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- Private room
For my health, and health of future guests, I require a COVID Vaccination Certificate. Do not book if you have not been vaccinated. 1.5 miles from town. The base price displayed is for one room. If a party has more than 2 people there is a charge for the second room. The second room is at a discounted rate. When booking it will book for one room and an adjustment will be sent for the second room. The second room is not rented to other guests.
- Entire home
Our updated in-town cottage, with quintessential Nantucket charm is walkable to downtown. Enter through the arched wooden gate in the mature hedges, to your private oasis with a quaint yard and brick patio. The cottage furnishes everything you will need for a great vacation. Enjoy the vaulted ceilings, large living room, spacious bedroom, updated kitchen, and bathroom. The ambiance of Nantucket continues throughout with the modern beach chic decor. Enjoy island life.
- Entire home
Our guest suite is a separate wing on the main house. It is separated by a locked door. You have your own separate private entrance. You must come into the backyard of the main house. Look for the arbor with BAIRD written on top. These is an extra charge for any guests after the first 2 guests. $100 per guest per night. If you were bringing a car please let us know in advance so we can make parking arrangements
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Your guide to Nantucket
All About Nantucket
Visitors flock to the island of Nantucket — just 30 miles south of Cape Cod — to enjoy fresh-catch dining, check out the old cottages along cobblestone paths, or give their wardrobe an update with the unique boutiques dotting the retail areas. Nantucket’s nautical, whaling, and fishing past also draws in admirers, with no shortage of cultural events, concerts, museums, and galleries dedicated to sharing the island’s history with visitors. During the summer months, the dune-laden beaches are just about the perfect place to sunbathe away the day, and there are over 80 miles of it to pick the best spot from. With close proximity to the mainland, this northeastern island is a charming mixture of island and Massauchssets fun.
How do I get around Nantucket?
If you’re flying in, Nantucket Memorial Airport (ACK) is located on the island’s south side. The Wave bus will get you from ACK to Washington Street, one of the main waterside streets home to restaurants, cafes, and rental accommodations, in about 20 minutes. There are also many nearby airports on the mainland, including Barnstable Municipal Airport (HYA) in Hyannis, MA, and Martha’s Vineyard Airport (MVY) in West Tisbury, MA. Water taxis and ferries can be utilized for getting to and from areas around Nantucket, with numerous daily arrivals and departures from The Seastreak Ferry Terminal. For transport on and around the island itself, you can also avail yourself of ride-hailing services.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Nantucket?
The summer months are the busiest time to be in Nantucket, as people descend on the island to bask in the sun, shop, eat, and boat around. But it’s the months of April, May, September, and October that mark the sweet spots in Nantucket’s annual calendar: the crowds are a bit thinner and the summer weather is a bit more comfortable.
Nantucket doesn’t completely shut down for the winter — many of the local businesses, bars, and restaurants stay open through Christmas, and there are a handful of holiday festivals pre-New Year’s, making this still a good time for a Vacation rental in Nantucket. Once the new year arrives, however, be prepared for things to get pretty quiet on the island until spring.
What are the top things to do in Nantucket?
Nantucket Whaling Museum
Though we now understand whaling to be a devastating practice that faces all kinds of international bans, it was once a major industry, literally fueling much of the economic furnace of 19th-century America. The Nantucket Whaling Museum faces this history head-on, offering a revealing and fascinating view into what was once a massive industry, and into the big, beautiful whales that once thrived in the waters around Nantucket, Cape Cod, and the northeastern Atlantic.
The beaches of Nantucket are unadorned, unadulterated, and unsurpassed in their stark natural beauty. The fine-grained white sands are just the right cushion for summer sunbathers, and the surrounding dunes strewn across the island have been the inspiration for more than a few landscape painters.
Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge
With origins in a land-acquisition deal that occurred in 1974, the Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge remains a fixture on Nantucket, with an important mission of conservation, education, and preservation. You don’t have to be an animal lover to enjoy seeing the many raptors, deer, shorebirds, and seals that thrive here.