The Edgartown Collection by Lark Hotels
March 11, 2020
In 2020, Lark Hotels will open a fourth addition to their boutique hotel trio in Edgartown. Joining sister properties The Christopher, The Sydney (expanded in 2018), and The Richard (new in 2018), The Edgartown Inn draws inspiration from Martha’s Vineyard’s farms and gardens, and will feature a relaxed modern farmhouse style in a classic coastal Captain’s home. Whether you’re looking for a regal retreat or a cool coastal vibe, Lark has an Edgartown inn for every discerning Island visitor.
Following a total renovation in 2018, this 16-room boutique Martha’s Vineyard hotel (formerly the Point Way Inn) is fit for a king. Located at 104 Main Street, its luxurious furnishings, sophisticated finishes, and subtle coastal details create an exclusive yet cozy private escape.
With the addition of a brand new building last year, The Sydney is now the perfect marriage of historic and new in the hub of Edgartown. Featuring eight stylish rooms in the original Captain’s House at 22 North Water Street and an additional 14 in the new building, The Sydney is a refreshingly modern take on a traditional Island hotel.
Relax and unwind in the laid-back style at The Christopher (24 South Water Street), a fully renovated 15-room boutique Edgartown hotel with a calming St. Barths vibe. The fire pit and lounge seating in the serene and secluded courtyard call for intimate gatherings on cool spring, summer, and fall nights.
Currently undergoing a complete renovation to open later this year, this comfortable coastal haven is inspired by the Vineyard’s farms and gardens, a place for relaxing and regrounding your senses and experiencing the best of summer in New England. Ensconced in the Inn’s airy, homey rooms you’ll almost forget that Edgartown Village’s busy shops and restaurants are just steps outside the front door.
These four boutique Edgartown inns join sister Oak Bluffs hotel, Summercamp (formerly The Wesley), renovated and opened by Lark Hotels in 2016. With 96 rooms on the waterfront, Summercamp’s fresh, fun renovations invite guests to relive the glorious days of childhood summers — while also enjoying distinctly adult amenities. Gaze at the harbor from your deck chair, grab a snack from the Canteen, or play ping pong or Twister in the game room.