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BEST WESTERN Plus Cold Spring Star Rating 3        
180 Court Street

Bordering woodland, this straightforward hotel is a 6-minute walk from beachfront Nelson Memorial Park and a mile from Mayflower II ship museum.Relaxed rooms and suites come with minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers, as well as flat-screen TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi. Some have balconies, ocean views and/or pull-out sofas.
John Carver Inn Star Rating 3        
25 Summer Street

This relaxed hotel is 0.4 miles from Pilgrim Hall Museum, Pilgrim Memorial State Park on Plymouth Harbor, and the Mayflower II replica ship.Warm, old-world rooms come with free Wi-Fi and cable TV.
Radisson Hotel Plymouth Harbor Star Rating 3        
180 Water Street

This straightforward hotel is 0.3 miles from Pilgrim Hall Museum and half a mile from both Plymouth Rock and the Mayflower II, a replica of the original 17th-century ship.The traditional style rooms include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with premium channels, and coffeemakers; some have views of Plymouth Harbor.
Hampton Inn & Suites Plymouth Star Rating 3        
10 Plaza Way

This modern hotel is 4 miles from Plymouth Rock and the Mayflower II and 7 miles from Plimoth Plantation.Flat-screens with HD channels, coffeemakers and both full and lap desks (for working on the bed) are offered in each room, as are free Wi-Fi and custom-designed beds. Some rooms have pull-out sofas, while suites add microwaves and minifridges.
Bradford Inn And Suites Star Rating 2        
98 Water Street

Overlooking Plymouth Harbor, this casual, low-rise hotel is a 2-minute walk from Plymouth Rock, and 3 minutes from the Mayflower II and the ferry to Provincetown.The basic rooms include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with cable channels, coffeemakers and minifridges. Suites add living rooms and kitchenettes with microwaves.
Comfort Inn Plymouth Massachusetts Star Rating 3        
155 Samoset St. (Us 44)

This 3-story hotel is set alongside landscaped gardens, just off Pilgrims Highway and a mile from Downtown Plymouth, while whalewatching excursions and the historic Mayflower II are 1.6 miles away in Plymouth Harbor.All rooms include free WiFi and have en suite bathrooms with showers, as well as flat-screen TVs, microwaves and minifridges.
Hilton Garden Inn Plymouth (Massachusetts) Star Rating 3        
Four Home Depot Drive

Off Route 3, this straightforward hotel is 2.2 miles from both Plymouth Rock (historic marker) and the ferry to Provincetown, and 2.3 miles from the Plimoth Plantation (living history museum).
Blue Spruce Motel and Townhouses Plymouth (Massachusetts) Star Rating 2        
710 State Road

Set on a hill in a bustling commercial area, this low-key motel is 4 miles from Plimoth Plantation and 7 miles from the historic town of Plymouth.Down-to-earth rooms feature flat-screen TVs, minifridges, microwaves, and balconies or decks with tables and chairs; studios have kitchenettes. Townhouses add full kitchens and living rooms with sofabeds.
Pilgrim Sands on Long Beach Star Rating 2        
150 Warren Ave Rt 3A

This low-key hotel on Plymouth Bay is 2.7 miles from both Plymouth Rock and a ferry port servicing Provincetown.Relaxed rooms, either facing the beach or Plimoth Plantation and the Eel River, feature satellite TV, minifridges and free Wi-Fi; some also offer balconies.
Mirbeau Inn & Spa at The Pinehills        
35 Landmark Dr

Set 7 miles from Plimoth Plantation, this manor house-style lodging is also 8 miles from First Parish Church in Plymouth, the oldest continuous church in the US.The lavish rooms and suites come with fireplaces, walk-in showers and soaking tubs, plus custom beds and room service. Upgraded suites add standing balconies.
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Plymouth is a major city on the south coast of the US state of Massachusetts. Originally a British settlement founded by the colonists in 1620, it is one of the oldest towns in the country. Besides being a major port, Plymouth is also a popular tourist destination. Its history revolves around the arrival of the Mayflower, which was carrying the exiles and pioneers that would eventually be referred to as the Pilgrim Fathers. It was William Bradford, one of these founders, who made the tradition of Thanksgiving Day popular in America. Plymouth's history is also the history of the whole United States. Places of interest include, Plymouth Rock, scene of that first landfall and the place where the first stone was laid for the settlement. Today, that same stone is the main attraction at the Pilgrim Memorial State Park, which has an elegant granite monument. To find out more about Plymouth you should visit the Plymouth Plantation, a type of museum of living history, where the colonial period is reenacted, including the atmosphere and people that made up its everyday life. Come and experience the charms of Plymouth on your next holiday!