Plymouth, which is historically known as Plimouth and Plimoth, is a town in Plymouth County on the Massachusetts coast, south of Boston. It is best known as the place that the Pilgrims landed and settled in 1620. Nearby Plimonth Plantation offers a living museum that shows the way the settlers lived and the food that they ate. When you stay at a Plymouth B&B or Plymouth inn, you can also visit the Wampanoag Homesite, which is a traditional wetu ( native American house). Surrounded by soft furs, flickering firelight, and artfully woven bulrush mats, you will have the chance to learn about traditional Wampanoag family life as well as the arrival of the English from an Indigenous point of view. After spending time touring these wonderful living museums, you may want to rest up at a Plymouth bed and breakfast, or you might opt to take a tour on New England's largest Whale Watch Fleets, and see whales in their natural habitat. Later, when you are hungry, try 14 Union, a casual bistro-style restaurant, featuring fresh seafood and overlooking Plymouth's historic marina. Or check out East Bay Grille, located on Plymouth's Town Wharf, which offers fine cuisine in a warm casual environment.
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308 Old Main Street, Bass River Village, South Yarmouth, Massachusetts
Romantic and Charming 1845 Greek Revival style Bed and Breakfast. Located in mid-Cape Cod in the historic district of Bass River Village. Full Breakfast, Afternoon teas and cookies and evening cordials always included.
67 Bradford Street, Provincetown, Massachusetts
The Brass Key Guesthouse in Provincetown MA, is just a minute's walk from the action on Commercial Street while providing the romantic intimacy of a secluded resort setting
P.O. Box 1, Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts
Our family's decades long tradition of offering comfortable lodging & delicious breakfasts at a rate most can appreciate is enjoyed by new & returning guests alike.
118 Tupper Road, Sandwich, Massachusetts
Enjoy casual elegance and seaside charm nestled in Cape Cod's most historic village. A warm welcome, pristine accommodations, and five-star hospitality have made this an award-winning inn.