Once you’ve been “on island” on The Vineyard, as locals call it, you’ll never want to be “off island” again. Should you happen to forget to bring your camera to Martha’s Vineyard Island, go back and get it! (Don’t worry, the island’s just a short 45-minute ferry ride from Cape Cod; plus, said ferry has a snack bar.)
Surely you’ll want some photos of the pristine sandy beaches, the sailboats, the brightly painted gingerbread cottages, the lighthouses at sunset, the farmer’s markets, the magical Flying Horses (it’s a carousel, silly), all of your celeb sightings, and of course, a shot of you having the vacation of a lifetime. We bet it looks good on you!
Accommodations are varied and widely available when booked in advance! –Things fill up very QUICKLY!!
Check out this list of recommendations FOR ACCOMMODATIONS
However, many of the local hotels, bed and breakfasts, and private homes fill-up quickly after the New Year. So, it is best to secure your travel arrangements AFTER you have booked your lodging.
LADIES & GENTS: This year you are welcome to share several living spaces in ENTIRE PRIVATE HOMES located on the island, in a terrific location, with great amenities!
For availability contact: Ms. Debert Cook at email@example.com
Get Away with us for this competitive annual golf excursion to the historic African American vacation destination of Martha’s Vineyard. Set quietly on the scenic Northeastern coast, south of Cape Cod in Massachusetts, the “Vineyard”—as it is known—is an affluent summer respite for individuals and families who seek a serene locale to spend a few days, or weeks in splendor.