Martha’s Vineyard Vacation Rentals
Long famous for being a vacation haven with gorgeous sightseeing and ample activities, Martha’s Vineyard is home to some of our most elegant vacation rental properties. Learn more down below about the town as well as Martha’s Vineyard vacation rentals!
Welcome to Martha’s Vineyard. We are happy to invite homeowners to list your home in Martha’s Vineyard with New England Vacation Rentals. Contact us at [email protected] or call 508-432-0900 for more information and to sign up.
Stunning Martha Vineyard Rentals in an Iconic Location
Brimming with New England charm, our Martha’s Vineyard vacation rentals feature all of the comforts of a home away from home. Classic nautical décor, Colonial-style architecture, cottage exteriors with crisp trim, and lush gardens all give these properties a warm and inviting feel. Open floor plans with vast living rooms, full-kitchens, spacious bedrooms, and resort-style bathrooms ensure that you and your guests have the space, privacy, and functionality you need during your stay.
On Martha’s Vineyard, you’ll encounter a variety of fun things to do and beautiful sights to see.
Historic lighthouses like Gay Head Light and East Chop Light create a picturesque New England tableau. Visit these spots for fantastic sunset views.
The Flying Horses Carousel is a lovely vintage carousel from Coney Island in New York. The oldest platform carousel in the nation, the Flying Horses Carousel was relocated from New York City to Martha’s Vineyard during the 1880s. Take the kids here for a childhood experience steeped in nostalgia.
For a taste of culture and history during your time in Martha’s Vineyard, visit the Martha’s Vineyard Museum or the Cottage Museum and learn about the area’s societal and natural history from before the Colonial Age to present day.
Wildlife watching and hiking are popular activities at places like Long Point Wildlife Refuge and Polly Hill Arboretum, as well as Cape Poge Wildlife Refuge and Mytoi (a Japanese garden with a pine forest) on nearby Chappaquiddick Island. Cuttyhunk Island is another offshore island close to Martha’s Vineyard and is a part of the Elizabeth Islands. Having served as an outpost for harvesting sassafras as early as 1602, some say Cuttyhunk Island could be considered the first English settlement in the New England area.
Martha’s Vineyard also has a number of wonderful beaches, including Owen Park Beach, Oak Bluffs Town Beach, Menemsha Public Beach, Lighthouse Beach, and Inkwell Beach.
New England Vacation Rentals – Bringing You the Best of New England
Contact our reservations team for additional details on activities and attractions you can enjoy in Martha’s Vineyard when you reserve your stay in one of our pristine Martha’s Vineyard house rentals today!
And visit Wikipedia’s travel page if you’d like to learn more about the area! (https://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/Martha%27s_Vineyard)