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Hull Travel Tips
A Wonderful Seaside Town to Discover with Hull Vacation Rentals
The delightful seaside community of Hull is located right on the Atlantic Ocean just 20 miles south of Boston and offers year-round recreation and activities. Hull vacation rentals provide a budget-friendly and wonderful alternative to the traditional hotel stay. You can have all the amenities from multiple bedrooms and kitchens to private patios and decks.
This seaside town comprises three square miles featuring 29 miles of beautiful shoreline. You can conveniently get to your choice of fabulous Hull beach homes via commuter boat or rail, as well as by car. For other activities, park ferries and inter-island shuttles serve area islands for fun-filled adventures.
The Islands Beckon
The Harbor Islands beckon with ranger programs and special events, while Spectacle Island features a marina, visitors' center, beaches, and miles of walking trails. You can also enjoy swimming and other water sports.
Be sure to take a short trip from your south of Boston lodging to visit Fort Revere Park that offers a variety of recreation and educational activities. This park also offers and observation deck for some of the best views in Massachusetts, including the Boston Lighthouse.
Another attraction to visit is the Fort Revere Officers' Quarters Museum that offers artifacts and military history from 1632 to post-World War II. And close by is World's End—four coastal drumlins: Pine Hill, Planter's Hill, and the double drumlins of World's End proper.
Hull Will Be a Vacation to Remember
After a day of exploring Hull and its wonderful surroundings, you can prepare home-cooked meals or just enjoy one of the local restaurants. And don't forget that you are just minutes from the culinary delights of Boston. This area is sure to please; you'll want to return again and again.