This was our home base during our stay on the Vineyard. It was my third stay at the Oak Bluffs Inn and my Sister's second.
Pretty flowers at the entrance. A welcome sight after we walked from the ferry.
We sat on this porch morning and night. Every night there was a pitcher of lemonade with mint awaiting us. And a plate of chocolate chip cookies.
I walked around the Inn and took some shots.
We stayed in the suite with the balcony in 2003.
Aren't the colors pretty?
The Inn has some great architectural elements.
Let's go upstairs to my room.
My room was #6 and my sister was in #4. I had a private bath across the hall from my room.
This is my sister's bathroom.
Here's my room. Love the armoire. Thank God for a/c. It was really hot the first two days of the trip.
My bed was extremely comfortable. I slept like a baby every night!
A delicious breakfast was laid out every morning. Cereal, bagels, croissants, fruit,
yogurt, granola, and usually a warm coffeecake plus juice, coffee and tea.
I want that chandelier!
We met the other Inn guests at breakfast and they were the sweetest people!
And this cool clock would look fantastic in my living room! Too hard to bring home on the Ferry though. Nah, I wouldn't do that, I like the innkeepers too much. Eric and Rhonda were really fun and interesting and they made sure our stay was perfect.
A nice comfortable sitting area. I really like the cafe curtains on half of the window.
Here's the breakfast area by night. Lemonade and cookies for all! I really enjoyed the addition of mint to the lemonade. I shall try this at home.
A shot of the living room. Sunflowers really add a nice cheery touch. Another great clock.
I love these bathing beauties. I saw some last year in Ogunquit, Maine. I should have bought one because I can't find them this year.
The location of the Inn is perfect for those attending Illumination Night. You can walk to the campground where the event takes place. No worries about traffic!
I hope you enjoyed your tour. I am sure we will return to the Oak Bluffs Inn.