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First Look: Greydon House

Some thirty miles out to sea, on what Herman Melville dubbed “an elbow of sand,” the flat, windswept island of Nantucket has weathered a rich and legendary history. Originally home to Wampanoag Indian tribes, the island was settled in 1659 by the British and subsequently became the whaling capital of the world and a global trading post due to its advantageous position in the Atlantic. Today, Nantucket’s storied past is threaded throughout the sandy isle, but perhaps no hotel cherishes this heritage as much – or as stylishly – as the new Greydon House.

Related: New on Nantucket

Couch with sailboat paintings on wall above at Greydon House in Nantucket

Courtesy Douglas Friedman

– Kira Reinke on June 20, 2017

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