The Charlotte Inn
Scale of 90-100
Atmospheric family-owned enclave set amid gardens in the seaside colonial village of Edgartown, famous for its Greek Revival houses built by wealthy whalers in the 19th century. The 19 spacious Edwardian-style lodgings occupy several annexes furnished with antiques, original oil paintings, Frette linens and brass fixtures; some include working fireplaces, garden patios and private entrances. Request Rooms 1, 12 or 14 or the Coach House Suite. An intimate restaurant serves seasonal French-inspired New England cuisine in a glass-paned conservatory dining room or on an outside terrace. The Vineyard is reached by car ferry from Woods Hole (45 minutes) or by air from Boston, New York and Nantucket. No children under age 12.
Read the full review from our editors.
While the setting may be formal, the tone is congenial and tranquil.
Some may object to the prohibition of the use of cell phones and computers in public areas.
Good to Know
Parking is extremely limited.
The Charlotte Inn Features:
- Fly fishing
- Horseback riding
Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):
Lowest Rate: Superior Queen Room, $650; Editor’s Choice: Suite, $950.
Rates include afternoon tea, parking and Wi-Fi.
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