Oak Bluffs Inn

Address: 64 Circuit Ave., Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, 02557, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 64 Circuit Ave., Oak Bluffs, is near Circuit Avenue, Offshore Ale Company, Trinity Park Tabernacle, and Oak Bluffs Public Library.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Oak Bluffs Inn

      Believe it!

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      Yes, believe all the excellent reviews about this wonderful establishment. Last week was my first time on Martha's Vineyard and the proprietor, Eric, made my stay that much better.I cannot say enough about the location one can actually walk to resturants, bars and the beach. It's true, you do not want to be dependent on a car on the Vineyard and the location of the Oak Bluffs Inn is perfect.Eric runs a superlative Inn. The rooms are clean, neat and classy. And he does the little things that make your stay exceptional. I loved it there and I definitely plan to visit again. Kudos!

      Most Charming Inn in Martha's Vineyard

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      This was our first trip to Martha's Vineyard, and staying at the Oak Bluffs Inn only added to the charm of this beautiful vacation spot. The rooms are each uniquely decorated with designer touches. Each has a new, private bathroom which is a rare find. The inn keepers are eager to please and made sure that we had everything we needed for a fabulous stay. This is special place at a very reasonable price and not to be missed.

      Oak Bluffs Inn is a Must!

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      I recently stayed at the Oak Bluffs Inn on Martha's Vineyard and once again had an amazing experience. The Inn is meticulously kept, beautifully decorated and most importantly, the best service on the Island. The Innkeeper Eric and his family welcomed my family with open arms, and wonderful attention to detail that made it one of the best family vacations we have ever had. Perfectly situated on Circut Avenue, Oaks Bluffs Inn is laid back, charming and a must stay!I'd highly recommend it to anyone thinking of visiting the Vineyard.Thanks,M. Moore and Family

      The model B&B

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      Oak Bluffs Inn takes care of the little things. Aside from the obvious B&B stuff (cleanliness, location, presentation, etc.) these Innkeepers have a true heart for service. They will exceed your expectations in most everything from a warm greeting to the beachtowels waiting by the door to the fresh muffins at breakfast to afternoon lemonade & cookies... Its all good at Oak Bluffs Inn!They have mastered the art of the little things and you'll see just how the intangible stuff makes all the difference in the world. You cannot beat that.We stayed there for 4 days and we loved it. We will return again soon. Brad & Kim

      A great place to stay

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      The innkeepers were very friendly and helpful. The room was furnished beautifully and was very clean. We loved the location. The beach chairs and all of the other extras made this a place that we would recommend to others.

      Loved the Oaks Bluff Inn

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      We had a wonderful stay. The Inn keepers were friendly and very accomodating. A lot of fun to chat with. Very clean rooms at a fair price.Would stay there again!Thanks Eric for a wonderful stay.From JLA

      OAK Bluff's Inn perfect place to stay

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      The Owner's (Erik and Ronda) are great. The house is beautiful. The location is the best on the island! We had a great visit and would not hesitate to return.

      Very nice experience, very friendly

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      We had a very nice experience at Oak Bluffs Inn, the keeping was very nice and we felt very welcome there... we felt like home. Very friendly service makes us want to come back and we will next year

      Poor!!

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      Do not expect to feel welcome here. Overpriced and rude inn keeper.

      Very disappointed.

      Perfect Vacation and relaxation

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      We arrived at the Inn and were greeted by Erik, the owner and Innkeeper. He immediately put us at ease. We were able to walk to everything from the Inn. They even had beach chairs and towels for us to use. The rooms are beautiful and the breakfst is great. My advise is to buy a bottle of wine and relax on the porch in the evening. We met some great people and even saw two celebrities!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Oak Bluffs Inn

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