HGTV Dream Home 2015: Martha's Vineyard
Get excited because HGTV Dream Home 2015 is headed to Martha’s Vineyard, MA!
The custom-built, fully furnished home is part of a grand-prize package valued at more than $2 million. This year’s Dream Home is accessible only by boat or plane and resides in the ultimate getaway – 1 mile from the beach on Martha’s Vineyard, an island just off the coast of Cape Cod that is highlighted by historic landmarks, lighthouses, charming neighborhoods and pristine beaches.
Already picturing yourself living the dream in Martha’s Vineyard? Stay inspired and check out all of our recommendations for things to do, places to eat and more in Martha’s Vineyard and Cape Cod.
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Travel expert Samantha Brown explores both Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard in one weekend. See her Top 5 moments and recreate her favorite experiences.
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As summer commences, crowds swarm Martha's Vineyard in droves, but respite can be found in the Vineyard's far eastern reaches -- up-island, as it's known locally.
Oak Bluffs in Martha's Vineyard
The town of Oak Bluffs in Marthas Vineyard is a unique stop to look at old-fashioned cottages. The history dates back to a religious settlement.
Named for the abundance of cod off its shores, Cape Cod -- or "the Cape," as locals refer to it -- has been a travel destination for nearly 400 years.
Ocean House Restaurant
Foodies will find plenty to love about Cape Cod. Here are some of the vacation destination's best restaurants.
Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club
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Find Whales in Cape Cod
Take a trip to Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Go whale watching at Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, one of the densest areas of marine life in the world.