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Massachusetts Best Lodging 2010

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Massachusetts Best Lodging 2010
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Best Inn for Foodies
The Berkshires may be full of cozy 19th-century inns, but none offers such an effortless blend of contemporary folk art, luxurious bedding, and gourmet food. The owner’s passion for showcasing local farms, with special help from the inn’s own egg-laying hens, bears fruit with the made-to-order breakfast. 1 Jct. Prospect Lake Road & Route 71. 413-528-2882;

Best Guest House
THE OXFORD, Provincetown
A consummate combination of relaxing warmth, professional attentiveness, design-magazine-worthy decor, and upscale amenities. The quiet West End address is near restaurants and shops. 8 Cottage St. 888-456-9103, 508-487-9103;

Best Family Accommodations
With pull-out double sofa beds a standard feature throughout this well-appointed, all-suites property, it’s one of the few Vineyard inns explicitly designed with more than couples in mind. All the rooms have kitchen facilities, too. 25 Simpson’s Lane. 800-946-3400, 508-627-4600;

Best Oceanfront Splurge
Put unsurpassed luxury in an unparalleled location and the result is this 27-unit resort on four beachfront acres. Furnishings and amenities are deluxe, but the stunning sunset views are front and center. 46 Jefferson Ave. 800-932-9645, 508-228-0618;

Best Weekend Getaway
An immaculate Greek Revival, whose three attractively furnished guestrooms prove that you needn’t compromise on comfort when traveling on a budget. Near New England’s most picturesque seaside artists’ colonies. 55 Broadway. 866-546-2864,978-546-2864;

Please Note: This information 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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Updated Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

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One Response to Massachusetts Best Lodging 2010

  1. Kelly Stettner June 29, 2010 at 3:43 pm #

    I’d love to see you add a category for Best State Park and/or Best Campground!

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