This bed and breakfast, a Victorian gingerbread structure, has been welcoming visitors since the late 1800s. The property also includes the Iroquois Cottage and the Blue House, but the Main House was the first to open. The atmosphere is relaxed and guests are welcome to use the sitting room and backyard for peaceful activities. Each of the guest rooms features a private bath. The Inn is situated in charming Oak Bluffs within walking distance of the beach, restaurants, and shops. The inn is open from May through October, and rates vary according to the season.
12 Menemsha Inn Road P.O. Box 38 Menemsha, MA 02552
This luxury six-suite, nine-room, 12-cottage compound was established in 1923 among acres of flowers, trees and rolling hills. The property is in lovely Menemsha, just a short walk to the Menemsha Beach. Many guest rooms have a view of Vineyard Sound, Cuttyhunk Island and Gay Head Light. All are immaculate and adorned with beautiful pine furniture and the work of local artists. All facilities in the compound have private baths, daily maid service and local beach passes.
This upscale inn overlooking Menemsha Harbor is known for its beauty and comfort. Rooms are individually decorated and as beautiful as the individual flowers they are named for-the Daffodil Room, the Iris Room, the Hydrangea Room, etc. Each has a spectacular view and private bath, and is adorned with hand-painted furniture. Enjoy the Menemsha sunset on the private Lucy Vincent and Squibnocket beaches. Accommodations include the option of a room or private cottage. Complimentary breakfast is served in the award winning Beach Plum Inn Restaurant.
On the Vineyard, Edgartown is known for it's historic streets and spectacular harbor views. With it's rich history and picturesque setting, The Kelley House represents all that is great about historic Edgartown and puts you right in the center of the action. With four beautiful and distinctive houses to choose from adorned with authentic vineyard style furniture, The Kelley House offers something for everyone. The inn also offers children's programs and activities to keep the whole family involved! For the parents, some of the vineyards best dining is conveniently located such as The Water Street Restaurant in their sister property The Harbor View Hotel.
Edgartown in scenic Martha's Vineyard, has proved to be a popular vacation spot over the years thanks to its natural beauty. The Harbor View Hotel is a historic hotel in downtown Edgartown that has been a tourist and local favorite since 1891. This gorgeous hotel houses 130 elegant guest rooms and suites, a restaurant and bar as well as a heated outdoor swimming pool. Explore the hills, beaches, boutiques and charming towns and rest assured this comfortable abode is waiting for you with a warm welcome.
This luxurious and private oceanfront resort offers condos or private homes. The rentals sleep up to eight people and are perfect for families. Each includes a full living room, dining room, kitchen, washer and dryer. There is a one-week minimum stay. Private homes are more expensive. The resort offers family barbecues and New England clambakes. Baby-sitting service with evening activities for children is available between June and August. A tennis club and movie theater is also on-site.
Edgartown Inn has seen many changes since its construction in 1798. Several additions were made to assure modern day comforts, but the structure of the building and the charm remains. Feast on a full country breakfast indoors or outside among blooming flowers in the garden dining area. Rooms are tastefully decorated and include private and shared baths. Several noteworthy people have occupied guest rooms, including Nathaniel Hawthorne, Senator Charles Sumner and Senator John F. Kennedy.
"No effort will be spared to promote the comfort and pleasure of all guests," was the first advertisement run in the local paper when this inn opened for business in 1911. The effort and hospitality continue today. Located in the heart of Edgartown, the inn is within walking distance of the beach, shops and restaurants. The tastefully appointed guest rooms feature private baths. Several rooms enjoy a spectacular view of the harbor, as does the rooftop veranda.
Set on a quiet street in historic Edgartown, this home was built in 1860 for the owner of a whaling company. Now, it is one of the island's most tasteful and meticulously maintained and decorated inns. Each of the 25 rooms is adorned with mahogany furniture, lush fabrics and brass lamps. Guests are welcome to enjoy tea and cocktails in the common room or take a leisurely stroll through the garden and courtyard. The excellent in-house restaurant, L'Etoile, is open for dinner and Sunday brunch. Keep in mind, no children under 14.
In the mid 1800s, Jonathan Munroe lived here with his family and entertained guests in a grand fashion. Today the home has become a popular inn. It is fully equipped with the necessary modern amenities, but maintains the charm of days past. Several rooms have a fireplace and all include a private bath. A gourmet feast is served every morning and wine or tea is available in the evening.
Located among the infamous gingerbread cottages of historic Oak Bluffs,
The Pequot Hotel is a great example of classic vineyard accommodations. Picture yourself lounging in the wooden rocking chairs out front, munching on homemade muffins in the morning or ...
In the heart of Vineyard Haven you can discover this
inviting inn only blocks from the ferry, shopping, and several restaurants. The rooms have a romantic Victorian decor. Each includes a private bath, refrigerator and cable television. Open year ...
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. ...