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There’s no better time to visit New England than the end of summer and early fall. The crowds have died down and the quietness of nature envelopes you and forces relaxation. In late summer, you’ll still enjoy warm temperatures and long days, perfect for exploring beaches. Come early fall, the trees will burst with colors and the temperatures will slowly start to lower. You’ll be in a perfect position to take advantage of hundreds of mountainous hikes, small town explorations and walks along the beautiful Atlantic coastline. Best of all, it won’t cost you a fortune. We’ve rounded up the 8 best budget inns—and found rates for as little as $160/nightly on CheapTickets.com—for your next New England visit. 

ALSO: 8 awesome hostels for travelers over 35

 

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Cedar Crest Inn: Camden, ME
Located in Camden, the Cedar Crest Inn is just a few blocks from the beach. At just $159 nightly, you’ll pay a small price for a great family beach trip!

 

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Glenmoor By The Sea: Lincolnville, ME
You’ll get ocean views for as low as $159 nightly at Glenmoor By The Sea. Set in the charming town of Lincolnville, the property is oceanfront and near plenty of outdoor activities. 

 

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Killington Mountain Lodge: Killington, VT
In winter, Killington is swarming with snow bunnies eager to hit the slopes, but this town is just as popular in the off season. Stay at the Killington Mountain Lodge for $134 nightly and spend your days lounging by the pool or hiking nearby trails.

 

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The Stowehof: Stowe, VT
Stowe is perhaps the most charming town in Vermont and like many ski towns, it’s a great place to visit in the off season. At the Stowehof, you can explore the town and hit up locally owned boutiques and great restaurants for as little as $99 nightly. Our favorite is Prohibition Pig, just 10 minutes away in nearby Waterbury. 

 ALSO: You’ll be inn good spirits when you sign up for CheapCash and start earning points toward hotel stays.

 

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Nantasket Hotel at the Beach: Hull, MA
The only thing standing between you and sand between your toes at the Nantasket Hotel at the Beach is a short walk acrorss the street. Ocean views greet you each morning at this inn for only $155 nightly. 

 

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The Inn at Thorn Hill
A charming inn and a spa? You can’t beat that! Sure, it’s a little over the $160 marker but with rates as low as $179 nightly, The Inn at Thorn Hill & Spa is worth the extra dough. 

 

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Admiral Weaver Inn
Newport is easily one of the cutest waterfront towns in the country. Sailing is a way of life here and you’re sure to find an outfitter eager to take you out on the water. Stay at the Admiral Weaver Inn for $149 nightly and spend the weekend exploring the town from land and from sea. 

 

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The Spa at Norwich Inn: Norwich, CT
For $151 nightly, enjoy this charming boutique inn and spa. Sidewalks lined with flowers wind through The Spa at Norwich Inn and white adirondack chairs are peppers about, luring visitors to sit, sip a cocktail, and relax. 

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Tagged: Beach, Family, Off-season

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