NEW ENGLAND HOLIDAYS

Comprised of six states in total, the region of New England is as diverse as they come. Flying into Boston, the gateway of New England, there are a multitude of self-drive routes to take depending on whether it’s an active, beach, mountain or city holiday or a combination of all.
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New England by Sub-Region
By Sub-Region (9)


Boston

Boston is the city to visit if you are interested in exploring rich local and international culture and arts, shopping in unique and upmarket shops, d...
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Cape Cod & The Islands (Massachusetts)

Travel from Boston, the starting point of most self-drive holidays, a great place to spend a few nights before picking up a car and continuing your jo...
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Connecticut

Situated to the north of New York State and south of Massachusetts, the state of Connecticut is brimming with quaint villages, family friendly activit...
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Lenox & The Berkshires (Massachusetts)

On the western side of Massachusetts, bordering New York State, Connecticut and Vermont, is the area known as The Berkshires. A cultural hub of festiv...
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Maine Coast (Maine)

The largest state in New England, Maine truly has it all and only an hour from Boston; lakes and rivers, sand beaches, jagged coves and rocks and moun...
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Newport & Providence (Rhode Island)

The smallest of the 50 states of America, Rhode Island boasts plenty of charm. This yachting destination has great water sports, boutiques and culture...
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Stowe & Woodstock (Vermont)

A truly green state, Vermont is most suited to travellers who appreciate the outdoors, peacefulness and remote areas. Picture perfect hills, quaint vi...
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The Lakes Region (New Hampshire)

There’s more to New Hampshire than the White Mountains, the state is well known for its beautiful Lakes Region. Lake Winnipesaukee is New Hampshire’s ...
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White Mountains (New Hampshire)

A green and pretty state, head outdoors where you can discover the beauty of New Hampshire; the landscapes, waterfalls and covered bridges. The White ...
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New England Overview


Comprised of six states in total, the region of New England is as diverse as they come. Flying into Boston, the gateway of New England, there are a multitude of self-drive routes to take depending on whether it’s an active, beach, mountain or city holiday or a combination of all. There really is something for everyone on New England holidays.

With varying landscapes and highlights in each state, we recommend you pick and choose depending on your interests, to help we’ve highlighted the best of each state below. A popular time to visit the region is the famous fall foliage period starting from mid-September in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont and occurring until mid-October in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut (dates vary seasonally). Summer is also a great time and one of our favourites for enjoying the beaches of Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard. Holidays to New England can also be taken in the winters when magical Boston and the mountains of Vermont are the perfect hideaways. 


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