New England is comprised of six states: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. Though many consider that it is at its most glorious in the fall, New England is a wonderful travel destination at all times of the year, because of its history, its special relationship with the sea, its back roads and scenic beauty, its changing seasons, and the great diversity between traveling the coast and the valleys and mountains. On our website we feature a wonderful selection of New England hotels, luxury inns, bed and breakfasts and romantic resorts. Our list of New England lodging accommodations and places to stay represents our selection of the best properties for New England travel. A wide range of New England lodging are included: some are great bargains, others very costly; some are in cities, others in remote locations; some are quite sophisticated, others extremely simple; some are decorated with opulent antiques, others with furniture from grandma’s attic; some are large hotels, others have only a few rooms. The common denominator is that each place has some special quality that makes it appealing. The descriptions are intended to give you an honest appraisal of each property so that you can select accommodation based on personal preferences. nnWe have driven the back roads and scoured the cities of New England to develop four driving itineraries throughout the region. These itineraries explore; our history from Boston to Lexington and Concord, the scenic coast of Maine, the fishing harbors of Cape Cod and enticing islands of Nantucket andn the back road beauty of New Hampshire, Vermont and Connecticut. Our time consuming research, driving the long ardous miles as well as witnessing the beautiful scenery and eating the magnificent food are reasons Karen Brown is considered one of the best travel guides.
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