This beautifully designed home located in the Tom Nevers section of Nantucket island is available on a Saturday-Saturday basis from May through September. A half mile from the deserted Tom Nevers beach. There are 2 bikes to cruise around on, a grill for bbq'ing on the deck and surfboards to make fools of yourselves. :)
Three bedrooms, sleeps 7 comfortably. Private, ensuite bathrooms in each suite. Also enjoy an outdoor shower, wireless internet and cable.
Home sits at the end of a quiet dirt road about a 10 min car ride from the center of town. There is also a public bus stop at the end of the street that will bring you to town. Bike paths crisscross all over the island and there is certainly no shortage of cabs.
There are also paths that lead from the house through Nantucket conservation land to the beach. About a mile walk for the adventurous.
Tom Nevers offers a retreat from the hustle and bustle of town and an alternative to the more touristy beaches. Nestled on the edge of many square miles of reservation it's easy to find yourself alone on the beach even in the middle of summer.
|Room type:||Entire home/apt|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Extra people:||No Charge|
|Minimum Stay:||7 nights|
|Weekly Price:||$3000 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$10000 /month|
|Check In:||12:00 PM (noon)|
|Check Out:||3:00 AM|
Karen is a fantastic host, and the house was basically perfect! It is extremely comfortable (the beds are great!), and well appointed. What I loved, is that you can walk out the door and go for a beautiful walk, and the most gorgeous beach is within walking distance. I got into a routine of waking up, walking, swimming, and walking back before breakfast. The house is beautiful with sweeping views, and Karen was so helpful and generous—she left us some goodies upon arrival and a lovely note. I highly recommend Karen and her gorgeous family home to everyone here on Airbnb. Nantucket is pretty pricey, but you can hang with the locals (I went to the wonderful Yoga Room, and Annye's Whole Foods, plus I went to the DUMP, which is like my favorite place because it is a "free-cycle" place. Bringing a bike is the way to go, and exploring the non-touristy places. I loved the Sanford Farm nature reserve; the cliff walk at Sconset, and the wonderful cafe called Fog Island Café....
Thanks to Karen, we were relaxed and comfortable during our week at her family home.... Oh, did I mention there is a sweet outdoor shower?