Best Vacation Home Deals in Plymouth
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Price and Availability Index in Plymouth
Vacation Rental Price Information in Plymouth
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Plymouth. in Plymouth, prices can go up to $372 (6/22 - 6/29). Prices are more affordable in February (2/16 - 2/23).
Rental Availability Information in Plymouth
Check out the graph above to find out how many accommodations are available in Plymouth(in %). The week with the least available rentals is in November (11/17 - 11/24), with only 50% of the rentals available. It will be easy to find a rental that suits you in a week of September (9/28 - 10/5), as 83% of the rentals are still available.
The Weather in Plymouth
Find the Plymouth climate diagram. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 82°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 21° in February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
Vacation rentals in "America's Hometown," beautiful Plymouth!
One of America’s first permanent European settlements, Plymouth, Massachusetts, beckons with its rich history, vibrant community, and charming colonial architecture. Enjoy it all it with a vacation home.
A historic sojourn
Downtown Plymouth and the waterfront are easily walkable. Make sure to see Plymouth Rock at the harbor, which commemorates the landing of the Pilgrims. Mayflower II, docked at Plymouth Pier, features costumed crew members who recreate the Pilgrims' historic voyage to New England. Another top-rated attraction in Plymouth is the living history museum, Plimoth Plantation, where costumed staff recreate 17th-century. Hobbamock's Homesite at the plantation offers a poignant glimpse at Native American life before the arrival of colonists.
Check out exhibitions of colonists' possessions at the Pilgrim Hall Museum. How about a narrated bus tour ride with America's Hometown Shuttle? Or a twilight lantern tour through Plymouth's cemeteries and alledgedly haunted areas? Burial Hill, one of America's oldest cemeteries, boasts sweeping harbor views and intriguing epitaphs.
Hire a fishing charter and go whale watching, or set off for a day trip to Boston or Cape Cod. Myles Standish State Forest beguiles with its bike trails and crystal ponds. Consider kayaking at 269-acre Billington Sea, a warm-water pond excellent for bass fishing. Plymouth Long Beach and Whitehorse Beach are great swimming beaches.
Free Concerts on the Waterfront is a series of summer concerts held at Plymouth Rock. Feverish July 4th celebrations unravel at the historic waterfront to the patriotic beats of the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra. July's Blessing of the Fleet festival features local bands, nautical theme booths, crab races, rowing competitions, and merriment galore. The Waterfront Festival in August is another grand affair worth checking out.
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