Reasons to enjoy a Massachusetts vacation rental:
This state is famous the world over and has plenty to offer for a Massachusetts vacation rental as well as a rich and colourful history. The Pilgrims were the first European settlers and arrived at Plymouth
Rock in the early 1600’s. Massachusetts has played its fair share in the forging of the values of the USA
and is associated with patriots such as John Hancock who was central to the move for Independence from Great Britain
and the outbreak of the American Revolution. Furthermore the State has played a major part in the abolitionist movement and was the first state to abolish slavery and is the birthplace of John F. Kennedy.
is the main city in Massachusetts and is awash with things to do. Try a city break with a Boston apartment or townhouse rental. It has a rich history and a trip to the Kennedy Library and Museum is a must whilst here along with a visit to the Children’s Museum. Being at the centre of the American Revolution there are many reminders of Boston’s great heritage so don’t forget to check out the Freedom Trail. Take a stroll to Faneuil Hall and see the shops and arts and crafts and food in this area. See the waterfronts and experience the famous clam chowder!! Boston really is a fantastically beautiful city so just take a stroll along the streets and through the parks and take it all in, perhaps stopping for your own tea party or a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts. Maybe you can take a walk over to Cambridge and find one of the world’s most famous Universities, Harvard, the leading Ivy League university in America.
But as special as the Greater Boston area is, there is so much more to Massachusetts. Check out the area north of Boston and the Merrimack Valley. See the places behind the names of Concord and Lexington, fundamental to the American Revolution. See miles of beautiful rugged coastline and explore the infamous Salem Witch Trials.
Head into central Massachusetts and be ready to be beguiled by the amazing countryside and the Monadnock and Wachusett Mountains. Visit Old Sturbridge Village, which will give you a real, feel of life in the early 1800’s and will really prick your imagination.In Western Massachusetts there is still more beautiful and scenic countryside to be had. Check out the Mohawk Trail or visit Greater Springfield and all it has to offer from family entertainment through to great restaurants.
South of Boston there are more great beaches and the famous Plymouth Rock. Go whale watching from the harbour or visit the famous Plymouth Plantation for at taste of pilgrim life. Take in the New Bedford Whaling Museum and really get a feel for how tough an existence this was for all concerned.
Somehow you will have to find time to take a trip to Cape Cod
, Nantucket Island or the famous Martha’s Vineyard
, - all wonderful places to spend a Massachusetts vacation rental. Cape Cod will offer a laid back break with great, rolling sand dunes and wonderful beaches to take advantage of a beach house rental. There are facilities here to cater for all ages and tastes. Or visit Martha's Vineyard with its quaint architecture and wonderful dining and wines and exciting nightlife. Thirty miles offshore there is Nantucket Island with its copious conservation land and attractive cobbled streets.This state has so much to offer for a wonderful holiday and a Massachusetts vacation rental is thoroughly recommended.