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The Jared Coffin House

Nantucket, MA
Visitors seeking a cultural experience of Nantucket, rather than just sun, sand and sailboats, will find no better way to immerse themselves in the island’s history than staying in one of its most historic hotels.
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Visitors seeking a cultural experience of Nantucket, rather than just sun, sand, and sailboats, will find no better way to immerse themselves in the island’s history than staying in one of its most historic hotels: The Jared Coffin House.

Only blocks from the harbor and surrounded by the town’s restaurants, shopping and museums, the Jared Coffin House occupies a special place both in the town’s landscape and its history. The first mansion built on Nantucket, the main house was built in 1845 as a private family home by one of the island’s wealthiest ship owners. Today, the full property includes the main house and two others—the Harrison Gray and Daniel Webster Houses—as well as manicured gardens and a street-side patio.

Inside, newly renovated rooms reflect the characters of the houses they occupy while incorporating all the luxuries and amenities required by modern clientele. Enjoy the fine weather of September’s Indian Summer in the hotel’s garden, or don a cozy sweater to watch the changing foliage in October. You can also come during summer’s high season to see Nantucket at its most energetic and vibrant time of year. Whenever you choose to relish Nantucket’s rich living history, Jared Coffin House is the perfect place to enjoy it.

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