Celebrating Spring Awakening with Daffodil Weekend

A true Nantucket tradition, the 45th Annual Chamber Daffodil Festival will take place throughout the island April 26-28, 2019. Now is the time to book your stay at Hotel Pippa, located steps from downtown Nantucket and all the excitement of the flower festival.

Winter Weekend on Nantucket

There are countless reasons to plan a winter weekend on Nantucket – the winter season is the perfect time to fully unplug, enjoy the snow-covered streets, stroll the island’s empty yet stunning beaches and pay a visit to the many businesses open year-round. With daily flights on Cape Air and ferries running from/to Hyannis multiple times a day, the island is easily accessible yet peacefully quiet and exceptionally affordable.

A Time-Honored Tradition – Christmas Stroll on Nantucket

There is no better way to get into the holiday spirit than to book a trip to Nantucket for Christmas Stroll. Now in its 45th year, the special weekend brings a uniquely festive atmosphere to the island from November 30 to December 2. It is also the perfect occasion to create memories that will last a lifetime… and get a head start on holiday shopping in a merry environment.

Thanksgiving and Christmas Tree Lighting

Off-Season Nantucket is truly special. The island is a haven of relaxation and peace for anyone looking to get away for a few days. Think peaceful beach walks, art gallery strolls, delicious intimate meals at award-winning restaurants and shopping at a less frenetic pace.

Exploring Nantucket Beaches

One of the “Best Islands in the World,” Nantucket is dubbed The Faraway Land and known the world over for its charming cobblestone streets, rich history, beautiful gardens and rugged nature. The heart of Nantucket is idyllic Main Street, a beautiful thoroughfare where remarkably preserved 18th and 19th-century architecture coexists, along with shady streets and walking paths, shops, galleries, museums, theaters, bed & breakfasts, and restaurants.