The Tivoli inn is a beautiful Victorian gingerbread house with lots of charm and a clean and friendly atmosphere. Walking distance to town shops, restaurants, nightlife, beach, public transportation, and seasonal ferry terminals. Located in a residential setting over-looking Hiawatha Park. Complimentary continental breakfast buffet served on the lovely wrap around porch (in-season). Reasonable rates.
Room with Shared Bath
Charming room with queen bed with private bathroom.
5 on November 04, 2011
I spent a lovely weekend at the Tivoli Inn the last weekend in October. My room was charming, clean and tastefully decorated with a plump warm comforter for dream filled sleeping. My hostess Lisa Katsounakis did everything possible to make my stay special; restaurant reservations, introduction to many "locals" and tateful morning meals. I will most certainly return!
4.2 on June 16, 2009
Very nice and good location...wet and rainy, but the owner made us warm and comfortable..
5 on February 21, 2009
I've stayed at the Tivoli Inn on two occasions and both were excellent experiences. The Innkeepers are very personable and friendly. The rooms are exceptionally clean with interesting furniture and decor. It's especially nice to sit on the large and comfy front porch and watch the world go by.
5 on February 17, 2009
The Tivoli Inn is a quaint and charming Inn just a few footsteps from the sometimes bustling main drag of Circuit Ave. If you're looking for a friendly and accomodating experience the "Tiv" is a winner. A large comfortable porch greets you as you enter. There is a great out-door shower for you and your dog!! How a "bow wowt" that! Innkeepers Lisa and Lori deserve nothing less than BIG HUGE KUDOS! I've been to the Inn again and again on business, with the family and with friends and I shall return again and again. I was there Sept 08 for the fishing Derby and to gather material for watercolor inspirations. I can't say enough about the excellent experience. The Tivoli Inn is "Local Flavor" at its best. Don't miss it. Thanks Lisa and Lori!!!! Ed Winarski
2.8 on July 16, 2008
Inn was clean and front porch and outdoor shower were great amenities. Bath room share was not expected and breakfast was lacking.
Guest should always be offered a room with a shared bathroom or a private bathroom . For those on a budget a shared bathroom is recommended. The shared bathrooms are very well maintained and cost less . There is also a lovely outdoor shower available to all guest. This should of been told to the guest upon reservation as is always standard procedure. Perhaps a new employee answered the phone and we apologize for the inconvenience. As for breakfast we do not have a licensed kitchen and are only allowed to serve a continental breakfast with non-hazardous foods. The board of Health is very strict and we must comply with their laws . We have been serving the best freshly ground coffee beans daily for the past 20 years and will continue to do so. There is also an assortment of herbal teas available 24/7 along with poland spring water (hot or cold instantly). We always include a fiberous bread for the health conscience guest along with quality fruit juice. It is something to start your day and hold you over to your next meal. Perhaps someday, we will expand to get a licensed kitchen in the near future if the town can approve it.
Edgartown, Vineyard Haven, Walking distance to the beach, Island, Village
Martha's Vineyard, MA (MVY-Dukes County) 5 miles
Martha's Vineyard Airport
Beach, Nature area, Walking distance to all attractions of Oak Bluffs, Walking distance to seasonal ferry terminals!, Walking distance to public transportation!, Walking distance to the beach!, Bicycle riding trails, Boating, Fishing, Hiking trails, Seasonal ferry terminals, Shopping, Swimming, Tennis courts
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Board games, CD player, DVD Player, Library, Piano, TV, Telephone
Alarm clock, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Satellite/Cable TV, Wi-Fi
Board games, cards, books, magazines
Two Sisters Lisa and Lori Katsounakis