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The Barnacle Inn, hard-by the historical district of Nantucket, is situated in quiet garden surroundings on Fair Street, opposite St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Two blocks from cobblestoned Main Street, it is most convenient to museums, shops, and restaurants, with the harbor and surf only minutes away.... more
Conveniently located within walking distance from both the beaches and downtown Nantucket, The Beachside at Nantucket offers the ideal island getaway for couples and families, as well as corporate and special events. With access to both the town's amenities and the seclusion of the beaches, it is easy to make anyone think they have the run of the... more
The Ships Inn represents a unique piece of Nantucket history while providing comfort, convenience and an acclaimed restaurant serving fresh local ingredients. The Inn has its own claim to history. It was the birthplace of famed abolitionist Lucretia Mott.... more
At Seven Sea Street, a small country inn, we pride ourselves on the attentive service and elegant accommodations that will help make your stay memorable. Seven Sea Street is a red oak post and beam guesthouse, newly constructed with an authentic Nantucket ambiance. Early American furnishings combined with modern comforts and conveniences in each... more
Small, luxury 1850 guest house with private entrances and decks. Studio, one and two bedroom suites with stereo/cd, tv/vcr, telephone. Fully equipped to allow you to prepare you own breakfast, lunch or cocktails. Luxurious linens, down comforters, bathrobes and more. Steps to harbor, fine restraunts, museums and shops and short walk to beaches and... more
The Cottages at the Boat Basin are the most unique way to experience Nantucket! Set within Nantucket Island's magnificent waterfront and just a short walk from historic downtown, the view from The Cottages is a panorama of sun, sea and boats in Nantucket's busy harbor; all enjoyed from outdoor patios or decks where guests can host outdoor picnics... more
Built in 1765 for Nantucket's Richard Swain, The Carlisle House has been a recognized star-quality inn for more than one hundred years. Located just off the center of town on tree-lined North Water Street, the inn has been carefully restored, while still maintaining the charm of old Nantucket.... more
Relive Nantucket Island's rich past in contemporary comfort at this historic Massachusetts inn. The Jared Coffin House offers the charm of a bygone era. Situated in the heart of Nantucket, the inn offers a richly-furnished lobby welcoming you into this historic family home turned modern-day inn, with charming guest rooms (most air conditioned)... more
When you step inside the Brass Lantern on Nantucket Island , you enter a world of charm. Recently renovated, the original house features antiques, canopy beds and handmade quilts.The Brass Lantern is situated on a quiet street in the historic district in town, just a short walk to Main street, the beach, and Steamboat Wharf .... more
The charming and historic Anchor Inn is located on Centre Street, next to the Old North Church, in Nantucket's historic residential district. Close to restaurants, shops, museums, theaters, tennis, the waterfront, and ferries, the harbor beaches are in easy walking distance, with surf beaches on the ocean side of the island accessible by bicycle... more
The Wauwinet is your spectacular vantage point with the Sound on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other. Make your New England memories cooking with the Chef, lobstering with Captain Rob, or taking a leisurely cruise to the White Elephant for lunch aboard The Wauwinet Lady! Or, take a bicycle ride to the fishing village of Sconset enjoy the... more
Welcome to the Point Breeze Hotel. This beautiful victorian hotel has aged gracefully into the 21st century. Rooms, suites and cottages are all modernized for the convenience of today's Nantucket vacationer. The old warm charm can still be felt here on the edge of Nantucket's historic district. The shops and galleries of Main Street are a short... more