Explore over 300 member properties ranging from the smallest New England country inns to the most exclusive hotels and resorts, state by state.
From memorable city kayak runs to hard core climbing New England offers endless ways to keep you moving - and exploring - all year long.
Six Cape towns and several National Seashore beaches are part of the itinerary of the 22-mile paved Cape Cod Rail Trail.
Chatham Pier Fish Market
The chowder is divine but it’s the setting that will keep you coming back for seconds.
AWSC Chatham Shark Center
You’re going to need an extra hour at this lively museum and educational center, which puts its focus on great white sharks.
Greyfinch Chatham Inn
Modern amenities meet coastal charm at this 30-room Cape retreat.
Chatham Bars Inn
Get the full Cape experience (water views, delectable seafood, golf and spa treatments) without leaving the grounds.
Mystic’s rich maritime history comes alive as you trim your sails and explore the area’s coastal beauty, nearby islands, and captivating lighthouses.
To-die-for oysters, pasture-raised beef and arguably the finest lobster roll in town are all served up at this seafood-focused favorite.
Mystic Seaport Museum
The nation's leading maritime museum gives visitors an up-close view at four National Historic Landmark vessels as well as a working preservation yard.
Mystic’s only on-the-water hotel is also centrally located.
Business travelers and families have a home at this property, which is within easy walking distance to the famous aquarium.
Lincoln Woods State Park caters to rock climbers of all abilities and offers the chance to test your skills year-round.
The lines start early at this famed bakery, where its gorgeous donuts are almost as beautiful to look at as they are to eat. Almost.
East Bay Bike Path
Keep the action rolling on this scenic 15-mile trek between Providence and Bristol.
Treat yourself to the luxury you deserve at this centrally-located hotel.
Newport Harbor Island Resort
Beautiful water views and exquisite service help define this hotel, located on an island just off its namesake city.
Eastern Massachusetts’ largest recreational open space spans 33 islands and peninsulas, giving sea kayakers a number of delightful landing spots.
High Street Place
Blackbird Doughnuts, Hayley Jane’s Fried Chicken, Gracenote Coffee and Mamaleh’s Deli all make their address at this acclaimed food hall.
View Boston at Prudential Center
Keep on moving to the 52nd floor of the Pru, where Boston’s cityscape comes into complete focus.
Luxury touches abound at this hotel, which resides in a turn-of-the-century Beaux-Arts building in Boston’s historic Beacon Hill.
The Revolution Hotel
Stylish value is at the heart of this boutiquey South End favorite.
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