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Massachusetts Rental Car and Marthas Vineyard Resort, Inc
Martha's Vineyard is a popular attraction for you to visit with your Massachusetts rental car. In the summer, people flock here to see the picture book scenery, 19th century ship captains' mansions, and beautiful beaches. Martha's Vineyard Resort has served guests for over 20 years and is only 10 minutes away from all of the local attractions.
Each room at Martha's Vineyard Resort is fully carpeted and has its own private bath, cable TV, fridge, and telephone. When you stay here with your Massachusetts rental car have the benefit of free parking, use of tennis courts, and a continental breakfast each morning. You can enjoy a tan on the sundeck or company of others on the porch, or take a stroll to the beach, shops, galleries, or other activities in the area - you are in the centre of it all. There are eight rooms to choose from, based on availability. The smallest room has a garden view and starts at $160/night, while the luxurious suites start at $315 and include a king size bed, DVD player and even an extra bedrooms built in.
Get to know your new surroundings
Getting to know Martha's Vineyard with your Massachusetts rental car means you will explore all of the unique things the areas has to offer. The cliffs of Gay Head (Aquinnah) are picture perfect. Edgartown is known for its galleries and antique shops. Oak Bluffs will take you back in time to the Victorian era when maritime life ruled the island. Some of the things you will want to explore with your Massachusetts rental car include West Chop Lighthouse, Owen Park, and Tisbusy Town Hall in Vineyard Haven; Dukes County Courthouse, Edgartown Lighthouse, Vineyard Museum, Old Whaling Church, and Vincent House Museum in Edgartown; and the Civil War Monument, The Flying Horses, Gingerbread Houses and Tabernacle, East Chop Lighthouse, State Lobster Hatchery, and Ocean Park in Oak Bluffs.
How you can find Martha's Vineyard Resort
To get here from Boston with your Massachusetts rental car, take Route 3 to Sagamore Bridge. Take Route 6 West, cross the Bourne Bridge, and follow Route 28 South. To get your Massachusetts rental car onto the island, call the Martha's Vineyard Steamship Authority to make reservations.
Feel the past in your travels
The island that is today Martha's Vineyard was originally, and still is, inhabited by the Wampanoag Indians. It was named Martha's Vineyard by the explorer Bartholomew Gosnold who sailed here in 1602. His mother-in-law and second child, who died in infancy, were both named Martha. The island was brought to prominence in the 19th century when the whaling industry came to the area. The discovery of petroleum in Pennsylvania gave rise to a cheaper source of oil for lamps in the late 19th century, and the industry of the area collapsed. It was after this time that summer residences began to develop on the island and grew as an area for tourists to visit.
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