Today’s post is all about the best Airbnb Martha’s Vineyard rentals! Nobody knows for sure which Martha is the namesake for this Massachusetts island. One thing I do know, though, is that Martha’s Vineyard is the perfect escape.
With its beaches, charming towns and villages, cute farms and eateries, and opportunities for rambling walks, there’s a lot to love about this place.
If you’re thinking of going, honestly—forget about hotels completely. Martha’s Vineyard is the spot for a 2020 Airbnb vacay instead. To give you some inspo, here’s a round-up of my favorites Airbnb Martha’s Vineyard edition!
Bright, airy, spacious, an awesome harbor view, and some gorgeous decor throughout—this is one of those Airbnbs that you just can't pass up. I'm all about this property—it's perfect for a Martha's Vineyard vacation steeped in homey luxury feels for a family or group of friends.
You'll find it in a picturesque location overlooking Menemsha Harbor and the Vineyard Sound. Those views are made full use of thanks to outdoor amenities like a shower, grill, dining table, and places to lounge around.
This place is super cute. From the outside, it may look like a family home from another era, but inside, it's beautifully updated for the modern age. Think a contemporary full kitchen with all the appliances you could ask for, open plan living spaces, and a minimalist but cozy sense of style.
Situated in Tisbury, it's just a two-block stroll into town and its Main Street, making this place pretty convenient. One of my favorite things about this place is the huge, woodsy back yard, complete with chairs to chill out in.
This Airbnb is beautiful. Throughout this vacation property, you'll find a whole lot of thought-out design and carefully crafted details, with shabby chic furnishings and touches of bright color on a backdrop of neutral tones.
This Vineyard Haven apartment is great for a couple's getaway, situated right in the middle of the village and close to all the coastal cuteness of the area.
It's clean, it's tidy and if that wasn't enough, the host is super helpful and is on hand with insider knowledge to make your vacay even more awesome.
Situated in Downtown Edgartown alongside other desirable properties, this huge Airbnb is a true charmer. The exteriors are classic New England—the white picket fence, the large tidy lawn, the white-washed clapboard siding.
But once you're inside, you'll be welcomed into a wonderfully renovated space that combines classic features with cool furnishings and a less-is-more approach to interior design.
It's easily one of my favorite vacation rentals in Martha's Vineyard for a family or group of friends!
With its eclectic design aesthetics and mid-century modern furnishings, this has to be one of the coolest Airbnb rentals in Oak Bluffs. You can tell someone with an eye for design has curated this place—it's done super nicely, from the chilled tones of the bedrooms to the warm, modern-rustic appeal of the living spaces.
The location is also pretty amazing, just an eight-minute stroll to the beach and a five-minute walk into town, giving you everything you need on the doorstep. The per-night price is awesome, too, once you factor in bringing along your friends or family for the ride!
Now for another charming Airbnb in Martha's Vineyard. This renovated house has the classic looking exteriors and a very modern vibe once you're through its doors.
You'll find a ton of style going on here, with mid-century modern furniture, a cool sense of design, and traditional features.
It's immaculate throughout—even down to the gorgeously landscaped yard. The location is super convenient: Downtown Edgartown is a short stroll away, and there are bike rental shops nearby to get around like to South Beach.
There you have it, people—my picks for the best Airbnbs in Martha’s Vineyard. There really are some cute places to stay on this equally cute island. If you choose any of my picks—or go for something else—let me know about it! Tag me in your Insta stories and pics (@wtfab). I’m always in need of vacay visuals!
Elise Armitage is an entrepreneur and founder of What The Fab, a travel + lifestyle blog based in California. At the beginning of 2019, Elise left her corporate job at Google to chase her dreams: being an entrepreneur and helping women find fabulous in the everyday. Since then, she’s launched her SEO course Six-Figure SEO, where she teaches bloggers how to create a passive revenue stream from their website using SEO. Featured in publications like Forbes, Elle, HerMoney, and Real Simple, Elise is a firm believer that you can be of both substance and style.