Unofficially marking the end of summer, Labor Day weekend takes place Friday, September 3 - Monday, September 6, 2021. Spend your weekend in Nantucket.
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Use our guide to help your Nantucket trip planning. No matter what time of the year you're visiting, Nantucket is host to famed events, world-class restaurants, boutique shopping, stunning beaches, and so much more. Plan your Nantucket vacation with The Copley Group Nantucket. Contact us today to help you plan the perfect vacation to Nantucket.
Getting out on the water is a must while you're visiting Nantucket, from the vast Atlantic Ocean to the small inland ponds throughout the island.
The annual Daffodil Festival isn't taking place in Nantucket this spring, but it's still possible to ring in the season with some of the same activities.
Spring is much quieter on the island than the summertime, but there is still plenty of things to do and see on your Nantucket vacation. Secure your stay at one of our luxury Nantucket rentals this spring.
With travel limited in 2020, there's no better time than now to plan your vacation for the upcoming year. Kick 2021 off on the right foot with a vacation to Nantucket in the books.
Whether you're looking for an inspirational place to work or a destination for hands-on learning, Nantucket has a lot to offer. Enjoy Nantucket's beautiful landscape, historic attractions, rich culture, and more.
Fall is a magical time to visit Nantucket. Temperatures hover between 60 and 50 degrees, and the island begins to transform into a colorful landscape of fall foliage.
If you're visiting Nantucket, we've put together some of our favorite ways to enjoy the island while still being safe and practicing social distancing.
If you're like us, a vacation isn't complete without your entire family...and that includes your four-legged friends. The Copley Group Nantucket recently opened up two of our rental homes to be pet-friendly so you can truly feel at home while you're away.
Nantucket in spring is quiet and calm, but there is still plenty to do as museums, restaurants, shops, and other local businesses open their doors.