Why so chic?
Why travel experts chose this hotel
Close to Martha's Vineyard
Owner-run by experienced hands
Cookies delivered every night
Only when you book with Chic
Nobnocket Boutique Inn is Martha's Vineyard's newest and finest hideaway for adults and children over 16. Personalised
service and local knowledge is the name of the game at this luxury B&B which is just a short walk from the ferry.
Having sold their award-winning boutique inn on Cape Cod in 2015, owners Annabelle and Simon Hunton already have another winner on their hands where comfort, location, and owner management play a large part in the guests' stay.
Although Nobnocket Inn only opened in 2016, the press is already raving about this 7 room inn which is fast becoming the 'it' place to stay in Martha's Vineyard.
Best of Cape Cod & The Islands 2017 - Cape Cod Life
Favourite Hotels on Martha's Vineyard 2017 - Yankee Magazine
Best of Boston 2017 - Boston Magazine
Complimentary breakfast, using only the best local products, can be brought to your room or served on the patio or sunroom.
Simon and Annabelle can recommend plenty of restaurants nearby including The Little House Cafe which has a delicious Mediterranean menu, or Beach Road which serves American food with the focus on freshly caught fish and seafood. A little further afield is State Road, sister to Beach Road, which many rate as the best restaurant on Martha's Vineyard.
Don't forget to have an ice cream while you are here; head to Mad Martha's, a 5 minute walk away, and take your pick!
The 7 air-conditioned rooms at Nobnocket all have en-suite bathrooms, complimentary WiFi, a Bluetooth speaker and cable TV. For those who don't like the harshness of air-conditioning, there is also a ceiling fan.
British products from Gilchrist & Soames sit happily alongside luxurious Frette bedlinen, waffle bathrobes, and towels.
Nobnocket is owner-run ensuring that every guest receives exceptional personal service. This hip hideaway is within walking distance of town, the lagoon and the ferry making it the ideal spot from which to explore Martha's Vineyard.
There are many reasons to visit Martha's Vineyard including the beautiful, long stretches of beaches including State Beach which is a lovely public beach with 2 miles of sand, or for a seemingly never-ending beach head to East Beach which is located in Cape Pogue Wildlife Refuge.
Film festivals, music festivals, wine festivals, yacht races, marathons and fishing derbies (September to October) are just a few of the fun events that happen throughout the year at Martha's Vineyard making it a perfect year-round destination.
There is plenty to do and see and as well as exploring the town itself hiking, boat trips, sailing, kiteboarding, kayaking, and fishing can all be arranged. The best way to soak up and explore the character of the island is by bike; there is complimentary bike hire available for guests from the inn.
How to get there
Fly to Boston or Providence. Then drive to Woods Hole on Cape Cod. Take Car Ferry from Woods Hole to Vineyard Haven. Exit ferry and turn left up Water Street. At the 5-way junction turn right and head up State Road. After 0.3-mile turn left onto Delano Road. Follow round to end and at T-Junction turn left onto Mount Aldworth Road. The Nobnocket Boutique Inn awaits you at #60 on the left-hand side.
Take the seasonal ferry from New York City (weekends in summer only), Providence or New Bedford. The ferry will arrive at Oak Bluffs. Take a 10-minute taxi from the ferry to the Nobnocket Boutique Inn in Vineyard Haven.
Take a direct flight from New York, Boston, White Plains, Cape Cod or Washington DC into Martha's Vineyard. The inn is 10 minutes by taxi from the airport.
The nearest airport is Martha's Vineyard Airport, a 15-minute drive away (Approximately 7.3 miles distance).