Friday, May 13, 2011

B&B Friday (Martha's Vineyard!)


Good afternoon, everyone, and Happy Friday the 13th!
Hope none of you walked under any ladders, 
or broke any mirrors today! Hehe.

Well, it's just about official-- after taking my last 
final on Monday, I will finally be a college graduate!
I'm so excited and relieved at the same time :)

And with graduation gears my new focus onto summertime,
and particularly, my trip to Martha's Vineyard next month!

So, I thought, since it's Friday, I'd make a B&B
Friday post especially centered on that very island.
Perhaps I'll inspire some of you to take a trip there soon too! ♥

1.
 The Crocker House
(Vineyard Haven)

"The Crocker House Inn is an 8 bedroom bed and breakfast on the island of Martha's Vineyard. Located on a quiet residential side street just a 3 minute walk to town and a 6 minute walk from the ferry. Close to everything yet located on a quiet side street. MUCH quieter than other locations. Full private baths, cable flat screen TV's, stereo's with CD, A/C and FULL breakfast each morning. Come and enjoy the open air porch with water views from the porch. Enjoy the best Crocker Chip Cookies!"

Rates: $265-425

2.
The Tivoli Inn
(Oak Bluffs)

"The Tivoli inn is a beautiful Victorian gingerbread house with lots of charm and a clean and friendly atmosphere. Walking distance to town shops, restaurants, nightlife, beach, public transportation, and seasonal ferry terminals. Located in a residential setting over-looking Hiawatha Park. Complimentary continental breakfast buffet served on the lovely wrap around porch."

Rates: $85-275

3.
The Charlotte Inn
(Edgartown)

"At the heart of Martha’s Vineyard, the former haunt of whale hunters, you’ll find a captain’s house in the traditional British style. Built in 1864 for Samuel Osborne, a famous merchant, the Charlotte Inn transports you to another time; you can’t help but be swept away by its romantic atmosphere. The staff, alert to the smallest detail, cultivates a deliciously old-fashioned elegance and courtesy. The suites decorated with antique lamps and silk or linen fabrics are exquisite. Between one iced tea and the next on the flower-filled patio, discover the beautiful island including its renowned lighthouses and beaches, ideal for swimming and sailing."

Rates: $325-1000

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Got the New England travel bug yet?

20 comments:

  1. Congratulations on officially being a college graduate! Yay! You deserve a little Martha's Vineyard break. Enjoy yourself!

    Loved seeing all those B&Bs. Would love to say I'm going to take advantage of those, but with our big move next month, I don't know how much vacationing we'll do this summer.

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  2. Congratulations on your achievement! I hope you have a blast on the Vineyard!

    Those B&B's are beautiful, will you be staying in one?

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  3. So, now what? Are you going out into the work world or to graduate school? I guess that y our plans will include that vacation first. Congrats on finishing the degree. Cheers Lori from the Jarvis House.

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  4. Hooray for you!
    I like the tivoli house. Seems like a very good deal, doesn't it?
    Two weeks, please.
    xx
    julie
    don't forget the champagne glasses

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  5. Yay! You did it! Okay Erin, New England is waiting for ya! pack your bags! ;)Alyssa

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  6. Congratulations graduate!!!!!! So happy and excited for you!!!!! xoxo

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  7. You know I love the Vineyard and I've never stayed at any of those inns. But the Charlotte Inn looks interesting.

    Congrats on your graduation, what's next? Besides the Vineyard of course!

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  8. way to go erin! what do you do next? where are you staying on the vineyard? will you be doing some posts when you are there? i need a vicarious vineyard vacation!

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  9. congratulations my friend..a job well done...and yes...what's next?

    love them all....but number 3 sent me to the moon...and back.

    happy to see you at Farmhouse Kitchen..always fun to see a friend

    sending love,
    kary and teddy
    xxx

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  10. First off congratulations on your upcoming college graduation. As a mother of three college students I commend you. Next, is there a bad place to stay on the entire island? Loved them all!

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  11. Congratulation, Graduate! :) That is a huge accomplishment and you should be very proud of yourself! You have certainly brought back many fond memories of the east coast for me. Hubby and I stayed in a B&B in Kennebunkport many years ago and fell head over heels for Maine. I could sooo live there in the summer! The architecture is amazingly beautiful! We definitely want to go back and explore more!

    xoxo laurie

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  12. Congratulations on your graduation Erin! Your trip to Martha's Vineyard is going to be such a fantastic reward for all of your hard work :)
    I would LOVE to go back there right now and we would love to stay for a few nights too as we were only there for a day. You are going to have such a wonderful holiday!
    Morwenna x

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  13. Congratulations, dear Erin! That is just wonderful, and I bet you cannot wait to go on your MV vacation. I'd love to stay at the Charlotte's Inn one time. I've always ogled it in passing. So lovely to see some interiors. I do love the little houses of Hiawatha Park, though. There is a pretty green and white one there with a sign saying "Morse" on the front. I have a photo taken of it a few years back and think it must be meant to be mine!
    Are you on to grad school next??
    Marcia

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  14. Congrats that is a huge achievement and what better place to be celebrating, hope you find lots of new photo opportunities

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  15. Erin,

    HURRAH!!! So very happy for you. You deserve all the best.

    You're going to have a ball. I can't wait to go back to the Vineyard. Love all the people I've met there. So interesting and fun.

    Good luck dear Erin,

    Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

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  16. Hello sweet Erin!! Many congratulations on your graduation...I'm just catching up on blogfriends, so apologies for this late comment! I bet you are so excited about your trip...won't you tell us where you're staying? Edgartown is one of my favourite places on MV...but everything is beautiful and you'll have the best time! Much love to you xoxo

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  17. Hi Erin,
    Congratulations on your graduation! I'm a new follower to your blog and I love it. I live in New England and have been to MV a few times. It's every bit as beautiful as you say it is. Enjoy your well deserved vacation and soak up all that New England charm that's waiting for you.... : )

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