The historic heart of modern America. Six of America’s original 13 states make up New England: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. Tucked in the northeast corner of the USA, each is different in character, landscape and history. But they are united in offering a warm welcome, built on years of hospitality, best enjoyed in that New England institution: a country inn or bed & breakfast.
There are rivers and lakes, towering forests, miles of white sand beaches, mountain ranges with hiking and skiing trails, quaint fishing villages and coastal resorts with elegant yachts bobbing in the harbour. Holidays in New England are richly rewarding. White-steepled churches on emerald greens, sophisticated Boston and forests aflame with autumnal reds and golds.
Gateway to New England and packed full of charm and character, Boston is one of the USA’s most historic cities, blending European charm, culture and modern day America. As one of the country’s oldest cities, everything is within easy walking distance and we feature a fantastic range of hotels in all the most popular regions such as Back Bay, Copley Square and Downtown.
Purely New England is a fully ATOL bonded specialist tour operator to New England and with 20 pre-planned but flexible self drive tours, 8 escorted coach tours, 2, 3 & 5 night bike tours, rail tours, Boston city breaks, car hire, Flights, ski & snowboard packages, holiday rental homes, extensive New England information pages and hundreds of hotel's, Inn's and B&B's to suit every budget no other UK tour operator offer's you a wider choice of holiday options to New England.
Our experienced staff who are all well travelled in New England are ready to take your call, we are open 7 days a week and are able to offer a tailor-made service to suit your travel needs and requirements, so let us inspire you and help plan your dream holiday to this stunning region.
Please use the above links or the options along the left hand side of this page to start planning your perfect holiday to New England.