"I want our guests to feel as though Hob Knob is their summer island home," said owner Maggie White. "They are a very important part of the Hob Knob's tradition and history."
The hotel's legacy is one of not only luxury and comfort, but also a commitment to environmental sustainability and Martha's Vineyard's agricultural heritage.
In-room recycling, kitchen composting, the use of non-toxic cleaning products, and energy saving CFL lighting systems are just a few of the many eco-technologies and sustainable practices the hotel employs. Rooms also feature all the modern comforts one could hope for, including air conditioning, DVD players, flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi Internet in each room. Fresh cut flowers, English chintz and hand selected antique furniture give each room an extra touch of elegance. However, it is the organic farm-to-table breakfasts, fresh daily baked goods for afternoon tea, the working farm tours and the many other island exploration activities tailored to the guest's interests that provide each individual with the opportunity to experience the island like an Islander, leaving them with an authentic connection between the physical and cultural environment of Martha's Vineyard.
Whether you stay in one of the 17-rooms in the Hob Knob or prefer the exclusive privacy of your very own Hob Knob House, every guest can expect individualized Hob Knob hospitality and modern luxury amenities in a relaxed atmosphere that embraces the Vineyard lifestyle. Their Rejuvenation Spa delivers pure and expert relaxation in a peaceful architectural space.
The Hob Knob is a 19th century gothic revival home transformed into the island's premier eco-boutique hotel. For more information please contact Jan Smith at 508-627-9510 or jsmith ( @ ) hobknob dot com dot
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