From the Ferry in Vineyard Haven, it’s just a short walk to our Martha’s Vineyard hotel on 9 Main Street, Vineyard Haven 02568- where the charm of yesterday is artfully blended with the conveniences and amenities of today. Find our lodging in Martha’s Vineyard to be a wonderful experience any time of year.
You can leave your car in America!
It’s much easier to leave your car on the mainland. All the passenger-only boats that come to the Vineyard have on site parking so you walk on the boat without reservations.
Year Round Ferry Service to the Vineyard: To bring a car, a reservation with the Steamship Authority is strongly suggested. This is the only car & passenger ferry and during the season there are over 14 scheduled round trips. Additional trips are added during peak times.
Woods Hole, Martha’s Vineyard & Nantucket Steamship Authority
Passengers Only Boats/ Seasonal Ferries
(Some ferries dock in Oak Bluffs, which is a quick 3 miles from Mansion House)
If you are coming from South of the Vineyard, you can take the walk- on ferry from New Bedford and eliminate all the Cape traffic.
From NJ, NYC and New Bedford to Martha’s Vineyard.
Offering shuttle service to Providence Airport and Kinston Amtrak Train Station is service from Quonset Point RI to Oak Bluffs:
Vineyard Fast Ferry
401 295 4040
CapeFLYER Rail Service from Boston to Cape Cod
Leaving from Falmouth, and docking in Oak Bluffs:
508 548 4800
If you are also visiting the rest of Cape Cod, take the Hyannis to Oak Bluffs ferry:
508 778 2600
Regional Airports: Boston, New Bedford or Rhode Island’s T.F. Green Airport s, all have service to MV Airport, located 7 miles from Mansion House.
During the season there are direct flights to the Vineyard from major cities:
Private Air Service
Leave your car at home and consider taking the Bus to Woods Hole.
Peter Pan / Bonanza Bus Lines
Direct bus service from New York, Logan Airport, Boston’s South Station and Providence to our Woods Hole dock
Once on Island you can take the VTA: The VTA provides year-round Island-wide transportation. VTA service is accessible from all ferry terminals and the MV Airport. The VTA provides service to all six of the Island towns and travels down all major roads. VTA routes cover most major points of interest. Fares are $1.25 per town including town of origin. The VTA also offers several cost-effective unlimited use passes. Children age six and under ride for free when accompanied by an adult. Seniors age 65 and older and people with disabilities are entitled to half price fares. There is no additional charge for pets or bicycles.
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