President Grant watched fireworks from the balconies of this Ocean Park mansion in 1874 and it is still the prime location for the August fireworks every year, with the best views! Steps away from a lovely sandy beach, the famous 'Cottage City' filled with tiny gingerbread houses, Oak Bluffs restaurants, night life, town center, marina, bike path, great fishing, buses to entire island and two blocks from the ferry. Located top left of the photo, on the second floor with a turret, this bright one bedroom with sitting room, ornamental wood stove, dining area and large private balcony facing the ocean offers the perfect base to see the best of Martha's Vineyard and experience the historical and the new of island life. Our beaches were listed in Condé Nast Traveler's '20 best beaches in America'!
'Tales of Tynne Inn'
'Tales of Tynne Inn' began with a little family owned Ginger Bread House in Martha's Vineyard, and now there are two! 'Tynne Inn' and 'Tynne Tucker Inn'. Tynne Tucker Inn was originally the Tucker Cottage, built by the renowned Tucker family during the 1800's. The Tuckers' guests such as President Grant made this the location to be. Now condos, Tynne Tucker Inn has became part of the 'Tynne Inn' family of quaint vacation homes.
Presidents such as Obama, Clinton, The Kennedy's and Grant have chosen Martha's Vineyard as their vacation destination. Once you visit the island you'll understand why. Oak Bluffs has everything that makes the perfect vacation. Sandy beaches, historical attractions, night life, restaurants, a marina and of course the famous August Illuminations and fireworks which brought President Grant here to this mansion during his inauguration in 1874. Should you want to experience the diversity of Martha's Vineyard, Oak Bluffs offers the perfect location to see the best of the island. Whether you want to relax on your balcony and watch the sun go down, stroll through the historical ginger bread houses or bike ride across the island to the various beaches, forests, ponds or visit beautiful Chappaquiddick this is the place for you.
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