New England Highlife

Our nine-night New England Highlife fly-drive holiday takes you on a journey to explore New England's history, mountains, lakes, beaches and marine life.

New England Highlife

Spend nine-nights discovering the city, coast and inland beauty on this fly-drive holiday showcasing New England. No trip to New England would be complete without a stay in the cultural and varied city of Boston. Enjoy a journey on the cog railway in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and spend time around the New Hampshire Lakes.

Soak up the culture and sights of The Berkshires. The final destination, Cape Cod, rounds off the trip perfectly with a stay at the beautiful Wequassett Resort and Golf Club from where you can enjoy the pretty sights of this beautiful and must see area of the coast.

Boston Skyline
    DAY 01

    Boston

    Boston

    Your holiday starts in Boston, the capital of Massachusetts and one of the oldest cities in the US. Check in to your centrally located hotel. You are close to numerous shops and only four blocks away from historic Newbury Street, here you will find an array of boutique shops and restaurants. Accommodation Options

    USS Constitution, Boston
      DAY 02

      Boston

      Boston

      You have plenty of free time to discover the cultural and historical highlights of the city such as, walking the Freedom Trail, visiting the Museum of Fine Art. Boston is a great city to explore on foot, wander through the beautiful neighbourhood of Beacon Hill along it's cobbled streets. Spend time on the waterfront at Boston Harbour, visit the Boston Tea Party Ship, we have even included a 90-minute Boston Harbour Cruise in your itinerary. Accommodation Options

      White Mountains, New Hampshire
        DAY 03

        Lake Winnipesaukee via White Mountains, New Hampshire (235 miles)

        The Lakes Region (New Hampshire)

        Travel to New Hampshire stopping off in Salem (Massachusetts), home to the witch trials of the 16th century. Enjoy a ride on the Mount Washington Cog Railway and take in the spectacular views of the White Mountains, on a clear day you can even see Canada. Drive back through the White Mountains via Lincoln and passed Squam Lake to Meredith where you will check in to Church Landings on the edge of Lake Winnipesaukee. Accommodation Options

        Autumn Colours, The Lakes, New Hampsire
          DAY 04

          The Lakes, New Hampshire

          The Lakes Region (New Hampshire)

          A leisurely day can be spent in and around the lakes of New Hampshire. Lake Winnipesaukee is the largest Lake in the US State of New Hampshire, and offers visitors an array of activities from lake cruises, scenic train journeys and kayaking. For those looking for adrenaline pumping activities there is anything from zip-lines the canopy walk, water-skiing and wake-boarding. For a more relaxed time simply sit by the lake with a picnic and take in the natural beauty. Accommodation Options

          Williamstown
            DAY 05

            The Berkshires (174 miles)

            Lenox & The Berkshires (Massachusetts)

            Travel down to The Berkshires in Western Massachusetts, passing through Vermont. Open all year round, The Cranwell is home to one of the largest spas in the Northeast and is a member of the Historic Hotels of America. It has also been awarded the Four Diamond Award for excellence from the American Automobile Association. Hotel - Yankees Inn
            woods pond lenox
              DAY 06

              The Berkshires

              Lenox & The Berkshires (Massachusetts)

              The Berkshires are known for outdoor activities, farm-to-table food and an annual festival where Boston Symphony Orchestra plays at Lenox's Tanglewood Music Centre each summer. Take Jacob's Ladder Scenic Byway, a rural roadway through the foothills of the Berkshires taking you through forested hills, small towns and wetlands. Hotel - Yankees Inn
              cape cod
                DAY 07

                Cape Cod (207 miles)

                Cape Cod & The Islands (Massachusetts)

                Travel to the coast and the summer holiday destination of Cape Cod. A favourite of repeat guests, the Wequassett Resort offers an amazing combination of world-class accommodations and amenities as well as the warm and attentive service of an inn. When not enjoying the activities at the hotel and the white sand beaches, visit the town of Chatham, the art colony in Provincetown and the celebrity hot spots of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket Island. Accommodation Options

                whale watching
                  DAY 08

                  Whale Watching

                  Cape Cod & The Islands (Massachusetts)

                  Take to the sea on a jet-powered mono-hull vessel specifically designed for whale watching. There are two climate controlled interior cabins and three exterior viewing decks to offer you the optimum viewing opportunities. Cruises are 3.5 - 4 hours in length and whales such as humpback, finback and minke are often spotted throughout the summer as well as huge numbers of Atlantic white-sided dolphins. Accommodation Options

                  nantucket
                    DAY 09

                    Cape Cod

                    Cape Cod & The Islands (Massachusetts)

                    Enjoy of pure relaxation at the beach or explore Cape Cod further by driving up to Provincetown or even take a ferry across to Nantucket Island for a day. Nantucket is a short ferry ride away and the island can be easily explore by bike in a day. Accommodation Options

                    plimouth plantation
                      DAY 10

                      Cape Cod to Boston (89 miles)


                      Prior to your evening flight from Boston visit Sandwich, the oldest town on Cape Cod and also the living museum in Plymouth to learn about the original settlers of this area.
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