Our vacation home is nestled in the center of historic Plymouth. It's a great location because it's just 500 feet from Nelson Recreational Park and Beach. Nelson Recreational Area has a long beach, new 'splash pad' water play area for children, large playground, walking path, boat ramp, paved bike trial, picnic area and seasonal snack bar.
Since we are located in the center of 'America's Hometown', the Mayflower II, Plymouth Rock and harbor area are just a short walk from our home. In the center of town, there are also many shops and restuarants, whale watching and fishing boat tours, visitor's center, Provincetown Ferry, Jenney Grist Mill and other historic sites.
Our home is a spacious, second floor apartment of a two family home with your own private entrance. It has been recently remodeled and has central air conditioning. In addition, it has high speed wifi, a fast large screen pc, two tvs, an additional gaming tv with wii console and a iPhone docking station/radio. It provides our guests with a comfortable and convenient setting to enjoy all that Plymouth has to offer. Our home is smoke and pet free.
The combination of natural beauty, historic sites and many conveniences makes Plymouth a wonderful location for a vacation destination. Of the top 15 things to do in Plymouth, as ranked by TripAdvisor.com, 12 are within walking distance of our home.
Plimoth Plantation (living museum on the Pilgram Colony and Wampanoag Site), the Myles Standish State Forest (13 miles of hiking trails), beautiful beaches and golf courses are all about a 10 minute drive from our home.
The Plymouth Railroad Station, which is a commuter train that services Boston, is less than two miles away from our home and provides free parking. The local bus line can be picked up right outside our home (just give them a wave) and costs $1 for adults and half price for children/seniors for a one way fare. The bus line has stops at the Plymouth Railroad Station, the large malls and various locations in and around downtown Plymouth.
There are many places to go for day trips: Cape Cod is a 30 minute drive, Boston and Providence are about an hour drive. We have tour books, maps and guest information to help you decide what to do in and around Plymouth. We would be happy to assist you with your vacation planning needs.
This is a photo of my family. From left to right is Yara, Alex (17), Joe and Niko (18). We live in Connecticut and purchased this two family home as an investment because we ultimately want retire in Plymouth because of the quality of life and the abundance of things to do. We initially were going to rent both apartments but my husband's parents (Joan and George) loved the area so much, they moved into the first floor apartment and provide assistance to our guests. We look forward to sharing our home with you so that you can enjoy Plymouth too :)