Welcome to the Winnetu Oceanside Resort at South Beach, Edgartown

Martha’s Vineyard’s only hotel located at the beach – just a bicycle ride or water taxi trip away from restaurants and shopping on Main Street in Edgartown. We do not charge additional resort or parking fees!

View of the Island Queen High-Speed Ferry Sailing Through the Atlantic Ocean En Route to Martha's Vineyard

Pre-Reserve Your Pick-Up at the Island Queen Ferry

View of Little Girls Throwing Beach Balls Up in the Air at the Winnetu Oceanside Resort Swimming Pool

Large Heated Family Swimming Pool & Separate Adult Hot Tub

View of Dad Playfully Throwing & Catching His Baby on the Sandy Path to South Beach at the Winnetu

Located at Spectacular South Beach

People Sitting at a Table with a Checkered Tablecloth Enjoying an Old-Fashioned New England Clambake at The Dunes Restaurant at the Winnetu

New England Clambakes - Kids' Club for Dining - Ocean-View Deck - Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

View of People Departing the Water Taxi Cruise at the Dock at South Beach by the Winnetu

Water Taxi Cruise to Edgartown - Day Trip to Nantucket - Lighthouse Tours - Relaxing Massages

Girls Standing on the Antique Fire Truck at the Winnetu Oceanside Resort

Children's Day & Evening Programs - Tennis Club With Six Courts & Pro - Antique Fire Truck Rides

The Winnetu Oceanside Resort has received many accolades…None more important than the feedback and loyalty of our guests who return year after year!

#1 rated hotel on TripAdvisor® for Martha’s Vineyard. You can check us out on US News & World Report’s 2019 “Best of” Awards, Boston magazine’s 2018 “Best of Boston” awards, Conde Nast Traveler in their 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards & the Family Vacation Critic in their “2017 Favorite Hotels”.


The Nantucket Hotel

What truly stands out at the Winnetu… is the graciousness of the staff, particularly when it comes to the smallest guests. The Resort offers a long menu of complimentary children’s activities…One couple I met… told me they had traveled all around the world and had never felt as welcome as a family anywhere else.

Indagare Magazine