How about the Vineyard this fall?

Kelley House opens year-round, offers best rooms for $80-$89
The Kelley House opened for business in 1742, 100 years after the first Europeans settled on Martha's Vineyard, and today is considered one of the island's premier lodgings.

The same room will cost $375 a night next summer

The Kelley House opened for business in 1742, 100 years after the first Europeans settled on Martha's Vineyard, and today is considered one of the island's premier lodgings.


The Kelley House pub is called Newes from America.

The Kelley House is on Kelley Street, of course.

The Cockles and Mussel and the Clams in a spicy broth were great and only $14 at Henry's Pub as were the...

the Lobster Roll, $18 and Sirloin Steak Tips, $16.

An Edgartown doorway across from the Kelley House.

You can't imagine a better bargain than $89 for a $375 room which is almost a suite and overlooks Edgartown Harbor on Martha's Vineyard, and you can even bring your four-legged pet with you to the this gorgeous inn overlooking the harbor.

The Kelley House is actually a B&B in the off season, and has a platter of gourmet muffins and coffee in the fireplaced lobby early each morning, and if you want a full breakfast you can stroll a few steps to their sister property, the Harbor View Hotel.

The breakfast here is wonderful in a large, airy dining room looking out on the harbors entrance and the Edgartown Lighthouse, scene of countless marriages.

Off season rates in The Kelley House main building are all only $80-$89 dollars per night, and four of the rooms have a beautiful water view for that low rate .

Each room has refrigerators, free wifi  and the best Egyptian cotton linens on a very comfortable bed. For a little more there are beautiful suites with 2 or 3 bedrooms and a mini kitchenette.

Peaceful and all to yourself

Shops in Edgartown are still open, but the summer crowds are gone, so we prefer The Vineyard at this time of year, and the sister property, the Harbor View, is offering a spectacular Thanksgiving buffet for only $48, and the seatings are selling out fast, so make your reservation now for next week's trip to Martha's Vineyard.

The Kelley House Inn opened for business in 1742, 100 years after the first Europeans settled on Martha's Vineyard. Originally a tavern, it prospered through the Revolutionary War and the whaling era that followed. A registered Historic Inn of America, the Kelley House Inn decor features maritime artifacts and artwork mingled with brick fireplaces, rich woodwork and sumptuous suites, some with water view balconies overlooking Martha's Vineyards premier sailing and yachting location, Edgartown Harbor.

The menu at the Newes from America pub at the Kelley House is a blend of American and British pub food and features local favorites such as Chip Shop Curry Fries, Bangers & Mash, Roquefort Stilettos and world-famous Fish & Chips. It also prides itself on offering some of the most highly rated, limited-release, New England draft beers, and a Rack of Beers is available for sampling. Heres the Newes From America Menu.

Guests at the Inn may also enjoy the resort amenities offered at the nearby Harbor View Hotel & Resort including the award winning Water St. restaurant.

The Kelley House owners are Scout Capital which also owns the nearby Harbor View, Nantucket's Westmore Club, the Plantation Golf Resort in Chrystal River Florida and the just remodeled Seacrest Resort in Old Silver Beach, Falmouth.

Click here for the Newes From America restaurant menu on the property
Click here for the Harbor View Hotel sister hotel
Click here for Henry's Pub another great restaurant at their sister hotel.
Click here for the 30th anniversary of Christmas in Edgartown and other off season events such as the January chili festival, the March independent film festival etc.


The upper deck offers spectacular views of Edgartown Harbor.

The Kelley House, 23 Kelley St. P.O. Box 37, Martha’s Vineyard, Edgartown MA 02539
Hotel telephone: 508.627.7900


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