10 Days / 9 Nights — Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont.
The Boston Tea Party and the Old North Church; the rugged coastline of Maine; the early America with echoes of Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys plus the covered bridges, white church steeples and Vermont maples, dressed in reds and golds.
DAY 1 — Boston - Kennebunkport
Leave Boston this morning driving north via Salem, along the New Hampshire coast and Portsmouth Kennebunkport situated on the rugged shoreline of Maine. Lodging: The White Barn Inn
DAY 2 — Boothbay Harbor
Continue north today along the scenic coast immortalized by the great American impressionist painters such as Winslow Homer, William Chase and James McNeil Whistler. Drive via Bath and Wiscasset to Boothbay Harbor. Lodging: Spruce Point Inn
DAY 3 — Bar Harbor
Depart Boothbay Harbor this morning driving via Blue Hill and Deer Isle to Bar Harbor located on Mount Desert Island. Lodging: Balance Rock Inn
DAY 4 — Bar Harbor
Full day to explore the remarkable Acadia National Park. Take the 20 mile Park Loop Road which is the park's top attraction. This fascinating drive takes you high above Bar Harbor before dropping down to the rocky coast. All in all, a remarkable day. Lodging: Balance Rock Inn
DAY 5 — Conway, NH
Leave Bar Harbor this morning driving through the heart of Maine and the rural countryside of New Hampshire to Conway, located on a hillside with a sweeping view of the White Mountains, Snowvillage Inn is as ideal romantic getaway. No traffic, no noise, just birds, crickets and the wind playing in the Pines. Lodging: Snowvillage Inn
DAY 6 — Shelburne
The drive today takes you along the Kancamagus into New Hampshire's famous White Mountain National Forest. Here in some 700,000 plus acres can be found more than 100 waterfalls, dozens of remote lakes and miles of brooks and streams. Lodging: Inn at Shelburne Farms
DAY 7 — Shelburne
Full day of exploring and visiting the Shelburne Museum. Originally designed as a model agricultural estate on the shores of Lake Champlain in 1886, Shelbourne Farms today is a 1,400-acre working farm, National Historic Landmark and nonprofit environmental education organization. Lodging: Inn at Shelburne Farms
DAY 8 — West Dover, VT
Head south this morning crossing the state via the "ideal" college town of Middlebury to Hanover and the beautiful village of Woodstock. Continue through the Green Mountains into the Mt. Snow region of Southern Vermont. Lodging: The Inn at Saw Mill Farm
DAY 9 — West Dover
Full day to explore the villages of southern Vermont, including Nefane and Townshend. Founded in the late 18th century, the two villages are a step back into early American history. Lodging: The Inn at Saw Mill Farm
DAY 10 — Boston
Leave West Dover this morning, driving southwest crossing the Vermont-Massachusetts border and along the Mohawk Trail to historic Concord and Lexington before an afternoon arrival in Boston.
Land Costs Per Person
|Private Car & Chauffeur/Guide Tour Rates||Self Drive Tour Rates|
|Starting from $8,240 per person||N/A|
Prices are per person, based on 2 passengers sharing a double. For larger parties and additional pricing contact us at 1-800-426-7502. Single Room Supplement: On Request
Our chauffeur was a huge American history buff. I think I learned more about American history driving through it than ever did from books. And he knew who had the best lobster tails.