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The 43-room Jared Coffin House, built by and named for one of Nantucket’s original whaling captains, is the only Nantucket Island Resorts hotel that stays open year-round. The period antiques and reproductions help create that feeling of a bygone era. The building dates from the mid-19th century and has always been a lively part of the island. Set on a prime corner of Nantucket’s cobblestoned downtown, guests quickly get to know their way around as well as the locals do.
Land's End Inn is a tranquil bed and breakfast retreat offering luxurious accommodations that are unsurpassed. With an exceptional mix of nature and art, its landmark architecture, opulent views and gracious innkeepers, the New York Times called Land's End Inn "a lavishly decorated outpost atop the West End with extravagant views and gorgeous grounds."
Situated in glamorous seclusion on the northeast end of Nantucket, The Wauwinet is the island’s only Relais & Châteaux hotel. An adults-only escape, it is the stuff of storybook romance. Its grounds are beautifully landscaped, with unmatched views and access to two beaches – one on the ocean and one on the bay. The 33-room inn is a study in luxe comfort, from Pratesi linens to antique armoires and private sundecks. TOPPER’s, its New American cuisine restaurant, is consistently ranked one of the top in New England.
A collection of premier properties on Nantucket: The Wauwinet--the island’s only Relais & Châteaux property--has views of both the ocean and the bay, along with exclusive Spa by the Sea and award-winning dining at TOPPER’S. White Elephant, nestled along Nantucket harbor, offers luxurious rooms, suites, cottages, a spa and the island’s premier steak and seafood restaurant Brant Point Grill. White Elephant Hotel Residences, a new style of stay, offers a private residential experience perfect for friends and family. Jared Coffin House is an historic mansion in the center of town.
The White Elephant Village | Residences & Inn sits a bit down the street from the namesake hotel. Acclaimed designer Alexandra Champalimaud created a look of pure elegant New England, a summerhouse feel with broad porches, giant sofas and gas fireplaces in case of a chill in the air. Ideal for families and groups of friends, the one-, two-, and three-bedroom cottages each have touches that make one want to stay all summer – Sub-Zero refrigerators, panini-makers, and Royal Doulton china.