Harbor View Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHarbor View Hotel Edgartown
Hotel is in a prime position in Edgartown at Martha's Vineyard. The staff try hard to please and accomodation is very good considering the age of the building (hundreds of years old)
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... to the hotel and everyone got to the room panting. We were gone for about 1.5 hours overall, but not knowing where the end was must have seemed stressful. We then went to the pool and hung out and ate lunch. The pool was very refreshing after the ride. We ate lunch and then set out on bikes again to Surfside Beach, about 3.5 miles down on the southern shore of the island. We got through town and hit the path. Chase and i had chairs on our backs so they acted like ...
The day started out with breakfast in the hotel Vanderbilt Grace. The house was originally built by Alfred Vanderbilt for his mistress. Then it was converted to a YMCA for years until it was converted to a Boutique hotel that we stayed at with 33 rooms. We had the same waitress, Laura, that we had yesterday. She is a student at U of Rhode Island. Another good meal, checked out and drove to the Providence Airport getting there by 10 am. ...
So let's start from the beginning. I am in my junior year of high school and my dad got a new job. Now this job would mean that we had to move, and so I ended my sophomore year in Massachusetts and now I'm starting my junior year in Alaska. The fun being the big move. The house is packed and on its way and now for the big decision. Flying or Driving? And the decision was…..driving. Now this is a start to a great ...
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... on it), and her mirror shattered. Again Keja, our guide was right
there to replace it.
Once again we took the ferry back to Edgartown. From there it was a two minute
ride to the Harbor View Hotel & Spa.
Edgartown is well known as having been one of the primary ports for whaling
during the 1800s. Ships from all over the world would dock in its sheltered bay
and captains would build grand mansions for their families with ...