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Off Cape Cod Hotels, MA

The towns included in Off Cape are Acushnet, Boston, Charlemont, New Bedford, Newport, Plymouth, Rockport, Salem, Wareham, and Wrentham. Originally as the agricultural community, the town of Acushnet has retained its rural atmosphere, while also providing a home for various industries. It is the original home of the golf ball. During each fall at the time of Apple/Peach festival, the Acushnet's growers, artisans and Historical society welcomes visitors. Boston has a continental climate. Summers are typically warm and humid while the winters are cold, windy and snowy. It is an attractive and historic market town which is dominated by the 14th century St. Botolph's Church. The city is a busy commercial and retail center. It is undergoing development as a longer stay destination.

Charlemont is a town in Franklin, County. It is famous for Alpine Skiing, camping, hiking and water rafting. New Bedford, a city in Bristol County is also known as the Whaling city due to the fact that it is one of the important ports for the whaling industry.

Newport is a brand of menthol cigarettes produced in United States. It is the only city which has the highest number of colonial homes in the nation. The Newport jazz festival and the Newport folk festival are the main attractions here.

Plymouth is located around 40 miles south of Boston in a region of Massachusetts known as the South Shore. Plymouth Rock is one of the famous attractions in that region. Rockport has Halibut point state park, Thacher island, Bearskin Neck and the Dogtown common are the main attractions. Wareham is also a town in Plymouth, famous for Lopes park, Wareham free library and Town greens. Salem, a city in Essex county has tourism as an important part of its economy. The Salem state college, Salem willows park, Peabody Essex museum are the attractions. Wrentham, a town in Norfolk County is a vibrant town and has easy access to Boston and Providence.