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New England: pretty place to stay w/ a dog...

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Please recommend accomodations in the New England area that would provide respite and relaxation in a scenic setting. I am traveling with my husband, who has limited mobility; he walks limited distances with a cane. Because of his disability, physical activity is not a priorty. We would like to bring our dog, who is not a service dog.

We live in MA: ocean, mountains, lakes are all welcome settings. I am looking for a place that is a destination itself, where we will be content to spend the majority of the time. A cabin, hotel or large inn would be prefered over a bed and breakfast. I would like to spend $200 or less for 2-3 nights in August or September.

All recommendations are appreciated.

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