Ever wondered what goes on behind the crisp navy and white decor at 76 Main? One of our general managers talks about what drew him to hotel life.
What better to way to celebrate summer than with dinner and drinks en plein air?
Lark locales are full throttle in the summer, and we think there's no better way to celebrate the balmy weather than by wining and dining al fresco.
There are many reasons to enjoy our Nantucket boutique hotel and it's unbeatable island charm in June and early July.
Main Street, Nantucket. The toniest address on the island. And, with owners, Bruce A. Percely and Elisabeth Schadae, we’re renovating and opening the only hotel in this iconic, heart-of-town location.
We’re thrilled to announce an exciting extension of our partnership with the lifestyle clothier (and official Lark Hotels outfitter), vineyard vines.
Starting with the fabulous Nantucket Daffodil Festival this weekend and continuing with the Nantucket Wine Festival in May, the season of festivals is kicking into high gear on the island.
It's almost August and the island and our Nantucket hotel are hopping.
Is it the second half of August already?
When the temps creep up, nothing beats a creamy mound of deliciousness -- tasting great and melting down your arm.
What better way is there to shake off the last shivers of a long winter than by decorating yourself and every object in sight with springtime’s most cheerful mascot—The Daffodil—and parading around with hundreds of fellow revelers who are also covered in daffodils?
Lark Hotels are located in iconic New England villages and cities, and there is a great reason for that.
We're big on quotes here at our Nantucket hotel. Supposedly, Benjamin Franklin once said, “Wine is constant proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.”
Daydreaming about a visit to our Nantucket hotel is sure to evoke images of glittering sun-kissed seascapes, dappled cobblestone streets and perhaps even the lingering scent of sunscreen on the air.
It’s August. You’ve been at the beach all day. Your hair is doing that great (or not-so-great) wild beachy thing, your arms are tan, you’ve got sand between your toes, and you sometimes have to ask other adults what day of the week it is.
To appreciate just how seamlessly the maritime history of Nantucket is woven throughout island living today, spend a little time dialing into the history of two of Nantucket's most iconic items: Nantucket Reds and Lightship Baskets.
Ahoy there world travelers, arts & culture aficionados, movie mavens, stargazers and anyone who loves designer boutique hotels and summertime in New England:
Despite our Nantucket hotel's idyllic setting as a popular New England getaway destination, the island's fame also includes a treacherous side: in recorded history, its shifting shoals have caused more than 700 shipwrecks!
One of the natural gems of Nantucket is the Coskata-Coatue wildlife refuge.
That Nantucket is on nearly every “best of” summer list comes as no surprise, but did you know that this diminutive island is an equally compelling destination in the spring?
While Nantucket swells to max capacity in the heat of the summer, locals know that the spring on the island bristles with the energy of renewal and offers the benefit of extra elbow room.
When we hit the road for vacation, it's such a treat to tuck into breakfast made by someone else.
Our stomachs have confirmed what doctors have long suggested - that eating breakfast is good for your health and vacation state-of-mind.
Nantucket is an iconic New England destination that beckons visitors year round to get their fill of sun, sea, and small town charm.
One of the many perks of heading out on a lark is handing over the breakfast duties to someone else.
For a small island, Nantucket is home to an acclaimed brewery, vineyard, and distillery – all in one place!
With fresh, salty air from shore to shore, this diminutive island can easily be explored by foot, bike, or 4-wheel drive vehicle.
Nothing says summertime on Nantucket like a breezy cocktail, best enjoyed in our courtyard oasis of flora and flagstone.
While Lark destinations are as diverse as the hotels themselves, there is one constant - the sound of music.
Whether your compass is pointed in the direction of Portsmouth or Portland, Narragansett or Nantucket, you can always travel in style.