As you could imagine, Plymouth goes all out in celebration of its history and ancestors on Thanksgiving. Make the town your holiday destination and see the waterfront transformed with parades, concerts, a food festival, and a living history museum—pilgrims and all. Here’s where to stay.
1. A Historic Mill
sleeps 10, $385 per night
Near downtown and a short walk to Plymouth Rock, a historic mill house with views of the Jenney Grist Mill has five bedrooms and colonial-inspired interiors. While some parts of the house do date back to the 17th century, others, like the kitchen, are have been newly updated. Learn more at vrbo.com.
2. A Waterfront Cabin
sleeps 3, $110 per night
Names Dick’s Maggot cabin after a 17th century English Country Dance, this rustic cabin has a small sitting room with a fireplace, a kitchen, and a water-view bedroom. With a dock on Log Pond, the property is one of four cabins for rent. Learn more at airbnb.com.
3. A Sea Captain’s Home
sleeps 5, $295 per night
This turn-of-the-century Sea Captain’s home goes by the name “The Winslow.” Located on the waterfront in Plymouth, this home has two bedrooms and two baths, a spacious living room, a long dining room table, and a view of the harbor. Learn more at airbnb.com.
4. A Garden Hideaway
sleeps 2, $145 per night
In a tree-covered yard slightly removed from downtown, this rental has a multi-level deck, open living space with exposed pine beams, and large kitchen. The property is adjacent to Morton Park, the largest park in Plymouth, containing 200 acres of forest, shoreline, and miles of walking trails. Learn more at airbnb.com.
5. A Victorian Escape
sleeps 16, $1,029-$1,200 per night
Invite your entire family to victorian waterfront home, with over 5200 square-feet of space, three living rooms, and six bedrooms. A large outdoor deck makes for an additional space to take in water views, and a game room includes foosball and ping pong. Learn more at vrbo.com.
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