America's hometown offers you an opportunity to view your nation's history at its beginning. The Auberge Gladstone is a step away from landmarks such as Plymouth Rock, Forefathers Monument and Pilgrim Hall, America's oldest public museum where you can see artifacts from the Mayflower.
The waterfront Nelson Street park, pictured above, is within walking distance of the guest house, and features a splash pad, walking trails, a playground, and a healthy food kiosk. Morton Pond Park is another local favorite spot where you can swim in cool clear water and walk, bike, or drive around the pond to find your own private picnic spot.
The Auberge Gladstone is the first choice for vacationers who do not want to stay in impersonal
hotels. You can enjoy the rich historic atmosphere of Plymouth within easy walking distance of the Gladstone. The house is ideally
situated in Plymouth's historic downtown. The Gladstone's strategic location makes it the perfect 'hub' for the experienced traveler. From
the Gladstone, you can take day trips to Boston, Provincetown, Cape Cod, Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard, Newport and Providence.
Plymouth sights and attractions include historic landmarks, scenic beach front trails via roller
blades or bikes, and the best fishing and whale watching on the Eastern Seaboard. In addition, capture New England's landscape by visiting
nearby state forests, ponds, and lakes. For the true vacationer, local public beaches offer sun and sand for the entire family. If your tastes
are more toward the arts, Plymouth has a unique variety of galleries, museums, and musical experiences, not the least of which features
concert series from Plymouth Memorial Hall. And for the golf enthusiasts, the Gladstone is within ten minutes of the best Championship coursesin Massachusetts.
- guide to Plymouth attractions.
- welcome to the 17th century.
- unique paddlewheel boat cruises.
- whale watches..ferry to Provincetown.
- easy way to get around.
- pilgrim possesions.