Winter on Nantucket is calm, cozy, and romantic. It’s when the Little Grey Lady turns back to it’s laid-back, small-town roots. It’s exquisitely peaceful and scenic with it’s snow covered streets, twinkling street lights, and the smell of warm log fires. The perfect setting to relax, recharge, and revitalize.
The Jared Coffin House pictured above is located at 29 Broad Street, just a short walk from the ferry and located in the midst of Downtown’s historic district. This refined luxury inn is set in a restored brick Victorian home built in 1886. The individually decorated period rooms are furnished with antiques, and have private bathrooms and free WiFi. Children 10 and older are welcome. Free perks include morning coffee and pastries, afternoon snacks, beach chairs and towels, and parking. A relaxed steakhouse is on-site. Guests also get access to the spa at the White Elephant Hotel, a sister property that’s 0.4 miles away.
The serenity of Nantucket in winter is incredible and provides the ideal setting for experiencing the essence of Nantucket. Restaurants and shops are blissfully less crowded and lodging prices are reasonable. Click here to see where to stay for your winter escape to Nantucket.
Photo credit: heartofnantucket.com