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There are a number of accommodations on Travelocity to select from when it's time to start organizing your time in Vineyard Haven. If you are dreaming about roaming in Vineyard Haven, Travelocity features no less than 14 great accommodations within a short drive of the downtown area.
There are a handful of Travelocity-listed accommodation options found within a drive from Vineyard Haven's downtown, including the Mansion House Inn And Spa and Harbor Landing.
The Thorncroft Inn is located 4 miles (7 kilometers) from the middle of Vineyard Haven. Another alternative is the Sea Crest Beach Hotel, which can be found about 15 miles (23 kilometers) away. Alternative hotels include the Harbor View Hotel and the The Island Inn.
After you've learned about Vineyard Haven, how about you discover a little bit more of the region? The Eastern Massachusetts region has a number of things to look at. Photograph Eastern Massachusetts's coastal plains. While you're at it, spend time at some of its churches, art museums and history museums. Sporty travelers may also enjoy snowboarding in the area.
Edgartown is 7 miles (11 kilometers) east of Vineyard Haven and is where you'll find South Beach and State Beach. The Clarion Inn Martha's Vineyard and Kelley House are a handful of the great apartment and hotel options in Edgartown. 4 miles (7 kilometers) northeast of Vineyard Haven, is Oak Bluffs, which boasts the Martha's Vineyard Resort and Summercamp. The Ocean Park and Farm Neck Golf Club are a couple of the frequented sites to discover for those visiting Oak Bluffs.
Ensure yourself a serving of local sport by making the journey to Gillette Stadium, which you will find 55 miles (91 kilometers) to the northwest of Vineyard Haven. Sports fans wanting to sleep in the area around the stadium can choose from the Renaissance Boston Patriot Place Hotel or the Econo Lodge Sharon.
Before you and your family venture to Vineyard Haven, why not browse Travelocity's Vineyard Haven hotel and travel page where you'll be able to find the inside scoop on all the scenic attractions on offer.
Welcome to our Martha's Vineyard hotel! We offer Edgartown's most centrally located luxury accommodations at an affordable rate. Overlooking Edgartown harbor and the historic waterfront district, Vineyard Square Hotel & Suites is just steps from world-class shopping and dining in downtown Edgartown, Massachusetts. Gather on our spacious front porch for conversations with guests and staff, or just sit back and watch Edgartown go by.
Come visit and discover a mixture of “beach modern” style and warmth; an unexpected blend of history, popular art, spa services, harbor views and exceptional, upscale cuisine. A delightfully unique experience among Edgartown hotels, this historic island inn and gathering place has served as popular retreat for affordable Martha's Vineyard vacations since it first opened as the Colonial Inn in 1911.
THE VINEYARD SQUARE HOTEL & SUITES EXPERIENCE
Martha's Vineyard shines in every season, and Edgartown is the island's cultural heart. We call our Edgartown hotel Getaway Central because you'll be staying in the heart of the town, poised to explore the best things to do and see on Martha's Vineyard. Around our Edgartown hotel, you'll find clean, modern rooms and luxury suites, house-baked breakfasts, bright lounge areas, and a friendlily staff that's always eager to connect with hotel guests.
When you‘re ready, book your Edgartown hotel reservation directly through this site for exceptional rates. After choosing your ideal room type and preferred dates, our concierge can assist you with all your reservation needs for dinner, spa treatments, and other activities — all you need to do is give us a call.
Vineyard Haven (MA) hotels and places to stay
What are the most popular cheap hotels in Vineyard Haven?
More than 34 reviews of Booked.net guests will help you to select the best budget property in Vineyard Haven. One of the best budget hotels is Charles And Charles Mv rated 8.0/10 at the cost of 320US$ per night, offering a golf course, a seasonal outdoor pool and hiking. Another recommended hotel is The 1720 House with rating 8.8/10 at the cost of 280US$ per night. It offers climate control, cable channels and a fireplace in the rooms. Click here to see more budget hotels.
Which Vineyard Haven hotels not far from Vineyard Haven Public Library are the best?
To be not far from Vineyard Haven Public Library, stay at Charles And Charles Mv (rating: 8.0/10), which is only a 15-minute walk from the attraction and offers a golf course, a seasonal outdoor pool and hiking. Guests can enjoy American meals at Mocha Mott's restaurant nearby. For more suitable options go here.
Places to Stay on Martha's Vineyard
Hotels/Motels B&Bs Camping/Hostel Rental Homes
Martha’s Vineyard has a plethora of accommodations to choose from and a price range for everyone. Everything from luxury hotels, resorts, BnBs and motels to more affordable accommodations. Bringing your family and friends with you, why not rent a home. Choose a view - town views, sea views, lighthouse views, country views or beach views.
We have large luxury hotels that will give you an amenity filled hotel experience. If you prefer a small bed and breakfast for a more personal touch with innkeeper-made breakfast and afternoon tea, you can compleely customize your stay on the Island.
The Vineyard is divided into 3 down-Island towns and 3 up-Island towns, 6 towns in total. Down Island we have Vineyard Haven, Oak Bluffs and Edgartown. Up-Island we have West Tisbury, Chilmark and Aquinnah.
From either the ferries that come into Vineyard Haven or Oak Bluffs, the 3 down-Island towns are not more than a short taxi ride away. You can almost walk to any accommodation if you arrive in Oak Bluffs on a ferry or Vineyard Haven or Edgartown by ferry.
The up-Island accommodations, you will need a cab or Uber to get to unless, of course, you have your own car.
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Seven Miles Off the Coast of Massachusetts
Surrounded by miles of beaches in the storybook village of Edgartown, Harbor View Hotel captures the essence of the Great American Summer. Just 7 miles off the coast of Massachusetts, the exclusive 117-room resort provides guests with the perfect Martha’s Vineyard vacation oasis – undeniably, in the best
locale of the island – highlighted by top tier dining and breathtaking views of the Edgartown Harbor. Our iconic hotel is only steps away from boutiques, art galleries, beaches and sunset cruises. The right location = a beacon of luxury.
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Committed to the future as it is proud of its past
Celebrating 130 Years
For more than a century, the Harbor View Hotel famously welcomed and captivated guests from around the world.
Faithfully Restored. Beautifully Redesigned.
Our extensive restoration establishes Harbor View Hotel as the ultimate Martha’s Vineyard resort. Chaise lounges and canvas totes: History and tradition. Smart rooms and martinis: renovation and renaissance. With 130 years behind it, the iconic Harbor View Hotel is restored and redesigned.
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Favorite Martha’s Vineyard Hotels
Over the past several decades, Martha’s Vineyard has become a summer playground for politicians (the Obamas and Clintons) and celebrities (is that Larry David?). But it also continues to be a destination for the rest of us. Ready for an island getaway and wondering where to find the best places to stay on Martha’s Vineyard? Read on for a selection of our favorite Martha’s Vineyard hotels, inns, and B&Bs.
Summercamp in Oak Bluffs | Favorite Martha’s Vineyard Hotels
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Martha’s Vineyard Hotels: Edgartown
Harbor View Hotel
A sunrise over busy Edgartown Harbor and its charming lighthouse is quite a sight to be seen from the Harbor View Hotel’s large wraparound porch. The hotel occupies almost an entire block with its huge main building, dining areas, luxury cottages, and amenities such as the heated outdoor pool and gym. The Harbor View Hotel is just a short walk from the main streets of Edgartown, where you’ll find restaurants, galleries, and shops galore.
Harbor View Hotel in Edgartown | Favorite Martha’s Vineyard Hotels
The Charlotte Inn
No detail is overlooked in this, Edgartown’s enclave of Edwardian stateliness. Framed with gardens, fountains, and sculpture, the inn’s interior is pure English country fantasy. Understated luxury pervades, from the library’s leather club chairs and pastoral oil paintings to the suites’ Frette linens and impeccable period furniture. If you ever manage to leave your room, the inn’s restaurant serves beautiful food (local lobster with saffron sherry sauce, for one) that’s as magical as the rest of the place.
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Martha’s Vineyard Hotels: Vineyard Haven
Mansion House is conveniently located right at the end of Vineyard Haven’s lively Main Street, where restaurants and boutiques abound. Fantastic eateries and shops are just minutes away, as is the Vineyard Haven ferry. The inn’s rooms are clean and colorful, and some of them even feature balconies and fireplaces. Mansion House also boasts a spa and health club, making the decision to escape to the Vineyard for a weekend even easier.
Mansion House in Vineyard Haven | Favorite Martha’s Vineyard Hotels
Nobnocket Boutique Inn
Longtime Vineyard visitors will know that this hotel was formerly called the Doctor’s House B&B. But in January 2016, veteran inn owners Annabelle and Simon Hunton bought the property, and four months later they reopened the renovated the 108-year-old building under a new name, Nobnocket Boutique Inn. The new look includes a fresh palette of Vineyard-specific colors (blues, tans, and whites) and soaking tubs, while many of the old B&B charms (guest room fireplaces and delicious breakfasts) remain.
The Nobnocket Boutique Inn in Vineyard Haven | Favorite Martha’s Vineyard Hotels
Vineyard Harbor Motel
Walk out of the courtyard of this 40-room motel and you’ll find yourself on a private beach. Every simply decorated room has a refrigerator, and several feature full kitchens. The Steamship Authority ferry dock is a 10-minute walk away, even if you’re rolling a suitcase. Plus, this was named a 2015 Yankee Editors’ Pick for “Best Harborfront Motel.”
With its white fence and colorful roses, this sturdy home from the early 18th century looks as though it were built for this spot. In fact, it was moved from one end of the island to the other almost two centuries ago. Two of the six comfortable, traditionally furnished rooms have shared baths. Located within walking distance of town, the 1720 House was named a 2014 Yankee Editors’ Pick for “Best Historic B&B.”
Martha’s Vineyard Hotels: Oak Bluffs
This longtime Vineyard favorite has been in continuous operation since 1789. Purchased by the Lark Hotel group in late 2015 and opened the following spring under its current name, this 95-room, five-story establishment has a beautiful boutique feel, with a palette of summery colors like yellow, teal, mint, and blue. Complimentary iPads are offered, and the game room is a must-visit for families.
Summercamp in Oak Bluffs | Favorite Martha’s Vineyard Hotels
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Isabelle’s Beach House
Yes, there is an Isabelle, and she owns the place. And if you time your visit right, she’ll make her famous waffles for the centerpiece of your breakfast. An easy walk from the ferry terminal, Isabelle’s sits across the street from Joseph Sylvia State Beach. It’s a toss-up whether you’ll wake to the sound of light surf or the tantalizing aroma of muffins baking in the kitchen. Each bright room has a small refrigerator. Isabelle’s was named a 2016 Yankee Editors’ Pick for “Best Beach Access.”
Isabelle’s Beach House in Oak Bluffs | Favorite Martha’s Vineyard Hotels
Pleasantly renovated in bright and airy Vineyard style, the Dockside’s 21 rooms are steps from the harbor and close to the gingerbread cottages of the camp meeting grounds. The Dockside was named a 2013 Yankee Editors’ Pick for “Best Harborfront Hotel.”
Dockside Inn in Oak Bluffs | Favorite Martha’s Vineyard Hotels
Martha’s Vineyard Hotels: Aquinnah
Its location atop the beautiful Aquinnah cliffs gives the Outermost Inn unrivaled and uninterrupted views of the Vineyard Sound and Elizabeth Islands. The rooms are spacious and — thanks to large windows and a colorful palette — bright and welcoming. The inn’s intimate restaurant gets rave reviews and, unsurprisingly, requires reservations made well in advance. In the summer, enjoy a breathtaking sunset while relaxing in an Adirondack chair on the inn’s private lawn.
The Outermost Inn in Aquinnah | Favorite Martha’s Vineyard Hotels
Martha’s Vineyard Hotels: Menemsha
The Beach Plum Inn
What draws so many to this gorgeous little inn with just 11 rooms overlooking Menemsha Harbor on Martha’s Vineyard is what it doesn’t have. That would be cell service. Other highlights: private patios, cozy hammocks, country-French decor and a stunning destination restaurant.
The Beach Plum Inn in Menemsha | Martha’s Vineyard Hotels
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Which Martha’s Vineyard hotels, inns, and B&Bs are your favorites?
This post was first published in 2017 and has been updated.
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- If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Vineyard Haven, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper accommodations in Vineyard Haven in December and January.
- Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Vineyard Haven if you stay on a Monday. The opposite is true for, Saturday, which is usually the most expensive day.
- The cheapest 3-star hotel room in Vineyard Haven found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was $103, while the most expensive was $490.
- How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their accommodation in Vineyard Haven for 2 days.
Hotels are safe environments for travelers as long as they properly implement sanitary measures in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). However, we recommend getting in touch with the local authorities regarding safety procedures for hotels in Vineyard Haven. For more advice, please view our information page on what to know about coronavirus (COVID-19) and travel.
Although the average price for a double room in Vineyard Haven is $461, $148 is the lowest price found by KAYAK users in the last 3 days.
After you launch a hotel search on KAYAK, you can refine your research by neighborhood, which allows you to pick the central Vineyard Haven districts. You can also do a search using the city map to choose a specific location, like Vineyard Haven city center.
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