Great Places to Stay – Travel Gloucester

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Here’s a map of the Gloucester hotels, motels, resorts, bed and breakfast and you name it lodging that I whipped up in 2014 when I was serving on the tourism commission. I was curious where all these places were in relation to downtown. Laura Dow of Vista Motel and Laura Baker of Castle Manor Inn booked very full dance cards for us: two days of back-to- back lodging tours (any that signed up), speed dating style. Conclusion: there are great places to stay to suit anybody’s needs and preferences. I included some that we did not see.

This year, I added Beauport Hotel — which can handle a 400 person conference capacity!

Other news this year: Vista Motel has a new pool; Cape Ann Marina Resort initiated Boatsetter (‘Uber on the water’) and… send in updates and I’ll add it to the post.

Cape Ann SUP (Stand Up Paddleboard ) is right in there by Beauport and Long Beach for visiting guests.

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2 thoughts on “Great Places to Stay – Travel Gloucester

  1. I looked into booking a room at Beauport for October. Nothing less than almost $400.00 per night. I haven’t been in Gloucester in years, but is that the new going rate? I could stay at the Ritz Carlton in Boston for that price.

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    1. October is pretty. Your comment prompted me to check some dates on the Beauport Hotel reservations myself. For the October dates I plugged in the rate is $287. That price is a little more than Portland Maine where I just stayed for work in May in not as nice a hotel. It’s a little less than the newly renovated Plaza– which I haven’t seen since it was redone. Thanks so much for adding in!

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