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Getting Here

The Menemsha Inn is located in the 300year-old fishing village of Menemsha on the Island of Martha’s Vineyard. There aren’t any bridges or tunnels leading to this island paradise, so plan your travel accordingly.

The Island encompasses six towns spread over 87 square miles. While there is public transportation and taxi service available, we recommend that you bring your vehicle or rent one here on the island.

Arriving by Sea

During the warm weather, there are a number of ferry lines that will bring you to the island. The Steamship Authority has the only ferries that carry vehicles and departs from Woods Hole, MA.

Arriving by Air

Four commercial airlines operate seasonally and year-round out of Martha’s Vineyard Airport (MVY), with a number of options for direct service. For more information on flights, airport service, transportation, and more, visit their website here.

Cape Air

Cape Air regularly serves MVY year-round from many regional locations. Some locations are seasonal only. For more information and flight schedules, click here or call 1.800.352.0714.

Delta

From May to September, Delta offers daily service to MVY from New York’s JFK International Airport. For more information regarding their scheduled service, please click here or call 1.800.221.1212.

Jet blue

From May to September, Jet Blue offers daily service to MVY from New York’s JFK International Airport. For more information regarding their scheduled service, please click here or call 1.800.538.2583.

American Airlines

American Airlines offers daily service to Martha’s Vineyard from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). For more information regarding their scheduled service, click here or call 1.800.428.4322.

Upon Arriving