Union Street Inn Packages Showcase "Inn'sider" Secrets of Nantucket
Tis the season for Nantucket's Union Street Inn, a former whaling captain's home and Fodor's Choice selection three years running, to begin offering its absurdly charming brand of B&B lodging to nor'eastern visitors. New ways to see the area have been provided courtesy of the inn's Cisco Beach & Brew and the See Sisconset packages.
The first offer is for the kind of vacationer who's looking for real locals and real local flavors. The inn will take you to Cisco Beach on the west end of Nantucket's southern shore, which is known for remarkably soft sand and remarkably heavy swells. You'll get a voucher for lunch at Provisions, known for its sandwiches, and a certificate for Whale's Tale Pale Ale Beers from Cisco Brewers. Rates run from $199 per night during the week, and $229 on the weekend.
Both specials will set you up in a deluxe room done up with Frette linens, Matouk duvets, Fresh bath products, and WiFi on the house. And all twelve of the Union Street Inn's rooms come with something else you won't find at any other B&B on the island: a cooked-to-order breakfast. Play it deliciously safe with French toast made from local Challah bread, fresh berries and Vermont maple syrup, or go crazy like Captain Ahab and dig straight into the homemade carrot cake. Ishmael would approve...