Discover a selection of more than 10,000 vacation rentals in New England that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and private pools. Prices start at $150 per night, and houses and cabins are popular options for a stay in New England. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
Top rated rentals — New England
Destination guide

In New England, history and modernity are in perfect harmony

Where but New England can visitors satisfy both their appreciation for all things modern and their inner historians? In this northeastern region that includes Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Rhode Island, there’s something for everyone seeking a New England vacation rental: history dating back centuries, awe-inspiring attractions, and quirky villages trapped in time. Despite its deep roots, it’s forever on the cusp of trendy—chic indie bands and fresh culinary creations are made here. It’s this mixed bag of activity that makes it such a powerhouse destination.

Things to do

No joke--there's something for everyone in New England

Exploring New England is no joke, and it requires some time, fortitude, and commitment to fully appreciate its seemingly endless offerings. Where to start? Jaunt to Martha’s Vineyard if beach life beckons, or rent a New England vacation rental near Mount Washington if your visions are of the hiking and skiing variety. Take a long walk down the Freedom Trail before you hit the New England Aquarium to catch up with your favorite undersea creatures. You can even get your gamble on at any of the region’s casinos. Vegas who?


A little bit of everything in New England

New England can’t make its mind up. Is it a beachgoer’s dream? Does it aim to please every museum junkie in the world? Maybe it’s more a beer lover’s fantasy or a worldly adventurer’s ultimate idea of excitement. It’s all of these—and more. Booking a New England vacation rental offers the opportunity to dip into the unexpected. Stroll through a formal garden one afternoon, catch sight of a lighthouse the next, and culminate your trip with an exploration of the Mayflower II—so authentic, you’d swear it was real. Shoppers can get their fix at dozens of outlet malls.


To everything there is a season

One of the reasons New England draws so much intrigue is because it’s fully committed to all four seasons. That’s a joy for those who appreciate each one for its distinctive characteristics. Humidity is king during July and August, but the proverbial sun truly shines down on New England during fall. Warm foliage and mild daytime temperatures lend the area a cozy vibe, although a brisk chill isn’t exactly unexpected in this part of the country. Flurries make premature appearances in November, but if you’re dreaming of the white stuff you can visit as late as March.

Natural features

Naturally, New England really knows nature

If New England had a middle name, it would undoubtedly be supermodel! This region is jam packed with natural beauty. It’s an amalgam of everything beautiful, from snow-capped mountains and lush forests to powdery sand beaches and stunning wildlife. Here, you’ll gain a new appreciation for the humbling bays, valleys, and summits that crowd the region. The best part of all? You can easily book a New England vacation rental in a heavily wooded, mountainous, or watery area to experience the region at its most natural and organic.

How many vacation rentals are available around New England?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 29,638 vacation rentals around New England. From 22,223 house rentals to 4,779 cabin rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.