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20. Hull, Massachusetts | Best Attractions, Eateries, and Lodging

20. Hull, Massachusetts | Best Attractions, Eateries, and Lodging
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20. Hull, Massachusetts | Best Attractions, Eateries, and Lodging
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Where to Stay in Hull, Massachusetts:

Josephine’s on the Bay
Homey and relaxing, Jospehine’s sets out to capture the pace and feel of a beach community of the 1920s. The B&B has only three rooms, which means that there is plenty of individual attention to go around.
www.josephinesbandb.com/index.php

 

Where to Eat in Hull, Massachusetts:

Bridgeman’s. Bridgeman’s ocean-view dining rooms and outdoor patio are the perfect place to discover the region’s best brodetto. Brodetto was originally a stew made from whatever catch Italian fishermen couldn’t sell. Next to such simple fare, the luscious brodetto served here–full of mussels, clams, shrimp, and fish in a fragrant tomato sauce over squid-ink pasta–is a cathedral beside a country chapel. It’s a rustic and hearty seafood lover’s dream dish.
bridgemansrestaurant.com

 

Great Attraction in Hull, Massachusetts:

Nantasket Beach Reservation
Nantasket Beach has been a popular summer destination for city dwellers since the middle of the 19th century, and it remains one of greater Boston’s busiest stretches of sand. Feeling nostalgic? A ride on the historic Paragon Carousel will take you back to a simpler time.
www.mass.gov/dcr/parks/metroboston/nantask.htm
www.paragoncarousel.com

 

Don’t Miss:

Fried clams and cedar-plank salmon at Jake’s Seafood, in operation since 1949.
www.jakesseafoods.com

See recommendations for the other 24 best beach towns in New England.

Please Note: This article was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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