Martha’s Vineyard

lighthouse-660542_1920Accessible only by air or sea, this beloved-yet-exclusive hotspot is located just six miles off scenic Cape Cod. Once your travel group steps off the steamship ferry they will have no trouble discovering many things to love about the captivating, beautiful 100-square-mile New England island!

In addition to the substantial peak-season crowd, many high profile residents and affluent East Coast families call the six fabulously unique towns of the Vineyard home. It’s not difficult to see why with a temperate year-round climate offering multi-seasonal getaway opportunities and ensures that Martha’s Vineyard remains one of the most popular of New England’s destinations. In the off season, the picturesque island and its wind-swept, sandy shores and landscapes lie peacefully accessible. There is no bad time to visit Martha's Vineyard!

Grab a bicycle or scooter, call a cab or hop a bus and explore her quaintly quintessential seaside villages full of gingerbread cottages and stately Greek revival architecture, all steeped in a rich fishing and whaling history. Lace up your comfy shoes and hike miles of gorgeous beaches and trails. Explore iconic old lighthouses, wander magnificent wildlife havens or just shop to your heart’s content at fun to fancy boutiques, shops and markets abound! The Vineyard’s charming cafes, fantastic restaurants, cozy theatres, welcoming bed and breakfasts, and elegant inns all afford you and your group the opportunity for a perfect East Coast Island getaway.