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Rental unit in Oak Bluffs
Stunning private apartment walk to everything!111C
This is an incredible property! Newly renovated and spotless with all the amenities to make your stay feel like home, only better. Downtown Oak Bluffs and her beautiful beaches are within a five-minute walk. There is a local market and deli right next door where you can find anything you need in a pinch, and a great BBQ restaurant across the street. This second floor apartment has one bedroom with a queen-sized bed and a queen pullout couch. Smart TVs, full kitchen and laundry plus much more!
$189 per night
Rental unit in Oak Bluffs
Sunny Private Apartment with Free Kayaking!
Studio apartment for 2 with a private entrance and private deck for you to relax on your island retreat. Full kitchen, beach chairs, beach bag/cooler and beach towels provided, along with free kayaking or paddle Boarding with Island Spirit Kayak!
One mile from town and a 12 minute bike ride to the beach.
This is the perfect location for access to Oak Bluffs restaurants, outdoor recreation and a peaceful neighborhood. Plus, you can join us in feeding the goats and chickens on the property!
$214 per night
Condo in Oak Bluffs
Stunning. Walk to Beach, Town and Harbor 113B
Walk to all Oak Bluffs has to offer. 5-10 minutes to harbor, town, beach and restaraunts. Amazing location! This three unit property offers a shared patio and deck space along with all the amenities. It is private and well appointed. 2 flat screen Televisions, wifi, appliances, tile throughout, granite counters, outdoor shower, gas grill and best of all it's all brand new. This 400 square foot unit will provide you with an excellent home base to explore Oak Bluffs and Martha's Vineyard.
A 45-minute ferry trip from Cape Cod, this Massachusetts island was named after the daughter of Bartholomew Gosnold, a British sailor. The term vineyard is a nod to the vine-like vegetation that’s visible on the island’s coast, however, there’s very little wine-making here. Martha’s Vineyard’s almost 125 miles of shorelines play host to a wide range of leisure activities all year round. Not only are its impressive waves a big hit with thrill-seeking surfers, but its beaches also make for great fishing spots if you’re looking for something a little more low key. Then, there are the hiking trails. A third of all the island’s land is officially protected meaning visitors can bask in unspoiled, picture-perfect landscapes with no modern development in sight. The result? A tranquil escape from reality.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Martha's Vineyard?
Martha’s Vineyard welcomes hikers and nature seekers all year long, though the island experiences high winds in June and November. Swimming and surfing are best done in July and August, when the water in the Atlantic Ocean is pleasantly warm but the waves are still rolling in. There’s also a famously tranquil spell between Labor Day and Columbus Day when you can steal some warm weather without the summer holiday crowds.
What are the top things to do in Martha's Vineyard?
This is one of the quieter stretches of surf and sand on the island. This two- mile-long, dog-friendly beach is a great place to brush up on your snorkeling skills or cast a fly rod for striped bass. You’re also likely to see seagulls dropping their eggs off at nearby nests as they fly ashore. Be warned that non-resident parking is limited, especially on weekends.
What started out as a 19th-century Methodist campground now attracts the attention of island visitors from across the world. The storybook design of these 300 houses in the Oak Bluffs neighborhood comprises bright colors and candy-like architectural features. Don’t forget to have your camera app ready as photo ops are everywhere.
Sampling some of the local produce is an absolute must during your time on the island, and there’s no better place to do it than at one of the local fish markets. There you can find high-quality lobster rolls for a fraction of restaurant prices. And if you’re into cheese then head to a dairy farm to sample some award-winning formulas made using the milk produced by local dairy cows.