Set along the shores West this cabin rental in Martha’s Vineyard is simplicity at its rustic best.
The expansive property overlooks the Great West Tisbury Pond and it’s own private beach with enough elbow room and privacy among the woods for a peaceful escape.
The exteriors are all New England cottage charm, with sharp angles and large windows that let in the light.
The interiors are rough hewn and handmade with interrelated spaces on the ground floor that include a sitting area, dining area and fully equipped kitchen. There is one bedroom in the back A area that sleeps five guests, a middle bedroom that sleeps four and a master loft bedroom that sleeps two.
Created a a communal camp destination, it’s perfect to share with friends and family.
There are outdoor areas for dining and a pathway that leads down to the sand for catching sunsets and hanging out by the shore.
The cabin in solar powered so laundry facility use should be limited. Cell phone service, landline telephone, (no wifi), kitchen and bath amenities, private parking.
Accessible solely by boat and air, Martha’s Vineyard has been a storied summer colony and home to some of the country’s wealthiest, bold-faced names throughout history. But it’s also a natural beauty, unique to the cluster of islands off of the Cape Cod Peninsula including Nantucket, Naushon and Nashawena and Chappaquiddick. I
The Atlantic ocean is a twenty minute walk or kayak ride to the spectacular South Beach of Martha’s Vineyard.
Its miles of shoreline famous beaches including Moshup and Menemsha, sheltered coves and parklands including Aquinnah Cliffs and Cape Poge Wildlife Refuge on Chappaquidick, offer the best of New England’s wild natural resources. The cabin backs onto the Long Point Wildlife Refuge, and the Correllus State Forest is a just a few miles north.
Due to it’s size, the island is perfect for biking distances and can be traversed by car in under an hour. Oak Bluffs with the famous, historic Flying Horses carousel is within a half hour and the area is home to quaint villages, seafood shacks, lighthouses, and historic estates and cottages.
Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts. Nearest Airport: Martha’s Vineyard Regional Airport, (3.5 miles)
BEST TIME TO VISIT: Late Spring through early Fall
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