Know what to expect when sailing to Nantucket Island.

Allow a Pleasant Holiday Vacation on the Island of Nantucket

Nantucket has always been a favorite summer destination by locals and foreigners alike, and this piece of fact is seen when its number of residents rockets to five times its original population during the hot months of the year.

From its appealing history, calm harbors, pretty gardens and old-world manors to its impressive cliffs, historic lighthouses and powdery strips, there’s certainly something for everyone in this part of the US.

Even Chris Leadbeater, a staff writer of Daily Mail UK Travel, fell to the charms of Nantucket during his most recent visit to the island (“A Perfect Pocket of Americana: Nature and Nostalgia in New England’s Nantucket”). Here’s a quick snippet of his travel article:

Brant Point Grill, meanwhile, is a fine prospect for breakfast. When I take a seat at a window table overlooking the marina, I’m confronted by a menu that includes the Billionaire Benedict, a decadent banquet of champagne-poached eggs, filet mignon steaks, lobster claw, caviar, pancakes and muffins that would surely defeat the hungriest of sailors… At £61 per person, it may also defeat a few wallets… At the Club Car bar, visitors sup cocktails in a restored train carriage — a romantic remnant of the Nantucket Railroad that ran from the town to Siasconset (at the south-east corner of the island) in the late 19th century… And at the Nantucket Pharmacy, I’m able to jump onto a metal stool next to a long counter and order a tall ice-cream float (for £3) as if it’s still the Fifties.

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