This historic hotel located in downtown Edgartown feels anything but old. The suites and rooms are classically New England yet modern wit a nautical twist. I loved the pool and the outdoor pool bar area. The Kelley House also has a great restaurant, the Newes from America, which serves up pub-style food and great drinks in a very cozy, local atmosphere.
If you’ve ever been to Martha’s Vineyard, you understand how quaint, historical, charming and transportive this little island off of Cape Cod truly is. I’ve been coming since I was a kid and I can definitely say it is on my short list of happy places.
There are a handful of towns and even more places to stay but where you should definitely consider is Edgartown and the Harbor View Hotel. Elegant, classic, and true to the personality of the town, this hotel is a destination on it’s own. An amazing pool, comfortable & spacious rooms and great dining options all contribute to this hotel’s charm. And don’t forget, the best views, in my opinion, are from the Harbor View Hotel’s deck. This prime viewpoint showcases the Harbor Lighthouse better than anywhere else.
This tavern is pure history–one of the oldest buildings in Edgartown, the locals and visitors pack this charming New England pub for the fresh food and variety of beers. You MUST add it to your list when you visit MV!
It’s not often that you get a fabulous hotel that also has some of the town’s best food, but here at the Harbor View Hotel, you get it all. Whether you are looking for a decadent brunch, a scenic lunch spot or an unforgettable fresh, dinner, The Water Street restaurant is for you.
And Henry’s Hotel Bar is a nautical pub that serves above average pub food in a homey setting. Be sure to swing by for one of their cocktails as the sun goes down!