Written by Cassie Shortsleeve July 01, 2016
Nantucket is practically a cliché of a New England vacation, with its luxurious gray-shingled homes and crushed shell driveways; private jets dotting a sleepy runway; and barrier beaches and dunes with bikes parked alongside. With summer comes the crowds, and certain realities (like college parties on Nobadeer Beach) are inevitable. But they’re also avoidable. To take advantage of new offerings like hip hotels infused with history and a just-opened culinary center, you must first navigate the island’s historic cobblestone streets, en route to a perfect weekend that isn’t a stereotype.
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