Newburyport is famous for the number of buildings built in the Federal style, and the Clark Currier Inn is one of the city's finer examples. The building is actually two homes in one.
D.W's Oceanside Inn is a small elegant lodging overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and the beautiful sandy beaches along New Hampshire's 18 mile coastline. The Inn is a quiet respite located at the edge of the busy summer tourist area of Hampton Beach.
Built in 1740, this family-owned and operated New England Inn continues to deliver quality service to guests from around the world. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, it is our goal to make you feel at home!
The Ipswich Bed and Breakfast is in the heart of Ipswich's historic district. We are within walking distance to town. The house, built by Robert Jordan in 1863, is a wonderful example of a Victorian home, with fine Italianate detail.
The Emerson Inn By the Sea is a newly renovated, handsome white clapboard inn, which once welcomed Ralph Waldo Emerson into its peace and comfort. Also available are two seaside cottages.
Whether you want to get away, go on vacation or hold a small business retreat, the Quarterdeck Inn By The Sea is the place, where any closer to the ocean you would have to be in a boat.
Comfortable, romantic Inn with easy access to or from Boston by train. Short stroll to beaches, shops, galleries and restaurants. Lovely view of ocean and mill pond from cupola at top of house.
Under new ownership. Southern New Hampshire's premier B&B. Beautiful historic 1850 Colonial "Italianate" Style house set on two acres of gardens with many original features combined with the highest levels of modern comfort and amenities.
Cozy 1790 Colonial home in the quiet seaside village of Rockport. Hospitable & comfortable year' round lodging. Renowned home-baked breakfast. Antiques, quilts, gardens, pool, non-smoking. 2002 Editor's Pick Award - Yankee Magazine. AAA rated: 3 DIAMONDS!
Of all the inn's delights, our elegant four course breakfast is what guests talk about and remember most. Built in 1766, the Inn is ideally located to Rockport's enchanting village. An hour drive from Boston, Portsmouth, Lexington and Concord.