Vacation Rentals in Other Areas, Massachusetts

Other Areas, Massachusetts Local Information and Area Highlights

Massachusetts Area Vacation Rentals

Massachusetts rentals welcome travelers from all over the world; the Bay State is rich with history, unique attractions, and of course, Fenway Park. So if you’re planning to rent one of the Massachusetts rentals available, it’s probably a good idea to get a glimpse into what your vacation will be like before you decide on a particular location or home.

Boston vacation homes are likely at the top of your list and there are many good reasons for you to consider staying in them. The question isn’t what is there to do in Boston, but rather what isn’t there to do in Boston? The Freedom Trail is probably one of the most popular attractions of Boston, as it is literally a walking tour of some of the nation’s most important history. In fact, just walking the streets of Boston will give you a history lesson! The USS Constitution, or “Old Ironsides,” is a staggering example of the visual history lesson you will get if you stay in one of the Boston vacation homes listed here. And for baseball lovers, there’s America’s oldest baseball stadium, Fenway Park.

Don’t forget about your other options however, which include Scituate homes, Salem, and Marshfield rentals. Gloucester is home of the famous Andrea Gail and the story of "The Perfect Storm". When you visit this small fishing town, be sure to learn about its rich history at sea. If you'd like to extend your stay, you can find a Gloucester house rental. Regardless, whether you’re interested in Marshfield rentals or Boston vacation homes, you can find it here.

Sights and tours to see:

Fenway Park
USS Constitution
Freedom Trail
Paul Revere's House in Boston
Boston Tea Party Ship and Museum