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Relaxing New England Weekend Getaway

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My husband and I are looking to spend a long weekend, mid-June somewhere in New England. I've been mostly looking at coastal Maine, but am open to other options. The Berkshires and NH are other areas I've considered. We're interested in recommendations for specific towns and also which hotel/B&B/inn/resort people recommend. We'll be driving from Boston, so something within a 3- or 4-hour drive.

It's most important that the accommodations are comfy and relaxing - I'll be six months pregnant, so I'm looking to be pampered a little. We aren't interested in lots of activities... we're content with sitting by the water, short walks, or lounging in the sun. Mainly just a relaxing weekend away where we don't have to do anything. Locations close to town centers would be fine as would more secluded areas (though the more secluded, the nicer the accommodations would need to be).

We'd like to spend less than $300/night.

Thanks so much!

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