Tour the mansion where the famous author lived and worked from 1874 to 1891.
Pretty and historical, voted ‘best small town in America’.
The nation's leading maritime museum with a recreated village and historic small ships.
Two hours from New York sees farms, villages and forests in this sophisticated part of Connecticut.
Beautiful and diverse with rugged coasts, sweeping scenery and granite peaks.
Distinctive seaside villages filled with white steepled churches, quaint shops and fantastic seafood restaurants.
Located off the coast of Cape Cod these islands offer unspoilt beaches, bike trails, stately homes and cobbled streets.
Pristine lake and mountain views provide many scenic drives and hikes.
Standing 6288ft above sea level in the heart of the White Mountain National Forest this is the highest peak in North East USA.
A charming, colonial Vermont village that provided a retreat for many US Presidents including Abraham Lincoln.
Boasting a thriving arts community, award-winning dining and recreation this town is nestled in the Green Mountains.
Pretty towns retaining elegant charm and New England character situated in the heart of Vermont.
Dramatic mountains, picturesque lighthouses and stunning coastal vistas blend together beautifully in this charming rural area of North America. Traditional white steepled churches and red roofed barns adorn the landscape. Recognise the covered bridges and clapboard houses from the silver screen or immerse yourself in the life of a traditional Shaker Village. This is the area of craft fairs, homemade fruit pies and early settler life.
New England is home to the Green Mountains with their many nature trails and tiny villages to explore hidden amongst forests and lakes. The White Mountains are situated in New Hampshire where pretty waterfalls flourish and lush foliage lies in the shadow of the indomitable Mount Washington. Here 273 lakes and ponds scatter the unspoilt landscape and charming rustic cottages remind you that it is possible to live amidst this beautiful scenery.
New England blazes with colour in ‘The Fall’ with explosions of red, orange and yellow lighting up the landscapes. The rich hues begin to form late September through October when seasonal pumpkins decorate houses for the Halloween celebrations. Each season offers unique and breathtaking panoramas, however, and the local welcome is always enthusiastic.
The sea provides a spectacular background to beautiful coastlines from craggy, dramatic cliffs to soft sandy beaches where whale watching is a favourite pastime. Ocean vistas are in abundance at Rhode Island providing hidden gems including Block Island and its century old lighthouses guarding the cliffs.
There are a host of mansions to visit, a legacy left by wealthy American families that holidayed here.
Nostalgia for the days of sea-faring captains and maritime communities is prevalent in the charming inns and restaurants that surround Maine and Connecticut and no visit is complete without sampling the delicious food. Succulent lobster, creamy clam chowders and flapjacks drenched in maple syrup are a staple diet here and are featured on many menus. A haven for writers who were inspired by the pretty coves and unspoilt beaches the area is an idyllic retreat full of breathtaking drives and hiking opportunities.
Boston is sophisticated and full of fine art and museums and within easy reach is Cape Cod stretching out into the Atlantic. A favourite haunt of the Kennedy family the shore boasts solitary lighthouses and windswept sand dunes where huge waves batter the coast.
Visit the islands of Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard full of beautifully preserved historic houses, unspoilt beaches and bike trails.
This is a truly memorable area of North America from seaside towns to mountainous hiking regions and is one of our most popular destinations.
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