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Whether a New England romantic getaway at a classic Vermont inn, a stay by the rocky coast of Maine, lodging by a beach on Cape Cod, a "wicked awesome" Boston vacation, or a family friendly hotel in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, our New England Hotels Guide is a valuable tool in helping you find your ideal New England hotel stay.
Top Picks for New England Hotels
The Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale, New Haven CT
The Providence Biltmore,Providence RI
Ritz-Carlton, Boston MA
New England hotels, inns, bed and breakfasts and resorts we've been to and recommend
Editor's note: this section is separate from the hotel price comparison listed above
Connecticut: Inn at Woodstock Hill, Woodstock, Conn.: The Inn at Woodstock Hill in Woodstock, CT, is our favorite New England rural hotel getaway, to date. Built in 1816, the charm of this Federal/Georgian-style mansion provides the perfect, romantic setting to relax in a quiet, unspoiled scenic section of New England called Connecticut's "Quiet Corner." The rooms are unique and feature furnishings and antiques reflective of the inn's historic presence. Some rooms offer fireplaces, definitely a plus for a romantic getaway! Located in a quintessential New England town with big, old homes, a town common, churches with tall white steeples and nearby antique shops, the Inn at Woodstock Hill also features a wonderful, upscale but friendly restaurant that Connecticut Magazine awarded "Best Hotel Dining" and "Best Brunch." The Inn at Woodstock Hill ultimately provides a lodging dream-come-true for New England travelers looking for a great country inn. It's especially nice during the fall foliage season, but will do just fine for winter, spring and summer, too! Read More About the Inn at Woodstock Hill
Maine: The Katahdin Inn, York Beach This waterfront Victorian overlooking Short Sands Beach is open year-round and offers great value, caring owners and a wonderful seaside ambiance. Hard to believe that more people don't know about this special southern coastal Maine destination! Read more on The Katahdin Inn...
New Hampshire: The Henniker Motel, Henniker Located at the base of Pat's Peak Ski Area, The Henniker Motel proves that you can't judge a book by its cover. This unassuming family friendly hotel offers more than meets the eye, initially, with beautiful mountain views, an indoor pool, a cozy fireplace living room with television and comfy sofas, and an outdoor patio that overlooks that overlooks Mt. Kearsarge. Read more about The Henniker Motel...
Rhode Island: William's Grant Inn, Bristol Historic and filled with charm, the William's Grant Inn makes for an ideal romantic New England getaway in the beautiful, quaint historic coastal town of Bristol. Located on a quiet tree-lined street, the William's Grant inn is easily walkable to all the great little shops and restaurants -- as well as the harbor -- in the downtown district. Read more on the William's Grant Inn...
Vermont: Smugglers' Notch Resort, Jeffersonville Smugglers' Notch is way more than a ski resort... it's an indoor/outdoor winter wonderland of sorts. Indoor pools, snowmobile tours, painting classes, theFunZone Family Entertainment & Recreation Center (complete with an arcade and obstacle course), and more, make a vacation at Smugglers' Notch a well-rounded one. Plus, the Treasures Childcare Center, ski lessons for all ages and levels, and free lift tickets for kids 5 and under, make it a practical one, too. The ski chalets here are incredibly spacious and roomy enough for families of all sizes, though they are considered timeshare units and can be expensive, it is possible book them for budgeted prices. Many individual owners will rent out their units when they can't use their week, a popular marketplace you can find these on is a company called SellMyTimeshareNow.com. Read more about Smugglers' Notch timeshare rentals...
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