Iconic Hotels To Stay At On Nantucket
The White Elephant Resorts offers four of the most iconic hotels on Nantucket. From a three-story old mansion known as the Jared Coffin House to The Cottages At The Boat Basin located right in the heart of downtown Nantucket. Additionally, the White Elephant Resorts offers luxury cottages with harbor views at the White Elephant, as well as scenic views from the other side of the harbor at The Wauwinet. You can’t go wrong with any location you decide to stay at. From hotels to resorts and marinas any destination you pick will offer a unique experience you are sure to love. The New England charm of historic Nantucket Island will rub off on you no matter what location you decide.
Jared Coffin House
This old three-story mansion was built by Jared Coffin himself. Mr. Coffin was one of the most successful shipbuilders during the successful whaling days on Nantucket. No to mention, this mansion was built right in the center of town and was one of the first-ever mansions built on the island in 1845. Today it is a charming hotel with lots of history and brings together Nantucket’s past and present.
The Cottages At The Nantucket Boat Basin
Not only do The Cottages at the Boat Basin offer scenic harbor views but it is also a full-service marina. The Nantucket Boat Basin offers slips for yacht captains, sailors, and anglers. If you are looking to come to the island on your own boat and dock right in front of your cottage, this is the perfect resort for you. Although you don’t have a boat to stay here. This pet-friendly waterfront resort offers cottages and lofts with decks, full kitchens, free wifi, complimentary bicycles, and not to mention a beach bus! You will not be disappointed with the front-row view of the island’s natural wonder!
Home to the iconic White Elephant, this resort is known as the finest luxury hotel on Nantucket Island. Additionally, this waterfront location, edging the harbor offers chic rooms and spacious suites. Not to mention, garden cottages, residences, and downtown lofts with lots of natural lighting. Here you will truly experience the beauty of Nantucket Island.
If you are looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Nantucket, this is the place for you. This historic inn was named after the chief of the Indian tribe that once inhabited the eastern side of the Island. The Wauwinet offers scenic views of Nantucket’s harbor including charming rooms and cottages with personalized service. Not to mention, surrounding the property is the Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge. The native beauty of this nature preserve encompasses miles of beaches leading you to Great Point Light House.