Hanging Out in Gay Nantucket – Keep Calm and Wander

Hanging Out in Gay Nantucket - Keep Calm and Wander

What to Do in Gay Nantucket

The picture-perfect island of gay Nantucket used to be the whaling capital of the world. But today, it is a leading destination for summer vacations and a preferred location for the rich and the famous. But you don’t have to be a billionaire to enjoy an unforgettable trip or vacation on this New England island.

Luckily for all who want to experience the vibes of this iconic island, it is relatively easy to get there, and there are some more affordable places to stay.

This year, the property values and sales reached a record high for the entire state of Massachusetts and the region. So, it comes as no surprise that the prices of the luxurious hotels and inns on the island are rocket-high.

Devonfield Inn – Berkshires Gay B&B

Devonfield Inn - Berkshires Gay B&B

Berkshires Gay B&B Just A Few Minutes From Both Lenox and Stockbridge

Centrally located in Western Massachusetts, 1800 Devonfield Inn, is a gay owned and operated English Country Estate nestled on 36 acres of pastoral meadows shaded by graceful birch trees, with the rolling tapestry of the Berkshire Hills beyond. Our 200 year old historic estate and Berkshires gay B&B has been meticulously updated and is filled with fine antiques yet offers the modern conveniences that travels want. The Inn projects old world charm, that is both comfortable and inviting.

In the very heart of the Berkshires just minutes from Lenox and Stockbridge, Devonfield is convenient to all the area has to offer, including the Berkshire Theater Festival, Williamstown Theatre Festival Tanglewood Music Festival, Jacob’s Pillow, The Mount and the Norman Rockwell Museum, as well as a wonderful variety of fine restaurants, boutiques, antique shops, premium outlets and galleries. 

Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy hiking, kayaking, biking, golfing and fishing. Winter activities include downhill skiing, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.

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Harborview Inn – Gloucester Gay Friendly B&B

Harborview Inn - Gloucester Gay Friendly B&B

GLOUCESTER GAY FRIENDLY B&B ON CAPE ANN

The Harborview Inn sits on the Gloucester Harbor, with a view of the iconic Man at the Wheel statue.

Our Gloucester gay friendly B&B is an easy walk away from all that downtown has to offer – fun museums, great restaurants, local shopping, brew pubs, coffee shops, whale watching spots and tours, and many other seaside attractions.

Our guest rooms are comfortable and well-decorated, and each one has its own singular, charming style. Most of our rooms feature a wonderful harbor view, and all of them come with private bathroom, air conditioning, and cable television.

Guests of the Harborview Inn are invited to a complimentary continental breakfast each morning – you’ll enjoy fresh fruit and pastries from around the Cape Ann region.

Our cheerful and knowledgable staff at our gay friendly Gloucester B&B is always there to help make your stay both relaxing and fun.

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Somerset House Inn – Gay Provincetown Bed & Breakfast

Somerset House Inn - Gay Provincetown Bed & Breakfast
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LUXURY GAY PROVINCETOWN BED & BREAKFAST

Planning a trip to Cape Cod and Provincetown? Come stay with us at Somerset House Inn B&B – a gay Provincetown bed & breakfast. We offer year round accommodations in the heart of Ptown, on Commercial Street just across from the bay.

We offer a number of guest rooms with gorgeous bay views, a friendly alternative to an impersonal hotel.

We serve a delicious, hot breakfast every morning between 8:30 and 10:30 am:

* Coffee
* Juice
* Hot tea
* Pastries
* Fruit
* Cereal
* Yogurt
* A hot dish

Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions or special needs in advance so we can provide something appropriate for you.

We also have an evening reception, which includes wine from a local vineyard. 

Commemorating your anniversary or celebrating some other important event? Let us know, and we’ll be happy to help make it memorable.

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Harborview Inn – Gay Friendly Gloucester B&B

Harborview Inn - Gay Friendly Gloucester B&B

GAY FRIENDLY GLOUCESTER B&B ON CAPE ANN

The Harborview Inn sits on the Gloucester Harbor, with a view of the iconic Man at the Wheel statue.

Our gay friendly Gloucester B&B is an easy walk away from all that downtown Gloucester, Massachusetts has to offer – fun museums, great restaurants, local shopping, brew pubs, coffee shops, whale watching spots and tours, and many other seaside attractions.

Our guest rooms are comfortable and well-decorated, and each one has its own singular, charming style. Most of our rooms feature a wonderful harbor view, and all of them come with private bathroom, air conditioning, and cable television.

Guests of the Harborview Inn are invited to a complimentary continental breakfast each morning – you’ll enjoy fresh fruit and pastries from around the Cape Ann region.

Our friendly and knowledgable staff at our gay friendly Gloucester B&B is always there to help make your stay both relaxing and fun.

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Somerset House Inn – Provincetown Gay Bed & Breakfast

Somerset House Inn - Provincetown Gay Bed & Breakfast

LUXURY PROVINCETOWN GAY BED & BREAKFAST

Planning a trip to Cape Cod and Provincetown? Come stay with us at Somerset House Inn B&B – a Provincetown gay bed & breakfast. We offer year round accommodations in the heart of Ptown, on Commercial Street just across from the bay.

We offer a number of guest rooms with gorgeous bay views, a friendly alternative to an impersonal hotel.

We serve a delicious, hot breakfast every morning between 8:30 and 10:30 am:

* Coffee
* Juice
* Hot tea
* Pastries
* Fruit
* Cereal
* Yogurt
* A hot dish

Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions or special needs in advance so we can provide something appropriate for you.

We also have an evening reception, which includes wine from a local vineyard. 

Commemorating your anniversary or celebrating some other important event? Let us know, and we’ll be happy to help make it memorable.

See the Somerset House Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

Provincetown Gay Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels, and Vacation Rentals

Somerset House Inn – Gay Owned Bed & Breakfast in Provincetown, Massachusetts

Somerset House Inn - Gay Owned Bed & Breakfast in Provincetown, Massachusetts

SOMERSET HOUSE INN – LUXURY ACCOMMODATIONS IN PROVINCETOWN

Coming to Provincetown? Somerset House Inn B&B offers year round lodging in the heart of Ptown, on Commercial Street just across from the bay.

We have a number of guestrooms with bay views, and can provide a friendly alternative to an impersonal hotel.

We serve our guests a hot breakfast each morning between 8:30 and 10:30 am – breakfast includes coffee, juice, and hot tea, pastries, fruit, cereal, yogurt, and a hot dish. Please let us know of any dietary restrictions or needs in advance so we can provide something appropriate for you. We also provide an evening reception including wine from a local vineyard. 

If you’re commemorating your anniversary or celebrating some other important event, please let us know, and we’ll be happy to help make it memorable.

We offer free parking between May 1 and October 31. If you will need parking during your stay, please let us know in advance.

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Provincetown Gay Friendly Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels, and Vacation Rentals

Lesbian Boston – Go Girlfriend

Lesbian Boston - Deposit Photos

Business travel often takes us to new cities and states outside our regular travel zone. Too often it’s a swoop in, attend the conference and hop back on that plane to wing your way back home. How sinful that we don’t take an extra day before or after to at least see the local sights and taste the local flavors – or make a long weekend of it. Clearly the host community is well set to share their local restaurants, craft brews, it’s harbor front or mountainscape – they want you to explore! stroll the Boston HarborWalk Trail. I know the local economies appreciate our dollars being spent there.

Recently, we had the great opportunity to add a few days to our conference travel and spend it exploring Boston and Salem, Massachusetts. This was a conference on a scale we’ve never attended before with 26,000+ attendees arriving in Boston for 3 days at the Inbound Marketing conference. Think on that – 26,000+ attendees from around North America and the world; a powerful community learning experience Boston is well suited to host.

Take Time Out to See Lesbian Boston

We arrived in Boston the day of the conference. Grabbing a cab from the airport to our hotel – The Boston Westin Waterfront – gave us a teasing glimpse of the waterfront area, it’s walking trails and vibrant city buzz. We were hooked and knew we wanted to get out and explore more.

Lesbian Salem, Massachusetts – Go Girlfriend

What is it about Salem that captures our imagination? Is it the witch trials and the execution of 20 innocent people, is it the magical mysticism of witchcraft that seems to permeate the area, or is it that it’s a nearly 400 year old historic seaside town in early American colonial history that was one of the most influential seaports on the eastern seaboard?

No matter which of these are your draw to Salem, it’s a wonderful community that weaves these stories together with it’s central historic district, it’s waterfront restaurants and marketplace, and it’s historic markers linking back to the witch trials and it’s centuries old roots.

And no matter your purpose of visiting Salem – the 1692 Witchcraft Trials, modern witchcraft, Salem as a colonial commercial seaport, its ghost tours, or as a Halloween enthusiast – we recommend taking a tour to hear the stories to help bring the history of this seaside community alive. We had a fantastic 2-hour Salem History Walking Tour with Kenneth that we highly recommend, but Salem.org offers all manner of tours to help you better understand Salem.

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