Winnetu Oceanside Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Winnetu, a massive property (for Martha's Vineyard) with gorgeous views and a location within a quick walk of the beach, doesn't come cheaply. But families with kids will appreciate that the majority of activities are included in the room rates. The rooms are simple but comfortable, and refreshingly decorated in a colorful, coastal-cottage style. All rooms offer the amenities for cooking and dining in, but the on-site gourmet grill is a delicious option for dining out as well.

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 The Winnetu, a massive property (for Martha's Vineyard) with gorgeous views and a location within a quick walk of the beach, doesn't come cheaply. But families with kids will appreciate that the majority of activities are included in the room rates. The rooms are simple but comfortable, and refreshingly decorated in a colorful, coastal-cottage style. All rooms offer the amenities for cooking and dining in, but the on-site gourmet grill is a delicious option for dining out as well.
This quaint fishing village -- a happy medium between well-developed Cape Cod and isolated Nantucket -- offers pristine beaches, boutique shops, and a taste of the region's maritime past. Some of our favorite stays serve up delicious breakfasts, all included in the room rate. Check out our favorite B&Bs here:
Lambert’s Cove Inn is a cozy spot in a remote location. Here, it's quiet and quaint, with a home-like feel and beautifully manicured grounds. The resort doesn't allow children under eight, which helps preserve the serene atmosphere. The free daily made-to-order breakfast during the high season is a superior to the buffet-style breakfasts offered by many inns. The fact that this town is dry (no alcohol allowed), though, is either a perk or a severe drag, depending on the person. The Winnetu, a massive property (for Martha's Vineyard) with gorgeous views and a location within a quick walk of the beach, doesn't come cheaply. But families with kids will appreciate that the majority of activities are included in the room rates. The rooms are simple but comfortable, and refreshingly decorated in a colorful, coastal-cottage style. All rooms offer the amenities for cooking and dining in, but the on-site gourmet grill is a delicious option for dining out as well. More refined than its sister property The Menemsha Inn, The Beach Plum offers comfortable rooms and suites with French-country style. The property is a beautiful, remote up-island spot overlooking Menemsha Harbor, the fishing village, and a lighthouse. While there are few on-site activities, guests can go next door to the Menemsha Inn to play tennis or hit the gym. Don't expect cell phone service here; part of the charm of sinking into a hammock on a private patio is not having any reception. Located centrally along a quaint stretch of Main Street, the Hob Knob is a welcoming bed & breakfast with a well-landscaped yard and wrap-around porch. Of course, in high-tourist season the prices reflect its status as a popular boutique -- but in a lot of ways, you do get what you pay for. Rooms are spacious and comfortable with Berber carpeting, luxurious European linens and bathrobes, lovely Classic American-cottage decor (though some rooms feel more tended to than others), and pretty bathrooms with marble sinks. Other highlights include the free organic, full-farm breakfast, and the fact that downtown Edgartown is a short walk away. The Menemsha Inn is a secluded and rustic option in the scenic up-island area of Martha's Vineyard. A variety of rooms and cottages can suit different size groups, and all rooms have charming features like wood-burning fireplaces and screen porches. Freebies here include daily breakfast, (spotty) Wi-Fi, parking, and all the beach necessities such as towels, chairs, and umbrellas. The inn is privately situated on 14 acres of gardens and fields overlooking the Menemsha Harbor, but is still close to nearby Lucy Vincent Beach. Formerly the Colonial Inn (built in 1911), the Vineyard Square Hotel has reinvented itself as a modern-day hotel. It overlooks Edgartown harbor and the historical waterfront district, and extensive renovations over the years have brought about fresh, airy rooms, modern technology (free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and iPod docks), and updated amenities (a salon, fitness center and popular on-site restaurant). The luxury suites offer the most high-end accommodations, with spacious kitchenettes and private decks.
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