Captain Morse House is a luxury vacation rental home located on beautiful Martha's Vineyard
The Captain Morse House seen from North Water Street - summer days spent on the porch are not wasted.
We are just up from Edgartown's North Wharf which was once owned by Captain Morse.
The beautiful staircase off of the front entrance
The front living room opens up onto the front porch on North Water Street.
The front Family Room next to the living room.
The front dining room
Have a relaxing evening in the backyard or entertain a large group of family and friends
An Expansive Back yard right next to the bricked patio.
Master Bedroom - The Captain Morse House is available for weekly rentals all year long, see 'BOOKING' for more info
Middle Bedroom - The Captain Morse House accommodates up to 23 people in it's 11 bedrooms
The front kitchen. There are two kitchens available at the Captain Morse House
The back kitchen serves a separate back living room and dining area.
The third floor has 3 singles and this large double bedroom.
Night approaches on Morse and North Water.
Current SpecialsOpen Dates
Sunday March 30 through Saturday April 19 Weekly from $4,950 to $5,950
Monday May 12 through Sunday May 18th
Monday June 1 through Sunday June 15 Weekly from $6,950 to $8,950
Sunday July 6 through Sunday August 3rd Weekly $16,000
Tuesday September 2 through Monday September 8 $8,950
Monday September 15 through Sunday November 30 from $5,950 to $8,950
Martha's VineyardEdgartown is Martha's Vineyards most picturesque community. The harbor is central to the life of the town and our house is just up from Edgartown's North Wharf.
Captain Morse HouseThe Captain Morse House sits at the corner of Morse and North Water Streets in Edgartown. Build by John O. Morse in 1830 the home is a Vineyard icon and a registered National Historic Landmark.
Exciting EventsEdgartown's 4th of July parade viewed from our front porch. Guests can enjoy several exciting events on island such as parades, concerts, plays, regattas, fireworks and sports.
The home features 11 bedrooms and 7 full baths on three floors, a formal living room, dining room, family room, game room, and 2 new gourmet kitchens all tastefully decorated with period decor. Current accommodations are for 23 people in 14 beds. There are 3 queens and 2 California twins that can be converted to kings.
At the Captain Morse House you are enveloped in the history of the island and walking in the footsteps of the men and women that made Edgartown a successful whaling center. Captain Morse built this home himself after making a small fortune whaling and bringing wood from Maine to the island.