Lovely Seaside Inns Sprinkled Throughout New England


If you’re looking for a relaxing and romantic getaway for a special occasion, or simply a little tranquility to re-charge your batteries alone or with a loved one, you won’t be disappointed by any one of the following beautiful seaside inns. Enjoy!

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The Red Inn, Provincetown, MA
http://theredinn.com/
Built in 1805 on beautiful Provincetown Harbor, The Red Inn has welcomed guests since 1915, including President and Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, celebrities, dignitaries, and — most importantly — everyday guests. Today The Red Inn is known around the world for offering premiere accommodations in a spectacular setting.
The Beach Plum Inn and Restaurant, Menemsha, MA
http://www.beachpluminn.com/
Perched atop the Vineyard Sound, since 1950, the 13-room inn’s simple accommodations provide a quiet respite and the stillness of up-island living. A path winding past chickens leads down to the beach in the 350-year old fishing village of Menemsha. Lodging options include rooms, private cottages and homes.
Dockside Inn – Oak Bluffs – Martha’s Vineyard, MA
http://www.vineyardinns.com/
The Dockside Inn, located along the famously picturesque Oak Bluffs Harbor, is a boutique-style hotel which perfectly blends handsome, award-winning contemporary design with whimsical nautical decor and modern convenience. The Dockside Inn’s 22 tastefully decorated rooms are perfect for couples, families, and wedding groups alike, and their in-town, harbor-side location makes them the perfect place from which to explore and enjoy all of the fabled historic sites and beautiful vistas that make a stay on Martha’s Vineyard such a memorable experience.
Bass Rocks Ocean Inn, Gloucester, MA
http://www.bassrocksoceaninn.com/
Anchoring the rocky coastline of Gloucester, The Bass Rocks Ocean Inn is a historic oceanfront hotel on Massachusetts’ north shore that has enchanted visitors for well over half a century. This serene, beloved inn delights with breathtaking ocean views and services and amenities that encourage guests to explore and embrace the charm of coastal New England.
Black Point Inn, Scarborough, ME
http://www.blackpointinn.com/
Black Point Inn is an historic, grand hotel on Prouts Neck, minutes from bustling Portland and with easy access from the Portland Jetport. Presiding over one of the most spectacular settings along Maine’s ruggedly beautiful coastline, Black Point Inn is nestled on lushly landscaped property located at the tip of Prouts Neck. Here, surrounded by water on three sides, you’ll be captivated by the Inn’s majestic cliffs and ever changing seascape.
The Claremont Hotel, Southwest Harbor, ME
http://www.theclaremonthotel.com/
The historic Claremont Hotel in Southwest Harbor, Maine, has provided classic refuge for visitors to Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park, and Mount Desert Island (MDI) each summer since 1884. Situated at the mouth of Somes Sound, the east coast’s only fjord, their six-acre shorefront resort includes the historic hotel with 24 guest rooms, the Phillips House with 6 private inn-style rooms, and 14 housekeeping cottages. On-site facilities include Xanthus restaurant and bar, dock, moorings, boat house restaurant, rowboats, bicycles, clay tennis court and two tournament-class croquet courts. Their housekeeping cottages, some with ocean views, all with fireplaces, decks and kitchenettes, are ideal for family vacations, or romantic weekend getaways. Xanthus, their acclaimed dining room, offers gourmet cuisine to hotel and outside guests, and water views from every table. Bed and breakfast meal plans are available to hotel guests.
Shelter Harbor inn – Westerly, RI
http://www.shelterharborinn.com/
Originally a farmhouse built in the early 1800’s, the Shelter Harbor Inn is now a charming, unpretentious country inn where the emphasis is on relaxation, good food and a warm, comfortable, and friendly atmosphere. The inn is located near one of the most beautiful sections of the Rhode Island Shoreline. Guests of the inn have access to a private beach in Weekapaug, a beautiful natural barrier beach stretching for two miles along the shores of Quonochontaug Pond and the Atlantic Ocean.
Pleasant View Inn – Westerly, RI
http://www.pvinn.com/
Situated on seven miles of sandy beach just steps away from the Atlantic Ocean a charming beachside family resort welcomes the season with new guestrooms and friendly service. An outdoor heated pool and onsite restaurant are yours to enjoy during your stay. Pleasant View Inn is within easy reach of the beach and convenient to shops, restaurants, and popular attractions such as: Watch Hill, Block Island Ferry Service and Mystic, Connecticut. As always, beachfront accommodations, a warm and inviting atmosphere, and thoughtful amenities are just a few reasons why Pleasant View Inn has been the go-to vacation spot for generations.
Inn at Stonington, Stonington Borough, CT
http://www.theinnatstonington.com/
The Inn at Stonington is a beautifully appointed 18-room inn located in Stonington Borough, Connecticut, a village rich in New England history. Set along the waterfront, The Inn is a short stroll from a host of award-winning restaurants, shops and galleries —an ideal setting for a romantic get-away or business retreat.
Madison Beach Hotel, Madison, CT
http://madisonbeachhotel.com/
A world of tranquility and comfortable elegance awaits you at Madison Beach Hotel. With 32 spacious beachfront rooms in Madison, Connecticut, each featuring all the comforts you could want, including complimentary Internet access, flat screen TVs with cable channels, and private balconies that overlook the water. Whether you are planning a romantic getaway or a spa weekend with your girlfriends, you’re sure to enjoy plush bedding, luxury linens, and upgraded amenities that come standard at Madison Beach resort.

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