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My husband and I just got back from our first visit to Martha's Vineyard. I don't even remember how I stumbled across The Dockside Inn, when looking for someplace to stay, but I'm sure glad I did! The room was comfortable and spotless! Everybody was...More
I have slept in many places in USA,but this is the nicest, cleaned and cosy hotel ever. Great service when you are checking in, and there is cold and hot drinks, snack and cakes, when you need it. The staff is very friendly. It only...More
The Dockside Inn is fantastic. It's a short walk from the bus stop, the ferry, and all of the best restaurants in Oak Bluffs. Everyone who works there, from the front desk staff to the owner (a proud LSU alum) is very friendly and willing...More
well decorated room on the second floor with a balcony outside, hot tub in the courtyard and fantastic service from friendly staff and a telephonic concierge called Loomis to provide local insight from wherever you are even before arrival. Walking distance to excellent restaurants and...More
From first contact, John the owner was all about making you feel welcome. His personal attention to "hospitality" was a constant. His small, but mighty staff was a reflection of his commitment to service. We are 20 year visitors to the island and have stayed...More
Oh, absolutely! Just one block from the Dockside Inn is a five mile long nearly uninterrupted beach along Nantucket Sound stretching from Oak Bluffs to Edgartown, including the famous "Jaws Bridge" and beach. And the... More
Oh, absolutely! Just one block from the Dockside Inn is a five mile long nearly uninterrupted beach along Nantucket Sound stretching from Oak Bluffs to Edgartown, including the famous "Jaws Bridge" and beach. And the Dockside has complimentary beach chairs, coolers, and towels for guest use!
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"Rooms on the 2nd and 3rd floor are quietest-as well as the Carriage House rooms"