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With the introduction of the newly constructed Gate House which joins the Roberts House, Meeting House, and Manor House as the much anticipated final member of our family of inns, we can proudly say that, like Nantucket itself, the Roberts Collection has something for everyone.

Our guests can opt for the highest quality boutique hotel experience, value-oriented luxury, or anything in between—all centered around our one-of-a-kind courtyard that will make you forget you are right in the middle of all that Nantucket has to offer. Our diverse offering of rooms and suites make a perfect choice for couples, families, and groups of any size.

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Truly in the center of the Downtown Historic District, Nantucket's best restaurants and shops are all within a short stroll of our inns. And some island favorites are even closer than that! Enjoy fresh, organic juice from Lemon Press or sidewalk dining and people watching at Centre Street Bistro without even leaving the property!


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Past Meets Present

Nantucket has a certain charm that you will never forget. The island has managed to find the elusive balance between cherishing and respecting the past while embracing the present. Its stunning natural beauty and architectural style dating back to its roots as a 17th century whaling port combined with world-class dining and shopping have earned Nantucket the honor of being named the #1 Island in the World by National Geographic.

With three Houses built in the 1800s and equipped with modern-day amenities together with the painstakingly designed Gate House built in 2013, guests of the Roberts Collection will feel like a part of the island’s special history while enjoying their time on the island.

Events & Activities

April 28 - 30 Nantucket Daffodil Festival
May 17 - 21 Nantucket Wine Festival
May 26 - 29 Figawi (Sailboat) Race
June 5 - 11 Spring Restaurant Week
June 16 - 18 Nantucket Book Festival
June 21 - 26 Nantucket Film Festival
July 4 Independence Day Celebrations
Fireworks at Jetties Beach
July 7 - 9 Nantucket Yoga Festival
July 15 Nantucket Triathlon
July 12 - 15 Nantucket Comedy Festival
July TBA Sandcastle and Sculpture Day
Aug 12 Boston Pops at Jetties Beach
Aug 12 - 20 Nantucket Race Week
Aug 20 Opera House Cup Regatta
Sep 10 Nantucket Slam Fishing Tournament
Sep 25 - Oct 1 Fall Restaurant Week
Oct 7 Cranberry Festival
Oct - Mar Family Scalloping
Nov 24 - Jan 2 Nantucket Noel
Nov 22 - 26 Festival of Wreaths
Dec 1 - 3 Christmas Stroll
Dec 2 - 31 Festival of Trees

Common Questions

  • How do I get to Nantucket?

    There are two ways to get here: by plane or by boat. Depending on how much of a romantic you are or how much time you have, a wonderful prologue to your trip to Nantucket is traveling by boat. The Steamship Authority and Hy-Line Cruises are the boat lines offering service from Hyannis, Cape Cod, to Nantucket. If you decide to take a boat, we are just a short walk (approximately 5 minutes) from the docks.

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    • To reach Nantucket by car, you must drive to the Steamship Authority dock or Hy-line Cruises dock in Hyannis, MA. From Hyannis you must take a ferry boat.
  • I'm visiting Nantucket during the summer. What type of clothing should I bring?

    Nantucket can be cool in the evening during the summer. Pack a sweater or light outerwear. An umbrella or water resistant garment can also come in handy. For winter trips prepare for a strong, cold wind.

  • Do I need a car?

    We recommend you leave your car behind as parking is limited and everything is easily accessible by foot, bike, or shuttle buses during the summer. We are happy to provide complimentary bus passes to our guests.

  • Do I need to make ferry reservations in advance?

    Reservations are recommended for the high speed catamarans only. If you wish to bring a car, you will need to reserve a space well in advance.

  • Is there a dress code for the restaurants?

    Dress code is generally casual. One or two of the most formal restaurants require jackets for men at dinner. When making reservations, ask what attire the restaurant expects of its guests.

  • Where can I play golf when I visit?

    There are two public golf clubs on Nantucket, the Miacomet Golf Club (508) 325-6596 and the Sconset Golf Club (508) 257-6596. Sankaty Head Golf Club (508) 257-6391 is private but welcomes the public from October until June. The Nantucket Golf Club is open only to members and their guests.