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Point Way Inn , a lovingly renovated, splendid 1851 Greek Revival sea captain's home, blends traditional New England with contemporary atmosphere and decor for the perfect combination of serenity and convenience. Our garden setting is in the historic center of romantic Edgartown, where you can experience the spirit that is Martha's Vineyard.... more
Nestled among spacious lawns, cozy hammocks, and apple trees, the Ashley Inn offers an attractive 1800's sea captain's home with country charm. Conveniently located on Edgartown's historic Main Street, the Inn is a leisurely stroll to shops, beaches, and fine food.... more
Situated on lovely South Water Street on Martha's Vineyard where many sea captains built their mansions, the Victorian Inn maintains the tradition and charm that placed it on the National Register of Historic Places. Its ideal location is one block above the town dock and harbor; just a short stroll to many fine restaurants, quaint shops, museums... more
The gracious Harbor View Hotel lies at lands end, overlooking the Edgartown Lighthouse and Chappaquiddick Island. Framed by historic homes of 19th century whaling captains and stately elm trees, the Harbor View is an example of the enduring heritage of Martha's Vineyard. A landmark since 1891, the hotel's sprawling verandas are lined with rocking... more
Located in the heart of Edgartown, on the beautiful Island of Martha's Vineyard the Tuscany Inn (formerly the Captain Fisher House) stands majestically, overlooking the Edgartown Harbor. The specialty of the Inn is cooking weekends where Tuscan cooking is taught by the owner and chef.... more
Sandcastle Vacation Homes are sprinkled throughout the beautiful island of Martha’s Vineyard. They offer hundreds of rentals, ranging in size up to ten bedrooms and located on the island in Vineyard Haven, Oak Bluffs and more. These rentals have a large selection of amenities available including gas and wood fireplaces, Jacuzzi/hot tubs, pools... more
Descend the ferry and walk the waterfront to Edgartown Lodge, an older era inn in downtown Edgartown right next to public transportation, Cappy ferry, and all area restaurants. Eight rooms tinted a bright powder blue and two airy, one bedroom suites are designed for your comfortable and colorful Martha’s Vineyard island-away vacation!... more
The historic Edgartown Inn has been serving the famous and not-so-famous visitors to Martha's Vineyard since 1789. The Inn is centrally located in the heart of Edgartown, convenient to shops, restaurants, churches, the Yacht Club and harbor. Minutes away by foot is the white sand beach by the old lighthouse, and for real surf bathing, South Beach... more
The Arbor Inn is strategically located in Edgartown on Martha's Vineyard just a short stroll to the village shops, fine restaurants and the never ending action of the bustling harbor. The bike path to town or beach goes right by the front door, as well as the old fashioned trolley which will stop at the wave of an arm.... more
The Colonial Inn, located in the center of Edgartown is only minutes from the beach, the historic harbor, elegant shopping establishments, and fine dining. Many of the historic Inn's rooms have exceptional views of the water, as does the roof veranda, a popular retreat of guests. Among the guests, over the years, have been Howard Hughes and... more
The Harborside Inn is Martha's Vineyard's only waterfront resort. Composed of seven buildings, most of which served as home to whaling captains, each faces the beauty of Edgartown Harbor. With amenities including sauna, whirlpool, dockside heated pool and boat dockage, The Harborside allows for enjoying the charm of the island in modern comfort..... more
Experience authentic, upscale New England at the Winnetu Oceanside Resort on Martha's Vineyard. Steeped in centuries-old history, this charming East Coast resort – once a WWII naval air and sea base and the site of a 1800s railroad beach stop – has grown to be a modern day escape from the hectic mainland. Located on the largest New England... more