Comfortable country elegance and award-winning breakfasts at the Birchwood Inn.
These days, travelers are looking for vacation destinations that have a little bit of everything: natural beauty, historic charm, and plenty of big city thrills. Massachusetts is one of those places. Located in the heart of New England, the Bay State has so much to offer its visitors. Discover where Colonial Minutemen declared independence and Thoreau and Emerson penned history. Hike Seashore National Park, or take a ferry to Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard. When you stay with Select Registry, you’ll have access to the best attractions as well as the best bed and breakfasts in Massachusetts. There’s no better way to experience New England!
Things to See & Do
At just 190 miles long and 50 miles wide, the state of Massachusetts is small but mighty. Every region offers memorable adventures for couples and families alike. Plan a getaway to Boston and enjoy excellent shopping, dining, and entertainment opportunities. Discover the charm of Western Massachusetts with its historic theaters and museums. If you’re searching for romantic things to do in Massachusetts, explore the coastal regions of Cape Cod, Nantucket, and Martha’s Vineyard where beautiful beaches and glorious sunsets await.
Where to Eat & Drink
When you think of New England cuisine, what comes to mind? Do you picture a platter of plump, juicy oysters? How about a buttery lobster roll? Maybe you imagine a steaming bowl of clam chowder. Whatever the case may be, Massachusetts has it all. Award-winning, farm-to-table restaurants can be found all over the state, and there are countless bars and pubs to explore. Be sure to top off your meal with a slice of Boston cream pie; it’s a must when you’re in New England.
Best Time to Visit
There’s never a bad time to visit Massachusetts. With four distinct seasons, the Bay State offers an ever-changing landscape and an array of activities. Take a trip in the spring and watch the first pitch of the season at Fenway Park. Or, visit in the summer when you can swim, hike, and bike outdoors. Winter in Massachusetts is usually cold and snowy, so plan to check out a few museums and get your Christmas shopping done.
Of course, New England is famous for its spectacular fall foliage. Drive the Mohawk Trail in Western MA for great leaf-peeping in September and October. You can even pick your own apples and pumpkins at various farms throughout the region. If you’re a wine lover, spend some time at a local vineyard and enjoy a bottle of your favorite varietal in the crisp autumn air.
Where to Stay
From the cobblestone streets of Boston to the beautiful Berkshires, Select Registry boasts some of the best bed and breakfasts in Massachusetts. Our properties are located all over the state and range from full-service inns and B&Bs to boutique hotels. Each provides upscale amenities and a tailored, one-of-a-kind experience for guests.
Whether you stay at a romantic manor on Martha’s Vineyard or a historic sea captain’s house on the coast, you’ll find out what makes Select Registry properties a cut above the rest. Browse our selection below and embark on your New England vacation today.
A charming B&B in Falmouth's Historic District. Fireplaces, Jacuzzi-style tubs, delightful
One of Cape Cod's premier small inns, this historic 1839 sea captain's estate with
Enjoy an elegant and romantic setting, just minutes from Falmouth Village and scenic New England
In the heart of Nantucket's Cultural and Old Historical district, the Brass Lantern welcomes
Applegate Inn a true Berkshires Bed and Breakfast was built in the grand era of the 1920's.
Our goal is to provide our guests with a relaxing and unforgettable stay in a town described by
An Exquisite New England Boutique Inn
Anchored near the beach on the enchanting and romantic Island of Martha's Vineyard.
Located in the beautiful seaside village of Chatham, MA, The Old Harbor Inn is just steps away from
A classic, traditional, original inn in a National Historic Landmark village in the happy Pioneer
The Inn at Castle Hill on the Crane Estate invites you to return to an age of innocent pursuits.