Hostelling International - Martha's Vineyard
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostelling International - Martha's Vineyard West Tisbury
The rooms and bathrooms were clean, the kitchen was stocked and immaculate, the staff were super helpful, and the bus stop is right outside the door. The buses are only every hour, but if you plan well and don't plan to be anywhere after 9pm you'll be fine. Would definitely stay again.
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... week with those we love.
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