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Dining on MV – Great Meals in Outdoor Spaces

Welcome to Martha’s Vineyard’s amazing summer weather. Take advantage of the warm, sunny days by eating outdoors: by the sea or tucked discreetly in a hidden garden. From lobster in the rough to white table clothe dining, MVOL.com wishes you bon appetit!

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Inn Style: The Nobnocket Boutique Inn

Annabelle and Simon Hunton had to act quickly. In January of 2016, they settled on the purchase of the old Doctor’s House on Mt. Aldworth Road in Vineyard Haven. The beautiful 1908 building had been operating as an inn since 1989, but it needed a makeover. And it had to happen by Memorial Day, when […]

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Vineyard Gazette Debuts The 2018 Martha’s Vineyard Island Guide

If you’re planning a Vineyard vacation, great news: The 2018 Martha’s Vineyard Island Guide, a brand new glossy publication from the Vineyard Gazette Media Group, has just been published. The 112-page Island Guide is a handy shortcut to all of the Island’s charms, offering a curated collection of top attractions, from hiking trails and farm stands […]

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Martha’s Vineyard on $50 (& Change) a Day

Short on time and money?  A 1-day, $50-ish vacation to Martha’s Vineyard may be just what you need!  To create a level playing field, we’ll start the day in Woods Hole in time for the 10:45 am ferry. To board the boat you’ll have to part with $17 for a round trip ticket. Though that’s […]

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Black Violin on Stage at the MV Performing Arts Center

Martha’s Vineyard Summer Concert Series concludes on Wednesday, August 23 at 8 pm as Black Violin takes the stage at the Martha’s Vineyard Performing Arts Center. Combining a daunting array of musical styles and influences to produce a signature sound that is not quite maestro, not quite emcee, this group of two classically trained violinists […]

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The Dirty Dozen Brass Band on Stage at the Old Whaling Church

Martha’s Vineyard Concert Series continues as The Dirty Dozen Brass Band brings its exciting musical mix of R&B blended with the instrumentation of a New Orleans to the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown on Monday, August 21! Featuring Gregory Davis and Efrem Towns on trumpet, Roger Lewis on baritone sax, Kevin Harris on tenor sax, […]

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Shopping the Vineyard

Love to shop?  In spite of the Island’s lack of mega-stores (or perhaps because of it) Martha’s Vineyard is a shopper’s dream come true.  Full of small shops, art and craft galleries and open air markets, shopping the Island reveals all sorts of unique merchandise not readily available elsewhere.  Whether you are looking for something […]

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What’s Free this Summer on Martha’s Vineyard

One of the biggest misconceptions about Martha’s Vineyard is that it takes a bundle to enjoy the Island.  Not so, we say! Don’t let a light pocket keep you from coming over to the Vineyard for a visit. Besides the easily accessible sandy beaches lapped by crystalline clear water, the summer offers a serious selection […]

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MVOL Guide to Buying Local: The Farms of Martha’s Vineyard

When you visit Martha’s Vineyard be prepared to enjoy it with all your senses! From June’s luscious strawberries to the sweet corn of August and the delights of late harvest heirloom tomatoes, squash and other fall produce, buying local lets you savor the very essence of Martha’s Vineyard. CHILMARK Allen Farm Sheep & Wool 421 […]

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Finding a Pet Friendly Hotel on Martha’s Vineyard

Everyone loves the Island! Even (or possibly especially) our four-legged friends! Travel to Martha’s Vineyard with your pet is easy.  The Steamship Authority Ferry, Island Queen (departing Falmouth), MV-bound Hy-Line from Hyannis and the New Bedford/Oak Bluffs Seastreak all accept properly crated or leashed pets on board. Once on the Island, Vineyard Transit Authority buses […]

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