The choice of where to stay on Martha’s Vineyard is as diverse as the Island itself.
Take your pick: five star resort, rambling Victorian hotel by the sea, secluded hideaway with a view, bed and breakfast, funky motel on the harbor, rental estate, private bungalow, international youth hostel, campground and more.
If you want to be close to ferries, shopping, and nightlife, you’ll want to stay in one of the three “down-Island” towns: Oak Bluffs, Vineyard Haven, or Edgartown. Should you prefer a more pastoral setting, winding roads, and fewer crowds, head “up-Island” to West Tisbury, Chilmark (including Menemsha), or Aquinnah.
The Victorian InnThe Victorian Inn
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Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the Victorian Inn is a restored whaling captain’s home on South Water Street just off Main Street in historic Edgartown Village. The famous Pagoda Tree is directly across the street, one block above the harbor. Restaurants, town beaches, shopping, art galleries and the Martha’s Vineyard Museum are within easy walking distance.
Open Memorial Day weekend through Columbus Day weekend, the Victorian has 14 guest rooms with private baths, ceiling fans, air conditioning, antique furniture and period decor. Many rooms have canopy beds; several have a private deck or balcony and some overlook the English garden or have a view of the harbor and Chappaquiddick Island. A complimentary gourmet breakfast and afternoon tea are served each day in the garden, weather permitting, or fireside in the dining room. Wi-fi service and internet ports are available throughout the inn.
Open Memorial Day weekend through Columbus Day weekend, the Victorian Inn is a restored whaling captain’s home on South Water Street just off Main Street in historic Edgartown Village.