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It’s where America started, so we reckon it’s where you should start when begin your travel adventures in the US of A. Here’s our choice of the best places to stay in Massachusetts - this New England state, where old world hospitality is second nature.
By American standards, this is as old as it gets: The first European settlement was founded by the Pilgrim Father at Plymouth in 1620. That momentous arrival set a pattern of national leadership that endures to this day.
First a farming, fishing and whaling centre, then the original American industrial heartland, the state’s inspirational reinvention in the late 20th Century as a high-tech and artistic powerhouse even has a name “The Massachusetts Miracle”, a blueprint for rustbelt-reinvention throughout the world. Now there is more IT brain power – not to mention investors’ cash– in the Greater Boston area than in some major European nations.
More important to visitors, there is so much history crammed into its 10,000-plus square miles (tiny by US standards), that the visitor can’t help encountering it at every turn.
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is justifiably proud of its full-colour palette of attractions and experiences, and its hotel offering reflects the patina of class and character that gives Mass. its mass appeal. The best places to stay in Massachusetts are scattered from the great port city of Boston, to the academic groves of Cambridge, to the rolling hills of the Berkshires, to the witch-haunted town of Salem, to the nature trails of the state’s colourfully-wooded rural western hinterland and the fabled beaches of Cape Cod and the elite playground of Martha’s Vineyard.
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1926 classic New England home away from home among maple trees and Amherst College. Antique furnishing, fine linens and modern bathrooms make up the unique rooms. 30 Boltwood offers American cuisine with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Perfect spot for a weekend break or a history buffs dream.
Historic 1850s inn minutes from the beautiful Belmont Road Beach on Cape Cod. The rooms are simple and modern, with chic leather furnishings and bold colours. The inn is secluded and features a peaceful outdoor pool and garden with fireplace. It is also committed to being eco-friendly.
In an archetypal, quaint colonial town, on the charming tree-lined main street surrounded by gorgeous 18th and 19th century homes, sits this delightful inn. You are housed in the main building or the carriage house in cosy, yet elegant rooms. The restaurant serves only locally sourced fresh dishes.
Cape Cd, Massachusetts
Luxurious seaside hotel with an elegant nautical feel offering ocean view suites, contemporary bedrooms and private beach front cottages. A smart evening dining area with fine cuisine and romantic sunset views. Activities to suit all the family at this refined seafront resort.
18th Century colonial house sitting on 20 acres of Atlantic coastline. Light and luxurious rooms rest in a manicured garden with golf course, pools and tennis court. Award winning Twenty-Eight Atlantic offers locally sourced ingredients and changing menu, Thoreau's tavern in style and Libaytion bar.
This adult-only boutique has a spa, pool and Herring Cove Beach close-by. Large, light rooms offer comfortable beds and modern bathrooms. Indulge in fine wine and dinning at Pointe Restaurant and Wine Bar, or head to a quaint cafe in town. Fantastic break for local history, beach life and activities
This homely yet elegant B&B sits right at the 'elbow' of Cape Cod- with private beach and dock spilling into beautiful Pleasant Bay. The decor is unique and ultimately very chic, the nine spacious and light rooms are comfortable and command breathtaking views of the bay and flower gardens.
Built at the end of America’s 'Gilded Age', the Inn is a Select Registry property and the decor is in keeping with this period. Think antique furnishings and bedroom fireplaces. Enjoy the outdoor heated pool and beautiful gardens while lying in a hammock. Ultimate pampering and relaxation!
This charming 18th century inn sits on two acres of parkland ground with a spacious patio, gazebo, and tennis court. The house still has many original features, such as New England shuttered windows, wooden flooring and even a secret passageway! Antique furnishings add to old world charm.
This historic B&B will transport you to another era, where High Tea is served at four o'clock and your every need is taken care of. The decor is an eclectic mix of antique furnishings, opulent wallpapers, four poster beds, and contemporary comforts. The perfect romantic escape!
Elegant 18th-century mansion located in the heart of the historic Marblehead town center. Exposed wooden beams, antique furnishings, original raise panel windows and crackling fires transport you back to another time. The ultimate luxurious experience.
A tasteful Victorian B&B in the historic beach-side town of Sandwich. Original antique furnishing, curved wooden staircases, and 11 foot ceilings. Each spacious and elegant suite comes with an en suite and some have private balconies with sea views. Vintage feel with contemporary comforts.
A charming clapboard mansion, overlooking the harbour on Martha's Vineyard. Rooms are cosy, understated and elegant with huge windows, hard wood floors and bright cheerful colours. The sit out terrace commands incredible views of the bay. Full of natural charm and 'that island feeling!'
A pretty B&B right on the coast of Rockport, Massachusetts. The hotel commands uninterrupted views of the bay and is peppered with places where you can sit and soak up the view. The rooms are quaint and cosy with large windows and seating areas facing the sea. An ideal ocean side hideaway.
A beautifully restored 1780 Sea Captains home, minutes from Paine's Creek Beach. Rooms follow a cosy white on white style, with a nautical twist. Yummy home cooked breakfast is served in the quaint dining room or sit out terrace overlooking the gardens. Homely, warm and effortlessly elegant.