New York & New England

14 nights from £2,469
Includes flights, car rental and accommodation.
Travelling next year? Book now for an early discount.

Option to upgrade to B&B New England Inns

New England offers a unique style of accommodation, and the classic New England Inn is very much an authentic part of the North East experience.

Our 3 hotel options offer a choice of standard hotels more of a value focus, upgraded hotels for perhaps improved locations and better rooms, or our ‘Inns’ package offering luxury city hotels and upgrades to high standard authentic New England Inns where available.


Value package from: £2,469
Standard package from: £2,675
Superior packages from: £3,015

You can mix and match hotels from our value, standard and superior options – call for package price.


Daily departures from 1st April – 31st October

Day 1 – Arrive New York

Take your pick from over 30 daily non-stop flights to New York from airports across the U.K. Your flight will take approximately 8 hours and on arrival we have arranged for a shuttle transfer to take you from the airport to your hotel.

New York City is home to America’s famous landmarks — the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center with it’s Top of the Rock Observation Deck, Central Park, Madison Avenue, the Miracle Mile of Museums and more.

To maximise your time in the city, you may want to purchase a 3 Day New York Explorer Pass that provides discounts for 16 major New York attractions. The choices include a City Lights Evening Cruise, a Hop-On Hop-off Double Decker Downtown Bus Tour, an NBC studio tour, as well as other major attractions.

Standard: The Maxwell Hotel NYC
Upgraded: The Lexington Hotel New York City
Inns: The Westin New York at Times Square

Day 2 – New York

Today art lovers can risk sensory overload at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which has 2 million works of art from around the world and the Museum of Modern Art, dedicated exclusively to contemporary art.

History buffs should be sure to tour the American Museum of Natural History where there is always something new to see. The Ellis Island Immigration Museum holds another fascinating story.

Travellers who have visited New York before can get off the beaten path. We can fill your Personal Travel Portfolio with wonderful, but little known attractions like the Cloisters, the medieval collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and some wonderful gardens. In fact, there are enough great gardens to spend your entire visit in New York outdoors.

Standard: The Maxwell Hotel NYC
Upgraded: The Lexington Hotel New York City
Inns: The Westin New York at Times Square

Day 3 – New York

Beyond the top attractions, the city itself is something to behold. Take the free Staten Island ferry for a stunning view of Manhattan alternatively take a trip out to Woodbury Common Premium Outlets® the world’s largest collection of designer outlet stores for all your designer bargains. Don’t forget about Broadway and Lincoln Center for evening entertainment!

There really is enough to fill a week stay in New York, so do some research and choose the activities that suit you, safe in the knowledge your hotel location will be perfect for your 3 nights exploring the Big Apple.

Standard: The Maxwell Hotel NYC
Upgraded: The Lexington Hotel New York City
Inns: The Westin New York at Times Square

Day 4 – New York – Boston
220 miles, 4-5 hour Scenic Rail Journey

Departing from New York Penn Station, just a 10 minute walk from Time Square, today you board the Amtrak service to Boston. You can sit back, relax as the journey takes between 4 and 5 hours but be sure to look out for the section near the coast of Connecticut and Rhode Island which is a particularly scenic part of the journey.

With a choice of departures from New York we’d recommend and early one leaving you the afternoon in Boston to explore.

In a city filled with many interesting things to see and do, the Freedom Trail is the highlight of Boston for visitors. The 2.5 mile red brick walking trail leads you to 16 nationally significant historic sites, everyone an authentic American treasure. Preserved and dedicated by the citizens of Boston in 1958, when the wrecking ball threatened several important places, the Freedom Trail today is a unique collection of museums, churches, meeting houses, burying grounds, parks, a ship, and historic markers that tell the story of the American Revolution.

You can take a self-guided tour or one of the many tours available through the National Park Service. Tours begin every half hour from the park visitor center at 15 State Street opposite the Old State House. If you prefer to ride, you can take a trolley tour, which is an unofficial guided tour, but does include many of the most important sites along the Trail including Old Ironsides, the Paul Revere House and the Old North Church. Plan to stop and eat at Faneuil Hall, once the primary meeting place for America’s revolutionaries. It is now a bustling market of restaurants and shops.

Standard: The Midtown Hotel
Upgraded: Sheraton Boston Hotel
Inns: Ritz-Carlton Boston Common

Day 5 – Boston

If you were able to experience a portion of the Freedom Trail yesterday, you can complete that journey today and delve into the myriad of other possibilities for exploring.

There are always a variety of exhibits at the Boston Museum of Science. Cheers, of the famous television show of the same name, is located on Beacon Hill. The Sam Adams Brewery is a recent addition, founded in 1984. The Boston Museum of Arts, founded in 1876, has an outstanding, world-renowned collection that includes some 450,000 items. The New England Aquarium offers special whale watching trips until October. There’s also the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, Newberry Street, with some of the best antiquing in America, and Cambridge, MA, home of Harvard University, right across the river.

Boston is a shopping mecca, so why not head to historic Back Bay to stock up on fashion favourites at Copley Place – a dazzling mixed-use complex with over 70 stores and restaurants!

Standard: The Midtown Hotel
Upgraded: Sheraton Boston Hotel
Inns: Ritz-Carlton Boston Common

Day 6 – Boston – Salem – Kennebunkport
88 miles

A scenic drive on the Essex National Heritage Area Scenic Byways takes you north through Salem, site of the famous witch trials in 1694, Marblehead, Ipswich, and Newburyport.

From there, you’ll be travelling the Coastal Byway to Hampton Beach and Portsmouth on your way to Kennebunkport. The Kennebunks are very old coastal towns, settled in 1620. Maine remained a part of the Colony of Massachusetts and Kennebunk did not become a city until 1820. If you’re up for a short walk at this point, the Kennebunk National Register Historic District Village walk begins at the Brick Store Museum and continues on Main Street. If there’s time, the Kennebunkport History Center is located at 125 North Street. Five buildings, including a shipwright’s office, comprise the history center campus and present a good perspective of seafaring life in the Massachusetts colony.

If you didn’t get the chance for a little designer shopping in New York you may wish to call in to Kittery Premium Outlets® to top up your suitcase with the latest designer gear at bargain prices.

Standard: Best Western Merry Manor Inn
Upgraded: Nonantum Resort
Inns: Nonantum Resort

Day 7 – Kennebunkport – Wiscasset – Bar Harbor
200 miles

Today, you can spend the entire day meandering up the rugged and beautiful Maine Coast or take the inland route to arrive much faster. Bar Harbor is one of America’s quintessential destinations, where the Maine coast and Acadia National Park are absolutely integral to the town. Since you will be here today and tomorrow, today may be a good day to drive the Mt. Desert Island portion of the Acadia National Scenic Byway.

The Maine coast was actually discovered by European explorer Giovanni da Verrazano. He named the region L’Acadia. French explorer Samuel Champlain christened the main island of Acadia National Park, known today as Mount Desert Island, l’Isles des Monts-deserts in 1604. The island was later settled by Massachusetts colonists branching out, with most engaged in farming, fishing, lumbering and shipbuilding in the 1820s. It was not until later that the Rockefellers, Morgans, Fords, Astors and Vanderbilts began summering in Bar Harbor. A public land trust was created in 1901 to save the island and area from increasing development.

Standard: Ramada by Wyndham Ellsworth
Upgraded: Best Western Acadia Park Inn
Inns: The Bluenose Inn

Day 8 – Bar Harbor / Acadia National Park

There are three parts to Acadia National Park: Mount Desert Island, the Schoodic Peninsula and Isle au Haut. Even though buses run from place to place on the drive, you can do the scenic drives of both the Mount Desert and Schoodic portions yourself. There are three visitors center and an additional museum on Little Cranberry Island which is only reached by a ferry from Northeast Harbor or Southwest Harbor.

Isle au Haut is only available by boat and it is not a car ferry. Once there, it is a working village. You can check into it and determine whether or not it will be worth the time it takes to get there and back, and whether there would be anything of interest for you to do there.

Perhaps you will also want to have a carriage ride on one of the cobblestone Carriage Roads that John D. Rockefeller built in the area, but are no longer accessible to automobiles.

Enjoy this beautiful park which is wonderful at any time of the year to visit. If the entrances to Acadia National Park and other roadways are crowded, take the Island Explorer bus to the various park destinations and local communities.

Standard: Ramada by Wyndham Ellsworth
Upgraded: Best Western Acadia Park Inn
Inns: The Bluenose Inn

Day 9 – Bar Harbor – White Mountains, New Hampshire
190 miles

After a very restful evening on the serene Maine coast, another series of scenic roads will take you to New Hampshire’s White Mountains. It’s everything you’d expect in quintessential New England. Cold, clear rushing streams reflect the deep lush greens of summer and the blazing colours that set the hillsides on fire in fall. Towering granite cliffs and soaring mountains hug both sides of the road as you make your way along age old winding, scenic routes, the woods that poet Robert Frost called, ‘lovely, dark and deep.’

You can come here to escape all of mankind, which most of the residents do. Locals will assure you that you can have a vacation away from the ‘citied’ world in a place that has not changed much in centuries. Many of the charming villages still look as they did when writer Nathaniel Hawthorne and painter Thomas Cole lived here in the 18th century. And that’s the way they like it, slow, easy and simple, leaving time to appreciate the astounding scenic beauty all around.

Standard: Town & Country Inn & Resort
Upgraded: North Conway Grand Hotel
Inns: Eagle Mountain House & Golf Club

Day 10 – White Mountains – Stowe (Green Mountains, Vermont)
112 miles

Today we recommend an early start, so enjoy breakfast and then head for the hills… Mount Washington to be precise. Whilst in this spectacular area you must take time out to visit the grand and glorious ‘Mount Washington Hotel’. Wander through the recently restored public areas in and out where presidents, poets and celebrities have enjoyed over the years.

Then it’s back on the road, off along more beautiful scenic byways as you head to the Vermont Green Mountains. Nearly 70 years after the von Trapp family resettled from Austria, ‘the hills are still alive with the sound of music!’ On your way there, you’ll enjoy the classic New England landscape and architecture – a mountain ridgeline, a winding river, hillside farms, covered bridges, and quaint villages bathed in bright sunshine and set up against mountains as old as time. And, of course, there’s Ben and Jerry’s ice cream factory.

The countryside hasn’t changed much here in the 230 years since the Green Mountain Boys declared Vermont an independent republic. A mountain pass in Vermont is called a ‘notch’ and mountains here have interesting names like Camels Hump and Crouching Lion. New England at its finest! Enjoy your drive.

Arriving into strikingly beautiful Stowe you’ll soon discover why this is a village that travellers want to return to again and again. Known as a fabulous ski resort, Stowe is much more than that – with its picture postcard New England landscape, the Village of Stowe features many unique shops and a variety of dining venues. Located in the centre of town your lodging for this evening is the focal point of historic Stowe Village.

Standard: Golden Eagle Resort
Upgraded: Golden Eagle Resort
Inns: Commodores Inn

Day 11 – Stowe (Green Mountains) – The Berkshires
155 miles

Continue south along Route 100, where you will take in some of the most spectacular scenery in Vermont’s Green Mountains. With their dense forests, the mountains are home to bears, moose, wild turkey, and deer. See picture-perfect villages and some of Vermont’s famous covered bridges before crossing into Massachusetts’ Berkshires, known for their rural beauty and cultural assets. Overnight in the college town of Williamstown.

Standard, Upgraded & Inns: The Williams Inn

Day 12 – The Berkshires – Newport, Rhode Island
185 miles

As you travel south through The Berkshires today, you soon come upon Lenox, which was a prosperous farming and mill town until it was suddenly ‘discovered’ by the rich and famous in Boston and New York in the mid 1800s.

Nathaniel Hawthorne was the first to arrive. He wrote the House of Seven Gables while living in a little red cottage just outside of town. Samuel Gray Ward, a Boston banker who would later finance the purchase of Alaska by the United States, built a summer home near Hawthorne’s cottage. And the rest, as they say, ‘is history.’ By the late 1800s, Lenox and Stockbridge were booming with the summer homes of the country’s elite. Shadowbrook, Anson Stokes ‘summer cottage,’ had 100 rooms.

Stockbridge, located right next to Lenox, is Norman Rockwell’s America at its finest. The Red Lion Inn is the focal point of one of Rockwell’s best known paintings. Stockbridge is also the home of the Norman Rockwell Museum and Chesterwood, the historic home of Daniel Chester French, who created the statue of Abraham Lincoln in the Lincoln Memorial as well as other well known works of public art.

And just when you thought there couldn’t possibly be more scenic roads in New England, you’ll experience US Route 20 across southern Massachusetts through Sturbridge and the Blackstone River Valley on your way to Newport, Rhode Island. Plan to stop at Old Sturbridge Village where you will come face-to-face with the past and the events that shaped life from the late 1700s to early 1800s in colonial Massachusetts. The Village, set out as a country town, illustrates the struggles and triumphs of everyday life.

The Blackstone River Valley in Rhode Island was the site of the first textile manufacturing in the United States, giving rise to the Industrial Revolution in the American northeast. Legend has it that Samuel Slater stole the original technology from England. His original mill on the Blackstone River has been painstakingly reconstructed. Now lined with pleasant, well manicured towns, it will be hard to imagine that this serene and lovely region once teemed with over 1,100 textile mills and thousands of residents who worked in them.

Make sure you visit at least one of the mansions built during the Gilded Age. The wonderful houses along the cliffs and Bellevue Avenue were the ‘summer cottages’ of the rich and famous from New York and Philadelphia who descended on Newport for a summer social season. Houses modelled after French castles and other royal residences were the site of lavish parties, dalliances and intrigue. When no longer occupied by their owners, a collection of the mansions were purchased by the Preservation Society of Newport and have been opened to the public. The Breakers and Rosecliff are the two best.

Standard: Holiday Inn Express Middleton / Newport
Upgraded: Holiday Inn Express Middleton / Newport
Inns: Newport Beach Hotel & Suites

Day 13 – Newport – Cape Cod
75 miles

Cape Cod is larger than most people imagine. The Upper Cape closest to the Massachusetts mainland is home to Sandwich and Falmouth, location of the famous Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Hyannis, of Kennedy fame, is located Mid-Cape. The narrow portion of land where it bends sharply north is considered the Lower Cape. The Outer Cape includes the Cape Cod National Seashore, forty miles of pristine sandy beach, marshes, ponds and uplands. Lighthouses, cultural landscapes and wild cranberry bogs offer a glimpse of Cape Cod’s past. Stephen Leatherman, aka Dr. Beach, recently named Coast Guard Beach the 5th best beach in the US. Provincetown, at the very end of the Cape and long known as an art town, berths several whale watching fleets that patrol Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary. Several guarantee a whale sighting at the right time of year.

Standard: Hyannis Harbor Hotel
Upgraded: Holiday Inn Cape Cod Hyannis
Inns: Dan’l Webster Inn & Spa

Day 14 – Cape Cod

Today, you have one more full day to explore Cape Cod. You can take a ferry to Nantucket Island or to Martha’s Vineyard. Nantucket is one of the most unique, historic and visually stunning places in the world. Originally a booming whaling port, the National Historic District of Nantucket has changed little since the 17th century, when many of the seaside cottages were built and old-fashioned whale oil lamps lit the streets. Martha’s Vineyard, another coastal island, actually has six different towns that are as different as night and day. Once a thriving whaling port, the island is now home to writers, artists, architects and designers who come here to get away from the hustle and bustle of Boston. There are no chain restaurants, no shopping malls and no speed over 45 miles an hour on Martha’s Vineyard. What a great way to end your journey through New England in complete relaxation!

Standard: Hyannis Harbor Hotel
Upgraded: Holiday Inn Cape Cod Hyannis
Inns: Dan’l Webster Inn & Spa

Day 15 – Depart Boston
73 miles

With overnight non-stop flights leaving from Boston in the evening, you have plenty of time to drive north along the coast or spend some more time on Cape Cod. Maybe stop in Plymouth, a living panorama of Pilgrim and Colonial times and see the Mayflower II. Return your car at the airport before your departure flight.

Your holiday includes

  • Scheduled Flights
  • UK & US Airport taxes
  • Accommodation – 14 nights
  • Compact car rental based on Hertz – 14 day rental.
  • Exclusive travel documentation portfolio including personalised maps, itinerary and driver directions along with all applicable tickets and vouchers.

Additional Experiences

Our holidays are completely tailored to suit you. We would be happy to help you choose from a vast array of additional experiences that will enhance your North America holiday adventure.

These might include:

  • City tours
  • Helicopter flights
  • Sporting event tickets
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Rafting
  • Horseback riding
  • Restaurant reservations

There are many more, often quite unique to your chosen destination so please do ask.


Itinerary Summary

Location Nights
New York 3
Boston 2
Kennebunkport 1
Bar Harbor 2
White Mountains 1
Stowe 1
Williamstown 1
Newport 1
Cape Cod 2

Based on low season travel for 2 people

Factors affecting price:
Availability – early booking, best prices
Seasonal variations
Weekend travel/hotel stays
Special events/conferences
Varying available room types

For all of the above reasons, please speak to our experienced team who can offer relevant advice on seasonal variations and create a personalised itinerary and costing for your specific dates.


British Airways Seat Sale

Call now for further discounts of up to £100 when seat sale fares are available.

Flight Upgrades

Reduced premium cabin travel available.

Prices from
Premium/World Traveller Plus: £265 each way
Business/Club Class: £1,249 each way

Call us on 01159 610590 for availability and details.

Why Book With C.N.A?

  • All holidays ATOL protected.
  • Tailored itinerary to suit you.
  • Choice of airlines & departure points.
  • Deals on flight upgrades.
  • Low booking deposit.
  • Detailed & personalised travel pack – your personally prepared ring-bound travel itinerary booklet is prepared individually.

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