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Our New England vacation rentals ensure your stay in America's birthplace will be a memorable one. Brimming with history and culture, New England is one of the most visited regions in the United States...and with good reason! From snow-capped mountains to sandy beaches, from bustling metropolises to quaint small towns, from Revolutionary War battlegrounds to well-preserved colonial buildings, New England is a veritable treasure trove of sites and experiences you won't soon forget.

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New England vacation rentals for every getaway

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Quaint Bungalow
2 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Quaint Bungalow - Kennebunk, ME

$541 avg / night
Pine Cottage
3 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Pine Cottage - Seal Harbor, ME

$409 avg / night
Immaculate Beach Condo
1 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 4

Immaculate Beach Condo - Dennis Port, MA

$284 avg / night
Jones Locker #10
1 Bed | 1 Bath | Sleeps 2

Jones Locker #10 - Provincetown, MA

$324 avg / night
Scouten Beachfront
2 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6 (3 Adults Max)

Scouten Beachfront - Old Orchard Beach, ME

$420 avg / night

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Recent New England vacation rental reviews

Responsible price, clean and accessible to other tour sites
Jocelyn G. | Jul 2024
Loved the air purifier in room! Only few minute drive to beach.
Jennifer A. | Jul 2024
Extremely clean condo. Absolutely would love to go back and reasonable. Property views were spectacular. Just like home, it was really nice and comfortable. Kitchen was above and beyond. All u need is food since u have all the utensils available there.
Babar H. | Jul 2024
New England Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, 822 of our New England homes allow dogs—so feel free to bring Fido along. (Just make sure to check individual home listings for any limits on the number and size of dogs they allow).

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Yes. 2609 of our New England vacation rentals have internet access, so you can stay connected throughout your trip.

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Our standard check-in time is 4:00 p.m., and the check-out time is 10:00 a.m. Some exceptions apply—after you book, you’ll find check-in and check-out details in the Vacasa guest app or your Trip Manager.

Absolutely. Our local New England team includes professional housekeepers who care for all our homes here. They’ll clean thoroughly and restock amenities, so everything is ready for your arrival—and all you have to do is settle in and relax.

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No worries, plans change. Read over our cancellation policy for more information. And if you currently have a Vacasa reservation for New England, log in to Trip Manager to see options available for your specific trip.

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Today, the area is home to a diverse populace and topography. Surrounding your New England vacation rental, you're likely to see rivers, lakes, towering forests, and bucolic farmland abutting rocky coasts, sandy beaches, and green-tipped mountains.

Planning your Maine vacation

Boasting nearly 5,000 coastal islands, two disputed parcels of land, and a 31-foot-tall statue of Paul Bunyan, Maine is a can't-miss destination. Explore windswept beaches, dozens of historic lighthouses, and tiny resort towns across 230 square miles of scenic coastline.

Portland, Maine, is the state's largest city and features the Portland Observatory and the Wadsworth-Longfellow House, among other notable sites. Camden is picture perfect and hosts the National Toboggan Championships. Hikers head to scenic Bar Harbor and the 50-acre rugged and majestic Acadia National Park. If you're looking for a vacation further inland, try a lakehouse rental at stunning Moosehead Lake.

Kennebunkport was once a shipbuilding hub, but is now known for its beautiful beaches. Coastal splendor abounds in the Boothbay Region, whose vacation rentals serve as a summer playground for New Englanders and beyond.

Explore Massachusetts for your New England vacation

The cradle of modern American civilization, the scenic state of Massachusetts has a coast that spans nearly 200 miles, and inland lakes, streams, and mountains. The home of John F. Kennedy, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Dr. Seuss, this state is one of the most visited in the entire region due to its rich cultural tapestry.

Boston is its largest city and features a myriad of historic sites, as well as award-winning restaurants and sporting venues. But if you're looking to avoid the big city, explore beautiful Cape Cod, from gay-friendly Provincetown to tiny Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard to sleepy and quaint Eastham and Chatham. You might find, like many of our New England vacation rental guests, that you want to return to coastal Massachusetts summer after summer.

Choosing your New Hampshire destination

Towering mountains, lakes in abundance, and historic cities with a lively cultural feel---you'll find all this and more when you arrive at your New Hampshire vacation rental. This small state packs a big punch, with skiing, hiking, rural retreats, and even a bit of Atlantic coastline to enjoy.

Standing at nearly 6,300 feet, Mt. Washington is the highest peak in the entire northeast and is part of the majestic White Mountains. Loon Mountain and Cannon Mountain are a skier's mecca in the winter and boast ziplining and alpine slides in summer. The Great Woods boasts the 127-acre Dixville Notch State Park and its myriad of waterfalls. The Lakes Region shouldn't be missed just for gorgeous Lake Winnipesaukee alone, offering year-round entertainment for vacation rental guests of all ages and interests.

Finding a New England vacation spot in Vermont

Quiet Vermont is one of the smallest and oldest states in the Union. Dubbed "les verts monts" (meaning "the green mountains") by Samuel Champlain, the state is truly green as far as the eye can see. The cozy state, which borders New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and New York, is the quintessential outdoor lover's mecca and offers many attractions for all ages.

Burlington is the state's largest city and boasts art galleries, performance spaces, and the Green Mountain Audubon Center, among other attractions. The Green Mountain National Forest in the state's southern portion is home to plenty of outdoor adventure and cozy cabin rentals. From North Hero to South Hero and everything in between, the Lake Champlain Islands offer a restful vacation with a gorgeous natural setting.

The greenest state becomes the whitest state when winter descends. The mountain resort towns of Killington, Ludlow, and Stowe are each famous for a plethora of downhill options for skiers and snowboarders alike---book a ski rental and see for yourself.

Exploring Connecticut and Rhode Island

The southernmost New England state, beautiful Connecticut is smack dab between Boston and New York...and you can only imagine how divided the state is on sports team lines! Despite a Boston-New York rivalry, the state has its own unique character, featuring bustling towns, an Ivy League university, and bucolic splendor. Greater New Haven boasts Yale University and the lively coastal towns of Guilford and Madison. The latter includes Hammonasset Beach State Park, offering three beaches and a nature preserve.

At only 48 miles long, Rhode Island is the smallest state in the union. Unlike its bustling neighbors to the north and south, little Rhody boasts a tranquil coast and pleasant small towns in which to get lost. Newport is one of the most popular spots in the state due to its grand mansions from the Gilded Age. The Breakers, home to the Vanderbilts, is the most iconic of all. Providence is the largest city, with tree-lined streets and award-winning restaurants. Admire the American Impressionist art at the RISD (Rhode Island School of Design) Museum of Art.

Bustling cities, sandy Atlantic beaches, and lush green forests collide all around our beautiful New England vacation rentals. Whether you're hoping to explore some new cities or just get away from it all, book one of our many New England vacation homes to experience for yourself why this area is such a popular vacation destination!

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