Lambert's Cove Inn Sells for $6.45 Million
The historic Lambert’s Cove Inn in West Tisbury has been sold for $6.45 million.
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Lambert’s Cove Inn Buyers Pledge Better Neighbor Relations
At a liquor license hearing Wednesday, the prospective buyers of the Lambert’s Cove Inn found themselves in the midst of wary neighbors with a litany of complaints over past practices at the inn.
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Lambert's Cove Inn License Hearing Postponed
The public hearing scheduled for Dec. 29 will instead take place Jan. 12.
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South Shore Hoteliers Set to Buy Lambert's Cove Inn
The Lambert’s Cove Inn will soon change hands, with hoteliers Jon and Stephanie Saunders of Cohasset set to buy the West Tisbury country inn in early January, pending a liquor license transfer.
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Lambert’s Cove Inn Goes Up for Sale
The Lambert’s Cove Inn went on the market for sale last week with an asking price of $6.9 million. The historic country inn and restaurant in West Tisbury is owned by John and Keya Cain.
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Vogue Story Spotlighting Vineyard Wedding Is Quickly Taken Down
Noah Asimow
A slick, full-color Vogue magazine spread spotlighting a glamorous Martha’s Vineyard destination wedding was published online and then abruptly taken down Tuesday night.
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Lambert’s Cove Inn Approved for Outdoor Dining
West Tisbury selectmen gave the Lambert’s Cove Inn permission to serve food and alcohol outdoors this summer.
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Zoning Board Denies Lambert's Cove Inn Expansion
Holly Pretsky

The West Tisbury zoning board of appeals this week denied a request from the Lambert’s Cove Inn to expand by adding guest cabins on the property.

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New Owners of Lambert's Cove Inn Want to Expand
Holly Pretsky
The new owners of the Lambert’s Cove Inn hope to expand their facilities with the construction of five new guest cabins, they told the West Tisbury zoning board of appeals Thursday evening.
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Holding Hands With History at the Lambert's Cove Inn
Mary Jane Carpenter
The Lambert’s Cove Inn has been purchased once again, and according to all reports will be the repository of the new owner’s hopes and dreams.
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