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Where to Stay on Nantucket

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Nantucket is a perennial favorite summer destination, with Atlantic Ocean beaches, picturesque harbors, and iconic lighthouses. Accommodations on the island range from cozy bed-and-breakfast rooms to marina-side cottages to penthouse loft apartments. Water views and beach shuttles are in-demand amenities, and most hotels can arrange boat rides and lobster bakes for a quintessential New England vacation.
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50 Easton St, Nantucket, MA 02554, USA
White Elephant has been a Nantucket landmark for nearly a century, with more rooms than a typical inn but without sacrificing the intimacy and personal service of a small property. Located on the waterfront a short walk from Brant Point Light, the...
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120 Wauwinet Rd, Nantucket, MA 02584, USA
The Wauwinet makes the most of its coastal setting between the Atlantic Ocean and Nantucket Bay. Next to the Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge, the resort has 32 rooms, plus four cottages with separate living rooms and the three-bedroom Anchorage...
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24 Old South Wharf, Nantucket, MA 02554, USA
If you’d like the space and privacy of a vacation apartment but still want the service and amenities of a hotel, the Cottages & Lofts at the Nantucket Boat Basin are ideal. You’ll be whisked away from the Hy-Line ferry and taken to the wharves of...
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7 Union St, Nantucket, MA 02554, USA
A classic New England bed and breakfast with a boutique hotel vibe, the Union Street Inn is housed in an impeccably maintained 1770 whaling captain’s home just off Main Street in downtown Nantucket. A short walk from the Hy-Line ferry and harbor,...
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As part of their reimagination of this 19th-century residence, New York–based Roman and Williams added a new wing to the 1850s Greek Revival building. The décor in the 20 guest rooms combines objects from Nantucket’s history (whaling artifacts,...
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77 Easton St, Nantucket, MA 02554, USA
Generations of families return to Nantucket summer after summer to bike, boat, feast on lobster rolls and clam chowder, and linger at the beach until after sunset. If you aren't lucky enough to own a home on the island (or know someone who does),...