The craving for comfort food can strike at any time–including during your Nantucket weekend. Fuel up after your island exploring by feeding both body and soul. We’ve narrowed down the best spots to find delicious comfort food, ranging from Nantucket seafood to fun dessert.
If you’re coming to the island to explore its rich history, Nantucket’s Old Mill is one stop you won’t want to miss. Built over 250 years ago, the mill boasts culture, stories, and insight to life during a simpler time on Nantucket. Whether you take a self-guided tour or see it in action, you will love this little escape from Downtown Nantucket! Learn everything you need to know about visiting the Old Mill today!
Nantucket Wine and Food Festival is one of the the biggest island events of the year—and one of the most celebrated events of its kind in the world. This year, the event returns from May 18-22, 2022, bringing with it distinguished winemakers, chefs, sommeliers, and presenters from all around the world. It’s an epicurean celebration you don’t want to miss! Read on to discover everything you need to know about making the most of the Nantucket Wine and Food Festival 2022.
As you’re gearing up for your day of exploring Nantucket, you’ll need to charge up with a delicious hand-crafted caffeinated beverage. There’s an array of top-notch coffee shops and cafes around the island within close distance to Anchor Inn. Keep reading to learn about the best places for coffee on Nantucket.
Nantucket may be a tiny island only encompassing 105 miles, but the Atlantic beacon boasts some of the most diverse terrains in New England. Discover the sea-washed dunes of Madaket up to the towering cliffs of ‘Sconset. Whether you’re searching for the stillness of the sea or the bustling of downtown, there is something for everyone to explore on the island. Here’s a look at some of our favorite Nantucket neighborhoods.
Off the coast of Cape Cod, you’ll find the picturesque town of Nantucket. It’s known for its historic lighthouses, delicious scallops, fantastic whale watching, and more. Nantucket isn’t like all the other seaside towns around. For one, it’s an island, so it’s only accessible via ferry. Keep reading, and we’ll tell you everything you need to know about Nantucket ferries.
Nantucket is renowned for its long summer days and nostalgic beach getaways, but don’t be fooled—a little snow doesn’t damper a day on the cobblestone. We have everything you need to know about making the most of your winter visit to the island. Discover our five favorite things to do in Nantucket in February.
Anchor Inn invites you to stay with us and ring in the New Year on Nantucket! Summer might be the most popular time to visit our island, but when you stay here during the winter, you can enjoy scenic snowfalls, festive holiday lights, fun-filled events, and more! Keep reading to learn how you can celebrate New Year’s on Nantucket.
It doesn’t get much more picturesque than fall in Nantucket. From the crisp leaves on the cobblestone streets to the suddenly dormant beaches still yearning to be visited. September through November is said to be the local’s favorite season because foot traffic is light, and the weather is bright. Discover everything you need to know about visiting Nantucket in September.
July in Nantucket: It doesn’t get much better than that. From long days on the beach to classic July 4th celebrations, there’s a reason why so many people flock to the island in the middle of summer. Read on for our favorite things to do on Nantucket in July.