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Vacation Rentals in Massachusetts

Staying at a vacation rental in Massachusetts is an excellent idea especially if you are traveling with your family or a large group. Massachusetts vacation rentals not only offer more space but also more privacy, most of the times at a better rate than an Massachusetts hotel room. At an Massachusetts vacation rental you will feel just like at home, but with a variety of amenities that will make your vacation an unforgettable experience.

Things to do in Massachusetts

Often referred to as "The Gateway to England," Massachusetts offers a wide variety of entertainment alternatives. From Boston and MIT to Provincetown, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket, those staying at a Boston vacation home will never run out of things to do.


A must see while staying at a Massachusetts vacation rental, Boston is one of the most beautiful cities of the state and the country. The Berkshire Mountains offer excellent ski opportunities while the New England Aquarium is an excellent alternative for those traveling with kids. Sports fanatics will love watching a Red Sox game at the Fenway Park and science enthusiasts will have a blast at the Boston Museum of Science.


Home to 100,000 people living in a 6.5 mile radius, Cambridge is one of the most multicultural communities of the state and the United States. It is located only two miles away from Boston and it is home to the worldwide recognized universalities such as Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Numerous events and cultural activities take place during the year at this enticing city.


Located south of Hyannis Port, Nantucket is the perfect destination for those looking for a tranquil vacation. This beautiful island is home to numerous luxurious Massachusetts resorts and can only be accessed by Ferry. It has a casual atmosphere and favorite visitors' pastimes include shopping and dinning.


Those looking for a nature encounter while visiting a Massachusetts vacation home should head to Provincetown. This harbor town sits on a sandbank at the northern tip of Cape Cod and offers visitors incredible landscapes, prime fishing opportunities, acclaimed National Parks and museums among many other things.

Martha's Vineyard

With a unique European flair, this beautiful place will surely amaze any traveler staying at a Massachusetts bed and breakfast. It is comprised of six towns with incredible natural attractions that add to the charm of the area. Its only mode of transportation is the ferry and some of the most common activities among visitors are camping and fishing.

World Known Top Events in the State of Massachusetts

28th Boston Harborfest 2009
Boston, July 1-5

Bright Nights at Forest Park/ Spirit of Springfield
Springfield, Nov. 25-Jan. 2

Eastern States Exposition—The Big E
West Springfield, Sept. 18-Oct. 4

National Cranberry Festival
Carver, Oct. 11-13

Provincetown Portuguese Festival
Provincetown, June 25-28
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