Massachusetts Marthas Vineyard Bed and Breakfast Inns
1
Tivoli Inn, Martha's Vineyard
— Oak Bluffs, MA
Escape to the island charm of this... Read More
$125 - $275
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Hanover House at Twin Oaks
— Vineyard Haven, MA
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$99 - $285

Massachusetts Marthas Vineyard Bed & Breakfast Inns

This quaint island has only six towns and is accessible only via sea or air. Direct flights are available from Boston, Providence, New York City, and Washington, DC. Most visitors arrive via ferry from Cape Cod. The Vineyard is home to the nation's oldest platform carousel. The Flying Horses Carousel (mvpreservation.org/p.php/preservation/community/…) was originally located on Coney Island and was moved to Oak Bluffs in 1884. According to lighthouse enthusiasts, the five lighthouses on the island represent the most diverse group in a small, contained area in the country. Visitors can enjoy fantastic views from the Edgartown Lighthouse, East Chop Lighthouse, and Gay Head Lighthouse (mvmuseum.org/…). While they are unfortunately not edible, Oak Bluffs has many gingerbread houses so named because of their fanciful trim, bright colors, stained glass, and turrets. Beachgoers will be happy to find that 14 of the 19 scenic beaches are open to the public (mvy.com/Visitor_Information/…). The island is a fisherman's paradise. Bluefish, striped bass, bonito, false albacore, and Spanish mackerel can all be caught directly from shore. Boat charters are available for anyone hoping to catch a white marlin, yellowfin tuna, or shark. No malls or chain stores here, instead shoppers can find pleasure in the whimsical gifts they find at boutique shops.

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