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Our Cottage

This fully furnished contemporary rental home will provide you with a vacation to remember. A few minutes drive to fantastic beaches, sand dunes, saltwater marshes, and hundreds of acres of preserved properties of the Trustees of Reservation like Cape Poge Wildlife Refuge, Poucha Pond, and Mytoi Gardens.

Built in 1972, this comfortable vacation rental home is fully furnished and ready for your arrival.

Tastefully decorated and featuring all the amenities (including wifi) for a short or long stay, our rental house can sleep up to ten (10).  Sitting on a secluded acre of land our property features a fireplace, an outdoor shower, a screened porch, and a private yard. Plus, there are many hiking paths and beaches nearby. Your whole family is sure to enjoy our "Chappy Cottage."

We are currently accepting reservations from June to December. Check our Rental Calendar for Availability.


Sleeping Arrangements

With 4 bedrooms, the Chappy Cottage sleeps up to 10 people.


You will need to bring sheets, but pillows, blankets and comforters are provided.




Bedroom 1: Queen bed, closet, dresser, & side tables
Bedroom 2: Bunk beds, twin bed, closet, dresser, card table, & iron/ironing board

Living Room: 3 couches, fireplace, TV, DVD, & VCR
Kitchen: Radio, washer/dryer, dishwasher, electric stove/oven, refrigerator/freezer, blender, microwave, toaster, coffee maker & filters, cabinets/dishes, & kitchen table/chairs
Full Bathroom: shower/tub, sink, & toilet


Bedroom 3: 3 Twin beds, closet, dresser, & side table
Bedroom 4: King bed, closet, 2 dressers, couch, side tables, & coffee table
Full Bathroom: shower/tub, sink, toilet, & hairdryer


Screened Porch: dining table & chairs as well as other outdoor furniture

In the yard: A secluded acre of land with an enclosed outdoor shower, large stone patio, gas grill, woodshed, front open porch, lush grass lawn and scrub oak/pine wooded back yard, tire swing, clothesline, & lawn furniture



Washer & Dryer

4 Beach Chairs

Things to know when you visit


Garbage removal

What you need to bring

Suggested items to bring

Health & Safety

What to bring

Local calls are OK and must include the area code of (508) before each call. We do not provide long distance phone service. Use a calling card for long-distance calls. Cell phone coverage is scattered, but seems to work well at the beaches and on Martha’s Vineyard. The Cottage phone number is: (508) 627-5977. Wifi is also included!

Garbage is picked up once a week. Trash cans are on the side of the house.

  • Sheets (Queen, Double & Twin)

  • Towels & beach towels

  • ​Toiletries

  • Food
    ​Need linens? Takemmy Linen Rental

  • Sunblock

  • Additional beach chairs (we have 4)

  • Beach blanket

  • Coolers

  • Camera

  • Insect repellent

  • Poison ivy soap (“just in case”)

  • Detailed road map
    (available at most Martha’s Vineyard grocery stores)

  • Call 911 in an emergency

  • State law requires children under 13 to wear helmets while bicycling

  • As there is very little crime, the two dangers to keep in mind while on Martha’s Vineyard and Chappaquiddick are Ticks and Poison Ivy.

Getting here

To get here, you will need to take two ferries: the Steamship Authority from Wood’s Hole and the Chappy Ferry from Edgartown. You can explore other options for getting here via plane or boat.


Get out and enjoy Martha's Vineyard your way

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