Pineapple Inn

Address: 10 Hussey St, Nantucket, Massachusetts, 02554, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 10 Hussey St, Nantucket, is near Nantucket Atheneum, Actors' Theatre of Nantucket, Barrett's Tours, and Mitchell's Book Corner.
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      Travel Blogs from Nantucket

      Captivating Cape Cod

      A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Oct 19, 2014

      19 photos

      ... Beach & Nauset Lighthouse. If you notice in this photo the trees are still quite green, it was such a surprise to see after having driven through the fall colours of Maine, it appears Cape Cod is a few weeks behind the rest of the mainland!! There are lots of hiking trails throughout the Cape - we could easily spend 2 weeks here exploring. In 4 days we only did the National Park at the top of the peninsula, which for some reason ...

      Ferry to Martha's Vineyard

      A travel blog entry by orlandoanne on Oct 13, 2014

      19 photos

      ... day though windy and chilly on the boat. Martha's Vineyard, sometimes shortened to The Vineyard, is know as a summer colony for the rich and famous.

















      Our visit included a bus tour with Alfred, our driver/guide, around the island which is only 100 square miles. He was ...

      Plymouth, "America's Home Town," and Old Cape Cod

      A travel blog entry by orlandoanne on Oct 12, 2014

      10 photos

      ... the world."
      -quote from the burial monument on Cole's Hill, Plymouth, MA

      A sunny morning was so welcome! After a nice complimentary breakfast in Framingham we were once again on the road, this time to Plymouth. As we were heading southeast at highway speed, gazing through the bus windows as the sunlight shimmered through the trees, was like viewing spectacular autumn colors through a ...

      Day 2 Nantucket

      A travel blog entry by rafinmd on Jul 18, 2012

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      I don't think the seas overnight were as rough as we expected but I
      can't be sure. I was one of the last passengers in bed at 10:45 and
      slept very soundly, not even noticing when we left Cuttyhunk at 2AM. I
      slept until about 6 which is fairly late for me, and we dropped anchor
      in Nantucket harbor about 7.
      This is one of Blount's very few tender ports on the northern
      itineraries. The ship is really not equipped for tendering. We carry a
      small ...

      Nantucket: More than a rich man's getaway

      A travel blog entry by mchao on Aug 11, 2010

      16 photos

      ... before catching the ferry to Nantucket. Now Oak Bluffs has a shopping district centering around the ferry port and a bit in from the harbor. There are a few historical things to see at least, which surprisingly adds to the tourist feel. In the last century, Methodists came to the town to camp every summer. Around the tabernacle they constructed these tiny cottages for use year after year.

      You can see their gingerbread decorations from the outside and for a ...