Welcome to Hull
A nature lover's dream and surfer’s paradise
Hull is a small peninsula on the edge of Massachusetts. With a population of 10,000, half of the town is privy to beautiful bayside views, while the other half is closer to Nantasket Beach. Living in Hull, Massachusetts, provides residents with a remote, suburban feel. While it provides seclusion from other cities, it is only twenty minutes away from Boston via commuter boat.
Hull is most known for being home to the popular resort community of Nantasket Beach and a perfect summer-home location. Hull has a variety of waterfront restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and parks along the peninsula. It's a cohesive environment where the residents take pride in quality. There are three highly-rated public schools in Hull, Massachusetts.
What to Love
- Nice beach and boardwalk
- Proximity to Boston
- Natural outdoor beauty and activities
- Perfect location for a summer home
- Close-knit community
Hull, Massachusetts, is a historically beautiful, friendly, seaside community surrounded by natural beauty. It's a surfer's paradise with surfboarding lessons, camps, and rentals available. The impact of nature, sunlight, and water are a few reasons why the residents are so happy and energetic. Hull has amenities that make it desirable for individuals and families looking to live here full-time or just during its peak season.
The peninsula is six miles long with great attractions and reliable public transportation. Residents near the Boston Harbor use the commuter boat to get to Boston and the airport. People on the other end usually drive along the coast. Shopping for groceries is a short 15-minute drive from Hingham.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Along the peninsula are adventurous accommodations for boating and sailing or relaxing on the beach. In Nantasket Beach, you can find high-quality seafood at Jake's Seafood Restaurant and Fish Market
. It's the area’s most revered seafood restaurant. All of their seafood, for the restaurant and the market, is purchased daily at Boston’s fish piers. Jake’s is famous for their fried clams, but the menu is full of great selections including steaks and pork chops.
To enjoy the oceanfront view from the rooftop, while dining on seafood, pasta, or a juicy burger, locals head to The Parrot
or Local 02045
. The Parrot has fabulous beach fare with fresh oysters and a charcuterie board with artisanal cheeses. They also have lobster rangoon with a pineapple chili sauce and duck confit poutine. How will you choose? At Local 02045, patrons have levels of seating options with a view of the shore. The local favorite is the baked haddock with a craft beer. California Underground Tacos and Bar is a fun and intimate, quick-casual restaurant with delicious drinks and fish tacos.
Things to Do
Hull, Massachusetts, is a treat for outdoor enthusiasts. The beach is enticing for many reasons, and there are options for hiking, cross country skiing, horseback riding, picnicking, and other nature-inspired activities.
The Paragon Boardwalk
serves delicious beach bites and house cocktails. They have an arcade for children and mini golf for the family. The Hull Art Walk
in the fall is an annual favorite. It's a friendly welcome to anyone that wants to embrace the coastal lifestyle and community of greater Boston's South Shore.