What are the guest rooms like at The Charlotte Inn?

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The Charlotte Inn’s guest quarters are filed into four separate buildings, all reminiscent of early 20th-century England — the Gilded Age. Guest rooms at this Martha’s Vineyard inn are styled elegantly and classically with wallpaper and draperies featuring rich hues. You’ll find grand mirrors, four-poster beds with canopies and fine Frette linens, and all sorts of vintage pieces — beautiful antique paintings, handmade throw pillows, silver brush and mirror sets sitting on the mahogany dresser, crown molding and vintage black-and-white photos. Bathrooms are decently sized with a shower/tub, a vanity with a makeup mirror, beautiful wallpapering and crown molding. What you won’t find in The Charlotte Inn’s guest rooms is top-of-the-line technology, a mini-bar or a work desk (in most cases). There’s no mini-bar because food and beverages aren’t permitted in the well-appointed rooms. The work desk and state-of-the-art technology are omitted to allow you to truly vacation and enjoy the island. Spend your time sitting in the beautiful gardens that cover the property or wander through town’s lovely boutiques and galleries.

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