New Bedford hotels and hostels
Fairfield Inn & Suites By Marriott New Bedford
New Bedford Inn & Suites
New Bedford Days Inn
About three miles from New Bedford’s historic center, this chain hotel has the same facilities and amenities that can be found at Days Inns across the country. You know that rooms are clean and comfortable enough, but nothing fancy.
Herman Melville often visited his sister at this 1855 Victorian manse. Of the three guest rooms, the aptly named Herman Melville room evokes the author’s memory with a penetrating portrait.
Orchard St Manor
Handmade quilts, antique furniture and private bathrooms grace every room of this elegant Georgian revival home. Besides the formal parlor, guests can also partake of a billiards room and a ‘gathering room.
Captain Haskell’S Octagon House
Back in the day, octagonal houses were considered to enhance health, happiness and sexual harmony. Here is your chance to check it out! This architectural oddity was built in 1847, and many original architectural details remain.