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6. Edgartown, Massachusetts | Best Attractions, Dining, and Lodging

6. Edgartown, Massachusetts | Best Attractions, Dining, and Lodging
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6. Edgartown, Massachusetts | Best Attractions, Dining, and Lodging
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Here are Yankee Magazine‘s picks for the best places to stay, eat, and see for Edgartown, Massachusetts, ranked #6 Beach Town in New England.

Where to Stay in Edgartown, Massachusetts

Hob Knob
This 17-room hotel tucked into a 19th-century Gothic Revival home has both the luxury and the green touches to stake a simultaneous claim to ecological stewardship and sheer comfort. Think of it as Jay Gatsby meets Al Gore.


Where to Eat in Edgartown, Massachusetts:

Lure Restaurant
Traveling with your little ones? At the Winnetu Oceanside Resort, you can enjoy a family meal without dropping your dining standards. Kids get the pizza, chicken fingers, tacos, while you get to enjoy a full menu of local seafood, island-raised lamb, and other exceptional “farm-to-table” dishes.


Great Attraction in Edgartown, Massachusetts

Cape Poge Natural History Tour
Experience Chappaquiddick Island’s 4-mile barrier beach up close on this three-hour journey by over-sand vehicle, from wave-swept shores populated with oystercatchers and plovers to cedar-covered expanses protecting small mammals. The highlight? A remote 1893 lighthouse, whose periodic relocation mirrors the ever-changing landscape.


Don’t Miss

Mad Martha’s
Great beach towns need great homemade ice cream. The go- to place for the double dip cone to enjoy during your stroll over to the docks.

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See recommendations for the other 24 best beach towns in New England.

Updated Friday, June 15th, 2012

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