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Treehouse in Hardwick, Vermont
Lovely Treehouse in the Woods next to Stream
You will feel the stresses of life wash away as you sway in the trees and listen to the sounds of the beautiful stream just feet from the treehouse deck. You'll never want to leave! Enjoy a bit of solitude or some special alone time with a loved one. It's hard to beat Stone City Treehouse to make your time away special! In summer and fall of 2024 we will have the home available for rent too! Rent them both together or come back another time with friends!
$169 per night
Tiny home in Lac-Beauport, Canada
Le Lagöm - Miradors - Le Maelström
Venez vivre une expérience unique et découvrez notre éco-hébergement entièrement équipé pouvant accueillir 4 personnes. Avec un panoramique à couper le souffle et ses plafonds de plus de 20', vous y découvrirez un décor féérique. Fonctionnant entièrement à l'énergie solaire, et avec ses 35m2, le Lagöm vous offrira la possibilité de refaire votre plein d'énergie et vous ressourcer. * Traction intégrale exigée ou VUS du 1er novembre au 30 avril sinon un service de navette est disponible ($) .
$221 per night
Treehouse in Willington, Connecticut
Heavenly Treehouse in Countryside w/ Farm Animals
☆ Private Treehouse at Bluebird Farm Connecticut ☆ ☆ Farm Animals, Gardens, Outdoor Gas Grill & Fire Pit ☆ OMG! Explore the countryside at this popular 40-acre Farm in Connecticut! Suitable for anyone looking for a unique Farm Stay! Willington offers: ✔ Hiking ✔ Antiquing ✔ Farmer's Market ✔ Vineyards & Breweries ✔ National / State Parks ✔ Drive-In Movie Theater We are close drive from: ● UCONN (10 Mins) ● Hartford (25 Mins) ● Boston (1.5 Hours) ● NYC (2.5 Hours)
$196 per night

New England home rentals

Home in Lempster, New Hampshire
Dreamy lakefront cottage with views to die for!
$239 per night
Home in Woodstock, New York
The Woodstock Barn House - Sauna, Gym, Jacuzzi
$529 per night
Home in Liberty, Maine
The Pearl of Lake Saint George
$260 per night
Home in Sag Harbor, New York
Kiddo Approved! Hot Tub Open for Fall New kitchen
$432 per night
Home in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
Lady of the Lake-Poconos Premier Lakefront Retreat
$456 per night
Home in Pownal, Vermont
Cozy Vermont mini-house
$197 per night
Home in Sandwich, Massachusetts
Quintessential Waterfront Historic Cottage
$525 per night
Home in Pound Ridge, New York
Peaceful Light-Filled Guesthouse 1 Hour From NYC
$487 per night
Home in Southampton, New York
Dream Home with a wonderful heated pool in SH
$139 per night
Home in Brooklyn, New York
Private, Beautiful Brownstone Guest Suite.
$283 per night
Home in Lac-Beauport, Canada
La cAbin ride&sleep
$200 per night
Home in Halcottsville, New York
Spacecraft Sanctuary x Stargate Self-Care Retreat
$201 per night

Your guide to New England

All About New England

Comprising six Northeastern states — Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island — New England’s biggest strength might be its compactness. Where else can you go apple picking, visit a world-class art museum, and kayak a lobster-filled bay all before dinner? But more than just a tightly clustered geographic region, New England is a beacon that illuminates both America’s past and its future. Emblems of its role in the founding of the Republic are everywhere, from the Plimoth Patuxet living history museum to Boston’s Freedom Trail, as are some of the most revered research centers and universities in the world.

When it comes to getting out into nature, New England packs a full crayon box of bounty, whether it’s leaf peeping on the Kancamagus Highway, skiing the gentle slopes of Vermont, or taking lazy afternoon walks along the sea-battered coast of Maine. And between each trail, beach, and lighthouse are approximately a million small Yankee towns, where you can pull over for a cup of hot chowder or a stack of pancakes smothered with local maple syrup before heading off to your next nearby adventure.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in New England

New England is famous for being a four-season region. Fall is one of the most beautiful times to visit the interior, when the spectacular foliage is in its full glory. You can see Vermont’s trees take on a bright mix of red, yellow, and orange hues at the Pumpkin Chuckin’ Festival, where competitors build pumpkin-throwing contraptions to see which can launch the farthest. Winter gets very cold and alternates between sunny days and freezing snow days. You can find a winter festival in every New England state, each offering a local twist on holiday events like ice skating, ice sculpting, and freezing polar bear swims. New England is generally in defrost mode during spring. Tulips, daffodils, and hundreds of other colorful flowers are in bloom this time of year at the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens. And when warm summers finally arrive, the weeklong Boston Harborfest in July celebrates the city’s rich history, including reenactments from the American Revolution and Boston Chowderfest, the city’s clam chowder competition.

Top things to do in New England

Acadia National Park

Whether blanketed in snow or covered in fall color, Maine’s Acadia National Park is one of the most visually stunning places to visit in all of New England. It is also the only national park in the region, and home to the highest peak on the East Coast. Panoramic views can be enjoyed from the top of the 1,500-foot Cadillac Mountain, including the rocky headlands jutting into the ocean, along with impressive displays of oak, maple, and beech trees that cover the park inland. For a sunrise or sunset you’ll never forget, take the four-mile-long Cadillac North Ridge Trail, accessible by car or on foot.

The Freedom Trail

Boston’s 2.5-mile, red-brick-lined Freedom Trail begins at Boston Common, the oldest public park in the United States, and passes 14 historic sites including the USS Constitution, one of the first commissioned naval ships in the country. Each stop along the trail helps tell the story of the United States’ beginnings from the American Revolution to its first steps after independence.


Over the years, New England has seen great naval action along with a booming fishing industry, making it home to the highest concentration of lighthouses in the country. Of the more than 150 spread across the region, most can be visited free of charge. For a fruitful afternoon of lighthouse hopping, head to Cape Cod, where nearly two dozen can be seen in one fell swoop, including the photo-friendly Nauset Lighthouse.

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