These inns on Martha’s Vineyard are a must-see
Indeed, Hajjar has transformed the landscape in the quaint village of Edgartown with the immaculate inns and will continue to, as her latest acquisition includes the storied Edgartown Inn. A favorite of many locals for decades, Hajjar’s vision for this property is less transformative, and with the help again from Rachel Reider, she intends to honor the history in subtle ways. The community will have to wait until the second half of 2019 to see what she has up her sleeve.
This gracious hostess has much to be thankful for, but she says there are two things that she hears from her guests that make her infinitely happy. “I love it when people tell me they feel like they are staying in their own home. And when they say they can’t wait until they return the following season.”
And, as far as the fourth child of the Hajjars, by no means was he forgotten. Chuck and Anne’s initial foray into the hotel business began years ago in Boston with the Charlesmark Hotel, named of course, after their first born.
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