Martha’s Vineyard is made up of several different distinct towns that all have a totally different vibe and offer a unique experience. It is one of the charms of the island.
Located on the northernmost tip of Martha's Vineyard closest to the mainland, Vineyard Haven feels like an old port town with a bit of an industrial touch. The true roots of the Town. Vineyard Haven offers great restaurants, shopping, and is a blast to visit in the early morning hours and midday.
Located just east of Vineyard Haven, Oak Bluffs is home to the oldest carousel in the country and famous gingerbread houses. It is a busy harbor with ferries and boat traffic running in and out and sprawling lawns overlooking the ocean at sunset. It is a great spot for sunsets, dinner, and partying at night.
On the eastern end of Martha's Vineyard, Edgartown is comprised of a well protected harbor, quiet roads, and well manicured yards. It is a hotspot for dining and nightlife and provides access to some of the best kiteboarding on the island.
On the Southwestern corner of Martha’s Vineyard, Menemsha is a quiet fishing town that offers the best sunsets around and unbelievably good seafood as you relax by the beach.
The Harborview Hotel edgartown
Newly renovated and tucked in right on the waterfront in Edgartown The Harborview is a high end option that is both beautiful and convenient.
The Winnetu Hotel edgartown
Located next to Katama Bay on the South Shore, The Winnetu offers impeccable service and quick access to some of the most beautiful beaches on the island.
The Summercamp Hotel oak bluffs
Tucked right on the waterfront on the harbor in OB and minutes walk from nightlife The Summercamp is a historic hotel and great place to stay.
The Narragansett House oak bluffs
Stay in a Gingerbread House! The Narragansett offers a taste of old school Island charm close to the action in Oak Bluffs.
The Mansion House vineyard haven
With water views and prime access to all of Vineyard Haven, this is where you want to stay if you’re going to be staying on this part of the island.