While most people think of Plymouth, Massachusetts as a historical destination to celebrate all things Pilgrim, this town is also an ideal stop for adults looking for a New England getaway.
Start off by veering away from the larger family friendly hotels and book a stay at one of the area's bed and breakfasts. For example, the Seabreeze Inn Bed & Breakfast a Victorian-era home built in 1845 located in the heart of Plymouth Harbor replete with ocean views. They have three spacious suites, cable television, refrigerator, air conditioning, a private entrance, wireless internet and a varied continental breakfast. Enjoy an afternoon tea and relax in one of their Adirondack chairs which are situated for a bird's eye view of the ocean. Hosts Jim and Susan Owens provide Irish hospitality and a knowledge of the area that make guests feel welcomed and well informed about the sightseeing and dining options available in the area during their stay.
There's a range of activities to suit everyone from the outdoor enthusiast to the avid shopper. Spend a day on the water with a harbor cruise, fishing excursion, whale watching tour or just stroll along the waterfront. Enjoy a round of golf. Relax with a spa treatment. Check out the range of local shops scattered throughout downtown Plymouth Be sure to pay a visit to Plymouth Bay Winery and sample their varieties of chilled wines produced from locally grown native grapes and berries. Waterfront dining options range from casual seafood to more upscale fare.
As Plymouth is ideally situated between Boston and the Cape, visitors can easily use this town as a base to explore Cape Cod and the islands of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard. Also, one can embark on a day trip from Plymouth to Provinceton via the seasonal ferry which operates from June to early September. For complete information about booking a trip to Plymouth log on to Destination Plymouth County.