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Family friendly hotel, Amherst/North Hampton/Holyoke, MA area

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My husband and I want to take our daughters (almost 4 and 18 months) for a short two day trip to Western, MA sometime this summer. Two places we want to hit are the Eric Carle museum in Amherst and the children's museum in Holyoke. We need a family friendly hotel to stay at for two nights. We would like it to have a pool, but it doesn't have to be fancy. Where do you suggest we stay? Amherst or North Hampton or Holyoke? We would like to be pretty close to the town we stay in. Any info would be helpful as I do not know much about this area, even though I have lived in eastern and central MA my entire life. Any ideas on what other things to do with younger little ones in this area?

Thanks in advance!

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