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Friday, January 7, 2011

B&B Friday (My Martha's Vineyard Trip)!

'Evening, everyone!
How many of you are getting snowed upon presently?
It's been on and off in my parts; not nearly as much accumulation
as we previously anticipated. But I've nevertheless have been enjoying gazing
through my lace curtains at the occasional large puffs sprinkling from the sky ♥

 Was anyone pleasantly surprised at seeing the title "B&B Friday"
on your dashboard? I know I've neglected this feature for an awfully
long time, but I've never forgotten it, and have thus resurrected it to share
with you the inn I'm planning on staying in on my trip to the Vineyard . . .

 The Victorian Inn
(Edgartown, MA)

"The Victorian Inn is an attractive Inn with the casual elegance of a restored Whaling Captain's Home on the Island of Martha's Vineyard in historical Edgartown. We have maintained the tradition and charm of that era and await you as our guests for a relaxing, hospitable and comfortable vacation. Situated on the lovely South Water Street where many sea captains built their mansions; directly across from the famous Pagoda Tree, one block above the town dock and harbor; just a short stroll to many fine restaurants, quaint shops, museums and art galleries."

#1 rated Edgartown inn on Trip Adviser

Rates: $225-425

Room I'll be staying in!

Amenities of the inn include:
  • A decanter of sherry and fresh cut flowers in each room
  • A complimentary gourmet breakfast and afternoon tea
  • A covered bicycle shed for guests' convenience
  • Beach towels, chairs, coolers, and ice packs available on request

View from balcony
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Doesn't it sound wonderful?


  1. Erin, it looks like a really incredible place to stay. I LOVE canopy beds and Victorian ambiance. You will have a BLAST. Can't wait for a full rundown when you return. Don't spare a single detail! Sincerely, Susan

  2. One day I plan to visit with my family. All your postings have been wonderful! Love the B&B's there!
    Thanks for sharing,

  3. Erin...hi...yes we got a little snow today, but are to be getting lots of snow this weekend! Now that I'm not working I can enjoy this snow out my window!! And not have to worry about getting out in it and driving on those yucky roads.. smile..

    Your trip to MV sounds just 'amazing'!!

    xoxo Gert

  4. Erin, it has been snowing here in central new york, always it seems. Love the photos of the B&B, and can see you sipping your sherry, planning your walking tour!! Summer does seem far a way at the moment...but time does fly and you will be there!! I am envious!! Robin.

  5. The B&B looks lovely. You will love the Vineyard.

  6. Hi Erin! Happy 2011 to you. So wonderful that you're visiting beautiful MV soon...we were supposed to be there for Christmas but got cancelled this end due to the UK's inability to deal with snow :o( Still, you will LOVE Edgartown, it's one of the nicest places I've been...great shops, resaturants, ferry to Chappaquiddick handy for daytrips...perfect! Enjoy planning! Love to you x Rachel (Mozart's Girl)

  7. Yes! And sherry too. Its going to be perfect.

  8. i am laughing at julie...sherry too....julie and i went to new england together a few years ago...we both LOVE new you know

    this place looks so beautiful....wonderful...

    happy to visit today,
    kary and teddy

  9. Very nice. I have not stayed there while on the Vineyard. They are all so pricey but worth it.

  10. OOhhhh Erin. This Inn is beautiful and from what I hear it's a haunted one, but still beautiful! Let me know how it goes! I had a great haunting experience at another inn on the Vineyard~Don't forget to take a pic of The Wooden Valentine while you're there! I love that Gingerbread House ;).

  11. I went on a Haunted Inn tour 9 years ago on the Vineyard and this one was on the stop ( I believe!!!) You know how those things are though...Take it with a grain of sand and just enjoy ;). Alyssa

  12. How thrilling to plan a trip to Martha's Vineyard!!! I'm sure you'll have fabulous photos to share.

    Thank you for your interest in my fisherman cowls! I make them to order, so if you would like one sometime, I can make one for you. ;)

    Have a happy week!

  13. After getting 24 inches of snow your photo is reminding me of what's to come! Thanks for making me smile! I've never been to the Vineyard, but it's on my "bucket list" of places to go! LOL!!!

  14. Oh my goodness! That Inn is incredible. I spent a summer on Nantucket, but unfortunately never made it to Martha's Vineyard. You're going to have a marvelous time -- can't wait for the photos! :)

  15. just doing a little blogging this late sunday afternoon visiting some of my favorites...and you are on the list, my friend

    sending love,
    kary and teddy and the kittys

  16. Greetings, Erin. I found your blog through another blog! I am in Connecticut and I LOVE Martha's Vineyard. I was there a couple of years ago. Oh, you are so lucky to stay at that beautiful place! You probably know more about MV and the New England area that I do! I read your profile and see that you are on Long Island... I am originally from Brooklyn, NY!! Born and bred! I also have cousins who live on L.I. I am looking forward to reading more of your posts! I will be back soon. I just became your newest Follower! :)
    Best regards,

  17. This sounds incredibly wonderful!! We had a trip to New England in the Fall and spent two nights on Martha's Vineyard. It was hardly enough as there is so much to see and do; make sure you visit the shops in each of the little 'towns' there...there are all rather unique and different! And do a LOT of walking; it's the only true way to take in all of the streets and old homes that are so beautiful!!

  18. Hi there,
    Great post!
    My name is Jane and I'm with Dwellable.
    I was looking for blogs about Martha’s Vineyard to share on our site and I came across your post...If you're open to it, shoot me an email at jane(at)dwellable(dot)com.
    Hope to hear from you soon!


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