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Come away to the jewel of the USA East Coast with it´s gorgeous, buzzing historic cities like Boston and Plymouth, the seaside charm and breathtaking beaches of Cape Cod, Martha´s Vineyard and Nantucket Island, piles of steaming lobster and incredible statewide hikes through lushly wooded, diverse countryside. Massachusetts offers you world class museums, soaring mountains like Mt Woodlock and Mt Holyoke and beautiful New England woodland trails to explore!Massachusetts Cabins
These cabins are dotted about on Martha's Vineyard, along Cape Cod National Seashore, in and around Provincetown and Plymouth and in the south west near Great Barrington, Rockport and Gloucester. Browse a lovely selection of accommodation options that feature fully equipped, spacious, comfortably furnished interiors and superb access to local beaches and attractions. The cabin & lodge accommodation on offer features many properties with a pool, garden or terrace with a lovely view for relaxing. Find a perfect California lodge for 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 or 12 guests with several stunning large cabins options for larger groups!
Travellers and activities
Massachusetts is a haven for hikers with so many fabulous hiking routes to try! Why not begin your New England hiking with an unforgettable urban experience hiking Boston's Freedom Trail, a world famous 4 km route that meanders through Boston's historic downtown. Head to Cape Cod for the ultimate in seaside trails along the Cape Cod Rail Trail, a 35km cycling or hiking trail that connects all of the towns on the peninsula! If you are a lover of mountain and woodland scenery you will be in heaven on the stunning Harrington Trail up Mount Wachusett near the ivy league university town of Princeton. Head to the beautiful woodland slopes of 10563 metre high Mount Greylock to climb the highest mountain in Massachusetts!Massachusetts USA for history enthusiasts
Why not take an action packed history road trip beginning in Plymouth where you can explore a fascinating living history museum and see a scale replica of the Mayflower before heading to Boston to see the museums and gorgeous historic downtown! Head west to charming Concord, site of the Battle of Concord and Lexington, visit the jazz era home of the famous author Edith Wharton in lovely Lenox, see the veteran's memorial in Mount Greylock State Reservation, admire the renowned bridge of flowers in Shelburne Falls, explore the oldest farm in the USA at Bartlett Farm, Salisbury dating back to 1659 and finish your trip at the spooky House of Seven Gables, America's oldest timber frame home in Salem!
Did you know that basketball was invented by James Naismith in 1891 at the International YMCA Training School in Springfield, Massachusetts!
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This fabled, iconic summer island retreat is a Cape Cod gem of a destination perfect for an incredible summer downtime getaway surrounded by exquisite, stately, white,18th century Revival architecture. Spend a perfect weekend in gorgeous Edgartown! You will find high end luxury and style in the gorgeous small boutiques and organic diners, cafes and restaurants where you can sample New England classics such as clam chowder and smoked blue fish.2. Museum of Fine Art Boston
Boston Art museum is a bucket list destination for art lovers around the world! Head to one of the best art museums in the world that contains over 450 000 art treasures! This beautiful, iconic, neoclassical museum building seamlessly blends historical elegance with cutting edge modernity and dynamic programming. The museum houses the largest collection of Korean art outside of Korea as the world´s largest collection of Ancient Egyptian treasures and most of the paintings of Claude Monet!3. Hoosac Valley Train Ride
Fancy an unforgettably scenic hour long train ride on a 100 year old restored train through the Berkshire mountains on a route between the towns of Adam And North Adams? This is one of Massachusetts best kept secrets for autumn foliage viewing! Hop on board when the warm palette of autumn begins to glow across the lush wooded landscape for unforgettably beautiful scenery!4. Nantucket Island
Nantucket Island is a unique location for enjoying the laid back Cape Cod lifestyle. Located around 30 miles off the coast of South Cape Cod, this 22 km long and 6 km wide island has long been an iconic summer destination for well heeled Bostonians and New Yorkers who visit to enjoy the stylish charm, peace and ocean breeze of this gorgeous Atlantic Ocean island gem.The fine sand, dune backed beaches or Nantucket Island are some of the most beautiful in the USA!5. Plymouth Patuxet History Museums
Be transported back in time to 1627 to the arrival of the first USA settlers at Plimouth Plantation. This stunning, must-see living history museum features timber framed houses furnished with realistic daily objects owned by the early pilgrims as well as heritage livestock and kitchen gardens. Don´t be surprised if you run into people in historical garb role playing! You can also step aboard a fabulous, full scale reproduction of the Mayflower II, the tall ship that brought the Pilgrims to Massachusetts in 1620!6. Visit Salem
If you are in the mood for a wonderful historic atmosphere, head to Salem for the day where you can admire beautifully preserved examples of early American architecture and visit some of the oldest museums in America. There are plenty of spooky activities to enjoy in Salem! The Salem Witch Museum offers a fascinating glimpse at the witch trials of 1696 or have the living daylights scared out of you at Salem´s famous, top rated Chamber of Terror attraction. Be sure to stop at the Pirate Museum before hopping on board a sailing tour of the Salem coast on a traditional schooner!7. Relax on a Cape Cod beach
The Cape Cod peninsula is a wonderful, iconic East Coast USA seaside destination perfect for relaxing and lazy days of walking, biking, swimming and exploring. The beautiful, discreet charm of the naturally weathered wood lap architecture makes this a place you will never want to leave! Discover gorgeous white sand beaches, historical piers, shimmering boat harbours and gorgeous heritage towns like Provincetown crammed with seafood shacks and unique shops! Be sure to visit the iconic Lobster Pot for mouthwatering lobster pot pie!