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30+ friends and family joined Caleb at The Dockside for a weeklong celebration of love and laughter. We travelled from Oregon, Florida, California, Nevada, Indiana, Virginia, Washington, Rhode Island to be there and the experience was magical. The Dockside is the perfect place to experience...More
We love this place. We stay here in season and in the off season as well. Will be back this winter for sure. I love how close it is to the beaches and the great restaurants in OB as well as being close to the...More
The Dockside Inn is a true gem with a wonderful location. I would not stay anywhere else on Martha’s Vineyard! The owner Caleb and John made us feel at home. Lots of great things about this place. A pick up from the ferry in the...More
First trip to Martha's Vineyard - Oak Bluffs is near the ferry, so picturesque. The staff at the inn made sure I had a great room, gave me flexibility on check out ( I stayed an extra day). The amenities in the room were perfect...More
The Dockside has a great location in Oak Bluffs - right near the ferry and all the restaurants and shops in Oak Bluffs.
The bed was very comfortable, the room size was fine. Having a place to sit outside was a plus.
We used the...More
Oh, absolutely! Just one block from the Dockside Inn is a five mile long nearly uninterrupted beach along Nantucket Sound stretching from Oak Bluffs to Edgartown, including the famous "Jaws Bridge" and beach. And the... More
Oh, absolutely! Just one block from the Dockside Inn is a five mile long nearly uninterrupted beach along Nantucket Sound stretching from Oak Bluffs to Edgartown, including the famous "Jaws Bridge" and beach. And the Dockside has complimentary beach chairs, coolers, and towels for guest use!
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"Rooms on the 2nd and 3rd floor are quietest-as well as the Carriage House rooms"