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New England


Plan your trip to New England. Start by getting to the destination from your hometown. Then figure out where to stay (like The Inn at Parkspring), find things to see and do (like Sebago Lake), and research places to eat (like Allagash Brewing Co Inc).

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What are some good hotels in New England?

Here are the top recommended hotels in New England:

The Inn at Parkspring
135 Spring Street Portland, ME

(207) 774-1059
Portland Regency Hotel & Spa
20 Milk Street Portland, ME
Portland Harbor Hotel
468 Fore Street Portland, ME

(207) 775-9090
Maine Stay Inn and Cottages
34 Maine St Kennebunkport, ME
Studio East Motel
267 Main Street Ogunquit, ME

(207) 646-7297
What are some things to do in New England?

Here are some of the most recommended things to do in New England:

Sebago Lake
Cumberland County, ME
Pleasant Mountain
Mountain Rd Bridgton, ME
Maine Wildlife Park
56 Game Farm Rd Gray, ME

(207) 657-4977
Cumberland Fairgrounds
Town of Cumberland, ME
Where should I eat in New England?

Here are some places to eat in New England.

Allagash Brewing Co Inc
50 Industrial Way Portland, ME

(207) 878-5385
Hot Suppa
703 Congress St Cumberland County, ME

(207) 871-5005
Petite Jacqueline
190 State Street Portland, ME

(207) 553-7044
671 Congress St Cumberland County, ME

(207) 347-7557
58 Pine Street Portland, ME

(207) 772-1110
Insider tips about New England

Here's what Trippy members say about New England:

"I have lived in New England my entire life and it is truly beautiful along the east coast. All four seasons bring such incredible beauty and for me the beauty of all things nature, it allows me peace of mind and clarity as well. If I am enjoying the outdoors, I am in my happy place which brings to me a peaceful, easy peace of mind that is so extremely important. I am grateful for such wonderment in nature and I am blessed to live in New England."

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