-American experience no matter where you go. Stay in Whitesail, Wayfarer, Quarterboard or Shearwater, walking distance from Nantucket Historic District’s quaint shops and restaurants.
Nestled in the northeast part of the island, Harbor Haven is our largest Nantucket home at 10,000 square feet, comfortably accommodating up to 16 guests. Choose the secluded three-acre estate called Nautilus; for its outdoor living space, which encompasses a private pool, hot tub, and spacious lawn.
Nantucket's 47 square miles belie the many ways it offers to enjoy your days. Indulge in an exquisite seafood dinner. Explore on foot, bike or jeep the peaceful beaches that line the island's idyllic inlets and bays. Try your hand at surf fishing. Or spend a long afternoon tracking the flight of coastal birds or disappearing between the pages of a book. The finest in spa services and athletic clubs are close at hand. And with one of the highest concentrations of pre-Civil War structures, you'll be roaming a living museum. Nantucket has all the creature comforts of the 21st century that today's jet-setters desire, wrapped in an elegant 19th-century package.
The oldest and largest family-owned farm on Nantucket is Bartlett's Farm, run by seven generations of farmers. Ask your Destination Concierge to stock your kitchen with fresh produce from this gem of land prior to your arrival.
The Lobster Trap has been catching tourists and locals alike for more than 40 years. With a lobster tank up front, your hand-picked dinner awaits. This go-to seafood spot always serves up the best the island has to offer.
Perfecting New England style, Murray's Toggery Shop offers proper prep style for men, women and kids. Much of the boutique's gear, from beach-club-ready shorts and polos to accessories and hats, shines in iconic Nantucket Red.
Albacore Fishing Charters caters to experts with half-day fishing excursions and to beginning anglers with learning expeditions of 2.5 hours. Try catching a dinner of striped bass, cod and tuna. A few lucky lines have even caught blue sharks!
Cisco Brewers is Nantucket's local spirits makers. Chances are, if you have a drink anywhere on the island, Cisco made it, whether beer, wine or liquor. Sit outside, beer-garden style, and sample the spirits.
Be prepared to wait when you visit Black Eyed Susan's for brunch. Once seated, you'll know the wait was worth it. Indulge in a traditional breakfast menu with a twist (Thai scrambled eggs), and to cap off the morning by BYOB.
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Nantucket is 30 miles south of Cape Cod and can be reached by plane or ferry. The islands of Tuckernuck and Muskeget together make up the town of Nantucket, which also offers great views of the New England coast.
Nantucket has a full 82 miles of some of the most beautiful coastal beaches in New England. North Shore beaches are ideal for young families; the South Shore is great for surfers, and the East Shore makes a perfect spot for four-wheeling.
The Gulf Stream protects small Nantucket from the harsh weather conditions that sometimes fall upon the rest of Massachusetts Bay. Expect the summer months to hover comfortably in the low- to mid-70s.
Nantucket's history dates back to colonial America in the 17th century, when it was once the third-largest city in Massachusetts. That explains why the small island has a large number of antebellum structures.
Nantucket's lighthouses are a New England staple. Be sure to snap a few photos from the base, then take a tour to the top for breathtaking views. You concierge is happy to coordinate your tour.
An easy way to get around Nantucket is by bike. Nantucket Bike Shop offers rentals with puncture-resistant tires and ergonomically designed seats for comfort on longer rides. The shop also offers scooters and island-wide delivery.
Nantucket, Massachusetts' 47 square miles belies the many ways it offers to enjoy your days. With fantastic boutique shopping, activities the whole family can enjoy, and locally sourced food, days will be filled with memories that last a lifetime. Pack your seersucker and Nantucket Red for a classic East Coast getaway.
Visiting Nantucket is possible anytime of the year, though summer is the most popular season, when there is warmer, sunnier weather, making visiting the beach, fishing and bike riding, among other activities, very pleasant. The summer season typically begins around Memorial Day weekend and ends around Labor Day weekend though fall events and early spring festivals attract visitors to the island outside of the high season.