There is a long history behind bed and breakfast accommodation
in the U.S. dating back to the early settlers. Refuge
was sought by traveling pioneers in homes, inns and taverns.
Since bed and breakfasts are often found in buildings
which used to be or still are home to the owners, no two
are alike. Unique characteristics which define the individual
personality of each bed and breakfast is what attracts
tourists to this type of accommodation. A Massachusetts
bed and breakfast isn't any different. Massachusetts
bed and breakfast accommodations can be found spread right
across the state.
The College Club of Boston is a Massachusetts bed and
breakfast that offers 12 guest rooms all immaculately
decorated with handsome period antiques, fresh decor and
amenities such as wireless internet, free local calls,
and complimentary continental breakfasts. This Massachusetts
bed and breakfast is situated in Boston's historic Back Bay and is within walking distance of Beacon
Hill, the Theater District, Copley Square and many restaurants
and shops. Rates vary in different seasons so check before
When searching for bed and breakfasts Massachusetts why not try Julietta House in Gloucester. Julietta House lies in the core of downtown Gloucester right on the edge of the Historic District and within walking distance to whale watching from Gloucester Harbor. Dining, art galleries, museums and shops on Main Street are all close by as well. With this bed and breakfasts Massachusetts design each room is casual yet elegant and amenities include queen or king size beds, air conditioning, TV, wireless internet, guest fridge ,private bath and some distant harbor views. Staying at Julietta House is almost like living in a classic novel. Rates run from $125 and up but confirm prices before reserving.
Bed and breakfasts Massachusetts boasts vary but most have modern amenities and competitive rates for guests. The Davenport House Bed and Breakfast in New Bedford was originally built in 1912 and is one of the few a rare examples of Jacobethan architecture in the city. With Boston only 55 miles away and Provincetown a mere 35 miles west, guests often stop in New Bedford on their way to the Cape Cod area.
Davenport House features a classic front parlor, a large
mahogany piazza, formal dining room and beautiful and
relaxing veranda. One of the things to do is attend one
of New Bedford's many fun festivals or take a day
trip to Marthas Vineyard or Nantucket. This Massachusetts
bed and breakfasts nearby attractions include the New
Bedford Whaling Museum, the New Bedford Art Museum and
Rotch-Jones-Duff House & Garden Museum among a few.
Massachusetts bed and breakfasts can combine history,
education, leisure and sports in one exciting and also
completely relaxing holiday. Jump from a more traditional
holiday accommodation such as a hotel and stay in Massachusetts
bed and breakfast. Take a break from cookie-cutter
hotels and try Massachusetts bed and breakfasts for a
combination of relaxed and comfortable atmospheres,
rich history, unique amenities and attentive services
with the utmost in guest consideration. Its difficult
not to come away feeling refreshed and spirited.