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Candleberry Inn on Cape Cod

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B&B host Charlotte Fyfe is a fifth-generation Cape Codder and a locally acclaimed baker, whose skills are displayed... View Travel Listing »

Cape Ann Museum

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Best Seascapes The iconic Gloucester fisherman isn’t the only townsman to owe his living to the sea. This... View Travel Listing »

Cape Arundel Inn

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Best Surf-On-Turf View White-tablecloth dining with a knockout view of crashing surf and the Bush estate at Walker’s... View Travel Listing »

Cape Cod Central Railroad

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Best Moveable Feast There are a lot of dining opportunities aboard this Cape railroad’s vintage cars, but the... View Travel Listing »

Capitol Diner

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Located in a 1928 Brill diner, this family-run business, since 1938, serves up one of the friendliest atmospheres,... View Travel Listing »

Captain Lord Mansion

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Romantic shout-out: This venerable inn, called Kennebunkport’s "stateliest and most sumptuously appointed" by Fodor’s, uses romantic five times... View Travel Listing »

Captain Stannard House

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A block from West Beach, with cozy rooms in a former tavern. <i>&ndash;Yankee Magazine, March/April 2012</i> View Travel Listing »

Carriage Trails

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Best Biking Pedal up to 45 miles of well-signed, crushed-rock carriage roads weaving though Acadia National Park’s woodlands.... View Travel Listing »

Casablanca Motel

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Best Retro Escape Don’t look for an arcade; join in a game of bocce, volleyball, or croquet instead.... View Travel Listing »

Castle Hill Inn and Resort

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Romantic shout-out: Named one of the best places to stay in the world by National Geographic Traveler and... View Travel Listing »

Castle Hill Inn and Resort

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Best Beach House Formerly a private mansion, this hotel nests on 40 acres of a panoramic peninsula. Shingled... View Travel Listing »

Castle Island Camps

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Best Camp Getaway It’d be tempting to dive out a window and into the water from the cabins... View Travel Listing »

Cedar Hill Cemetery

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Best Historic Resting Place Download a map or cell-phone audio to take a self-guided tour. Group tours pass... View Travel Listing »

Celia Thaxter’s Island Garden Tours

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Best Garden Tour A tribute to poetry achieved with the pen as well as in the garden, the... View Travel Listing »

Cellardoor Winery

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Best Winery Taste wines and specialty foods, take classes, tour the winery and vineyard, or simply relax in... View Travel Listing »

Center for Maine Craft

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Best I-95 Shopping In between fueling your tanks (both vehicular and personal) at the West Gardiner Service Plaza... View Travel Listing »

Centerville Pie Company

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Best Pie Your family can feast on sea-clam or chicken pot pie before swapping plates for a slice... View Travel Listing »

Champlin’s Seafood Deck

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In Galilee and Point Judith, the big-cahuna seafood shacks; don’t miss the &quot;stuffies&quot; (stuffed clams). <i>&ndash;Yankee Magazine, July/August... View Travel Listing »

Charlestown Breachway

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Fishermen cast off here, at this beautiful channel between the ocean and Ninigret Pond. <i>&ndash;Yankee Magazine, July/August 2011</i> View Travel Listing »

Charlie’s Diner & Grill

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Best Diner Potatoes Steve and Charlie Turner, who operate this circa-1950 Worcester Lunch Car #816, know spuds. They... View Travel Listing »

Chauncey Creek Lobster Pier

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Chauncey Creek is a great place to BYOB and tuck into meaty, fresh lobsters imported daily from Canada’s... View Travel Listing »

Chesterwood Museum

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Best Artist’s Retreat Workaholics can relate to sculptor Daniel Chester French (1850-1931): Although he decamped here every summer,... View Travel Listing »

Children’s Couture

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Designer Mary-Alice Dalton applies couture-quality details to her &quot;Victoria Rose&quot; dress ($145 and up) and coordinating &quot;Shaped Brim&quot;... View Travel Listing »

Church Landing at Mill Falls & The Inn at Mill Falls

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Best Pet-Friendly Overnight Your pet will be as excited as you are for a getaway here. Amenities include... View Travel Listing »

Cilantro Specialty Foods & Coffee Roasters

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Freshly roasted coffee, plus don&rsquo;t miss the grilled tomato and mozzarella on eggplant slices. <i>&ndash;Yankee Magazine, March/April 2012</i> View Travel Listing »

Classic Cruises of Newport

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Best Expedition Take a harbor or sunset cocktail cruise of Newport Harbor and Narragansett Bay aboard the 72-foot... View Travel Listing »

Clay Head Trail

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Block Island’s pristine beauty comes into full bloom on this 1.5-mile walk along high bluffs. Migratory birds, seal... View Travel Listing »



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