Edgartown Hotels

Edgartown hotels are situated in one of the best towns for visitors on Martha's Vineyard. It remains a beautiful seaside resort that has been delighting guests with its beauty and charm for years. Many Edgartown hotels offer visitors friendly and accommodating ambiance with a touch of ocean side grace. Located on the southeast tip of Marthas Vineyard Edgartown runs along Katama Bay and is close to many amenities on the island.

Edgartown hotels are really busy in summertime so if you're planning a getaway to Marthas Vineyard, top priority is securing lodging. Edgartown hotels include the Colonial Inn at Marthas Vineyard which is located roughly 7 miles from the coast of Cape Cod and five miles from the airport.

The country style inn combines a bed and breakfast flavor along with the convenient amenities of a larger hotel. Guest rooms boast lovely and bright New England decor with a nautical touch.

Located at the historic waterfront district this location is near the best beaches, dining and shopping and affords exceptional harbor views. This newly renovated Edgartown hotels suites have private bath, telephones and complimentary continental breakfasts. Some rooms feature balconies with views and private fireplaces. Other amenities include an award winning restaurant, boutique shops on the premises and a salon spa. There are many great spring and early summer savings to be had. Contact the hotel for details.

Built in 1840 for the town physician, the Shiverick Inn is another great choice for historical Edgartown lodging and offers early bird special from June 17 to May 31 from $185 and up but check before reserving. 10 consigned guest rooms feature canopy or four poster beds and gourmet breakfasts are served every morning in the picturesque Garden Room. This Edgartown lodging also features eight working fireplaces and an intimate living room highlighted by a Steinway concert piano. Scattered about this Edgartown lodging option you'll find lots of beautiful art work and a well-stocked library that precedes an open-air terrace. The Shiverick boasts luxury and romance everywhere you look.

Located in the heart of Edgartown the historic Harborview Hotel and Resort was built in 1891 overlooking the Edgartown Lighthouse, the harbor and Chappaquiddick Island. This Edgartown Massachusetts lodging is surrounded by 19th century homes which used to be owned by the town's whaling captains. The local streets are lined with great elms which provide a shady path for a walk from the hotel to anywhere in town as it's all close by. There is an assortment of guest rooms and suites to choose from that offer an array of guest services. Amenities at this Edgartown Massachusetts lodging include seasonal in room dining service, refrigerator, wireless internet access, resort events through the concierge service, seasonal outdoor heated pool and more. Check before making reservations as rates vary throughout the seasons and are based on occupancy.

Edgartown Massachusetts lodging options vary yet many of the accommodations around the town have that ocean resort feel that induces well needed rest and relaxation. Edgartown is also well known for its range of activities from water sports, fabulous and award winning dining and trendy and traditional shops. Whatever type of seaside holiday your looking for, Edgartown is sure to accommodate.

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