based on 11 nights inc. flights & selected experiences
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
Based on two people sharing.
A classic road trip through stunning scenery - even more epic in the Fall
Fantastic itinerary for gourmet food enthusiasts & sybarites
If you are craving some hustle and bustle, head into New York city to explore
The back roads of Maine and Vermont are small-town America writ large
Ideal from June to October
Autumn is New England's most glorious season, though spring and summer are pleasant as well. Weather usually remains warm throughout September, while cooler temperatures in October bring out the colourful foliage. Winter lasts too long for most people's tastes, stretching from December to April. During this period, visitors can expect temperatures below freezing and plenty of snow.
New England is the perfect romantic retreat with its stunning landscapes, idyllic villages and an array of delicious restaurants focused on farm to table seasonal produce. Take in Boston's exciting restaurant scene, lobster shacks and fine dining in Maine and Vermont, and take strolls in the beautiful country side or along long stretches of sandy beaches in Connecticut.
Fly into Logan International Airport and start your New England romantic adventure in Boston, a wonderfully exciting city for couples. Boston is a delightfully compact city which can easily be explored on foot and renowned for its beautiful brownstone buildings. You will spend three nights exploring the cities landmarks, shops, buzzing cafes and restaurants, and we have included a private city tour which will highlight Boston’s neighbourhoods with an expert guide. Boston is a foodie haven From oysters to steaks, and ethnic to molecular cuisine, you'll discover a thriving restaurant scene.
Next you will take your hire car and self drive on to Maine, with its sweeping beaches, lighthouses and the spanking fresh seafood. Indulge yourself here, and don't omit the sit-on-crate lobster shacks in town where you can feast on incredible lobster sliders, or head for a deli and take a gourmet picnic to the beach. Explore peaceful harbour towns and historic shipbuilding villages, hike through Acadia National Park or walk along mile upon mile of stunning pebbly beaches before sampling the many independent beers on offer in town.
Vermont is quintessential rural New England, with pretty historic villages, rolling hills that come alight in the fall, and beautiful historic buildings. Woodstock boasts a charming colonial character which is enhanced by its local farmers, craftsmen and artists with a wonderful collection of country stores. Spend your days sampling artisanal produce like delicious Vermont ice cream, wandering through the orchards and cornfields of local Billing’s Farm, hiking through the rolling countryside or digging through quaint antique shops in search of treasures.
Finally you will take your hire car and drive on to Connecticut. Used by New Yorkers as a country retreat, Connecticut is a collection of coastal cities and rural countryside towns and home to the famous Yale university. Stay in a beautiful countryside manor house and spend the final days of your New England sojourn exploring the seaside and enjoy rich seafood, cycle on the shores of Lake Waramaug or in the White Memorial Park in Litchfield, or enjoy golf in the stunning countryside setting. Only a short two hours drive away is the bustling city of New York, make a day trip and visit the cities major highlights. Visit Brooklyn Bridge or Greenwood Cemetery, try the best burger in NYC in bustling Manhattan, or whisper your secrets in the whispering gallery at Grand Central Terminal.
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