Martha's Vineyard Vacation Rentals

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There are tiny islands, and then there's Martha's Vineyard. Known as an affluent summer colony featuring the likes of James Taylor, Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama as part-time residents and visitors, Martha's Vineyard is the third largest island on the East Coast and boasts 100 square miles of beautiful terrain: the perfect destination for anyone looking for an elegant New England vacation rental.

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Island Inn - 35G
1 Bedroom | 1.5 Bath | Sleeps 4

Island Inn - 35G - Oak Bluffs, MA

$384 avg / night
Lily Hill
3 Bedroom | 2.5 Bath | Sleeps 6

Lily Hill - Vineyard Haven, MA

$751 avg / night
Island Inn - 34G
1 Bedroom | 1.5 Bath | Sleeps 6

Island Inn - 34G - Oak Bluffs, MA

$425 avg / night
Island Inn - 22F
0 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 2

Island Inn - 22F - Oak Bluffs, MA

$256 avg / night
Nautical Daze - Studio
0 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 2

Nautical Daze - Studio - Oak Bluffs, MA

$212 avg / night

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Recent Martha's Vineyard vacation rental reviews

My group loved the home. We were (9 women) on the island for a conference and found the space perfect for our needs.
Rahesha H. | Aug 2022
Spacious rooms, plenty of nice kitchen tools, good linen supply, perfect for families with games & books, washer & dryer, two dining areas. Beautiful rural neighborhood walking distance to the lake. Short walk to bus. Would love to stay again.
Anise K. | Aug 2022
Vintage Victorian provided a wonderful summer getaway for our family! Our stay was wonderful. The well-stocked house was comfortable, clean and provided everything we needed. Whether family members took the short walk to the beach, strolled downtown Oak Bluffs for a meal or donuts at the Back Door, or just rocked on the front porch, staying at the Vintage Victorian made our vacation easy and relaxing! Martha’s Vineyard is a magical place, and this home adds a special touch to that magic!
F Denise G. | Aug 2022
Martha's Vineyard Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, 47 of our Martha's Vineyard homes allow dogs—so feel free to bring Fido along. (Just make sure to check individual home listings for any limits on the number and size of dogs they allow).

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Yes. 136 of our Martha's Vineyard vacation rentals have internet access, so you can stay connected throughout your trip.

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Our standard check-in time is 4:00 p.m., and the check-out time is 10:00 a.m. Some exceptions apply—after you book, you’ll find check-in and check-out details in the Vacasa guest app or your Trip Manager.

Absolutely. Our local Martha's Vineyard team includes professional housekeepers who care for all our homes here. They’ll clean thoroughly and restock amenities, so everything is ready for your arrival—and all you have to do is settle in and relax.

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From its beginnings in the 17th century as the home of the Wampanoag tribe to its whaling-center past, "The Vineyard," as it's often dubbed, now sees an influx of wealthy summer visitors thanks to its pleasant weather (it rarely goes above 90 degrees Fahrenheit), beautiful beaches, myriad lighthouses, and chic eateries. Any of our Martha's Vineyard vacation rentals would be a great home-away-from-home in this lovely enclave, just seven miles off the shores of beautiful Cape Cod.

Things to Do on Martha's Vineyard

The Vineyard is known for its pristine beaches, all of which are easily accessible. Locals head to South Beach, aka Katama, for its soft sand and protected salt pond. Norton Point Beach is another local favorite thanks to its four and a half miles of walking trails and two and a half miles of sand dunes - perfect for shellfishing, swimming, and bird watching. The Long Point Wildlife Refuge boasts more than 600 acres of beach and woodland formed during the Ice Age, and is a bird-watching mecca.

Other notable wildlife refuges include the Manuel F. Correllus State Forest, which offers 14 miles of bike paths, the Polly Hill Arboretum, boasting 60 acres of trees, shrubs and azaleas, and Mytoi on the nearby island of Chappaquiddick, a Japanese garden with walking trails and a stone garden.

Children of all ages will delight in the Flying Horses Carousel, the nation's oldest platform carousel, and the gingerbread houses in Oaks Bluffs. The former was originally located in Brooklyn's Coney Island; the latter features small brightly hued cottages evoking fairy tales of old.

Lighthouses on Martha's Vineyard

Lighthouses can be found throughout the island. Edgartown Light, built in historic Edgartown in 1828 via congressionally-approved funds, is open in the summer for tours. Gay Head Light was the first lighthouse constructed on the island, and was recently acquired and saved by the town of Aquinnah. The East Chop Light and the West Chop Light are also notable. The former can be rented for weddings and events, but the latter isn't open to the public.

Day Trips from Martha's Vineyard

The Vineyard is centrally located, allowing for many fun day trips. The nearby island of Chappaquiddick, though infamous for a Kennedy family tragedy, still lures visitors for more wholesome reasons: its myriad fields, forests, and barrier beach.

Martha's Vineyard's sister island Nantucket, also a former whaling station, lies 38 miles away and boasts great beaches, lighthouses, and chic boutiques and restaurants. Vibrant Boston is a plane ride away, and offers historical sites and arts and cultural attractions galore. Cape Cod lies on the mainland, and offers a wealth of adventure and excitement from base to tip.

Beautiful beaches, elegant restaurants, historic lighthouses, and preserved refuges await you at any of our Martha's Vineyard vacation rentals!

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