This 19th-century Gothic Revival home is the ideal setting for a relaxing vacation. Formerly the country home of the innkeeper's grandparents, it has been welcoming guests for decades. Memorable visitors have included Senator John F. Kennedy in 1947. The guestrooms, each with a private bath, are adorned with treasured antiques, luxurious bedding and bouquets of fresh flowers. A full farm breakfast cooked to order is served in the Main Street dining room. Afternoon tea with homemade scones is served daily. Children over 12 are welcome. Rates vary by the season.
Offering a lovely location adjacent to South Beach, this suite resort caters to both family and corporate groups. The smaller suites sleep two adults and two children while the larger suites can sleep up to six adults. The lovely grounds include a heated outdoor pool as well as a landscaped rock garden, complete with a waterfall and pond. Nearby are the sister Mattakessett Properties, condominiums that rent by the week.
This motel may not have the history of many of its neighbors; it was built in 1985 and recently refurbished; but it has a convenient location and the necessary amenities. Plus, the guest rooms are clean and comfortable, which is to be expected of motels in the Clarion chain. The motel offers something that is difficult to find at many inns on the island; children are not only welcome, they stay for free. Another great service is the 24-hour assistance from a friendly front desk clerk. Unlike many places that close down for the winter, the Heritage is open year-round.
The history of The Arbor House is a bit of a mystery. Some say it was brought to the island on a barge, some say oxen pulled it across frozen Katama Bay. One thing can be agreed upon by all who visit; it is one of the island's most beautiful inns. Rooms, each with a private bath, are decorated with antiques and vintage furniture. Enjoy breakfast by the fire in the dining room or during warmer months, outdoors in the tea garden. A bike path a few steps from the front door leads to the lovely shops, restaurants and beaches of Edgartown. Rates vary with the season.
Awarded the annual "Best of Award" by Cape Cod Life many times over, this bed and breakfast is a cut above the rest. The restored whaling captain's home was constructed in 1820 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The bed and breakfast has large rooms adorned with family furniture and antiques. A four-course breakfast is served in the breakfast room or, weather permitting, in the inn's English garden. A vase of fresh flowers can be found in every room along with a decanter of sherry.
This circa 1800 home sits among apple trees and a spacious garden. Once a sea captain's home, today the Inn pampers island visitors with country charm and hospitality. The bed and breakfast is in the heart of Edgartown and a leisurely walk to the busy shops, restaurants and local beaches. Each room includes antique furnishings and Laura Ashley designs. Several guestrooms have a fireplace and whirlpool, but all include a private bath. Children over 10 years of age are welcome. Rates vary with the season.
Located in historic Edgartown, The Harborside is a resort with historic charm and contemporary accommodations. The guest rooms, in buildings once inhabited by 19th-century whaling captains, have been fitted with modern amenities. Each room is elegantly designed and includes a private bath. Several rooms have a veranda overlooking a dockside pool. You can step out your door and stroll down picturesque lanes to fine shops, restaurants and other attractions. The resort opens in mid-April and closes mid-November. Rates vary with the season.
Antiques and reproductions furnish this elegant country inn creating a formal, yet still relaxed atmosphere. The main building, a 1918 Craftsman bungalow, was originally a guest house on the estate. The original house is now privately owned. Guests are welcome to stroll around the three acres of grounds surrounding the inn. All rooms have a private bath, air conditioning and many other amenities; fireplaces, canopy beds, mini-refrigerators and daily newspaper deliver. Several rooms have fireplaces; others have whirlpools or hot tubs. A full breakfast is served, or guests can have breakfast in bed. Afternoon tea is served daily. Rates vary seasonally.
It seems that everything on the island of Martha's Vineyard is overdone and extravagant. The islands only campground is no exception. The grounds offer such amenities as restrooms, a laundromat, recreation hall, store and playground. The spacious sites include picnic tables, fireplaces and hookups for tents and RVs (recreational vehicles). Electricity at 30 amps, water and sewage services are offered. The season runs from May through October.
This 1720s house is built in Gunstock-style architecture and surrounded by beautiful gardens. The inn opened a decade ago to accommodate island travelers. The spacious rooms have a simple yet elegant decor and private bathrooms. A full breakfast and afternoon beverages are served daily. In addition to room rentals, the entire house is available for rent. A manager remains on site for light housekeeping duties and to prepare breakfast.
The Dockside Inn motto is "We are going to spoil
you" and they do. The gingerbread style inn, built in the 1800s, is equipped with modern amenities and an accommodating staff. Each room, with charming Victorian decor, has a ...
Lambert's Cove Country Inn is a delightful bed and breakfast,
originally built as a farmhouse in 1790, and is situated among acres of green grass, fragrant flowers, trees and meadowlands in West Tisbury. Guests are welcome to relax in ...
Located in the quaint town of Vineyard Haven, this country
style bed and breakfast provides a peaceful setting with the necessary amenities. The innkeepers, Tom Richardson and Teri Cook, welcome you to relax and make their home your home. ...