photo of The Lower Green, Newbury by Marion J. Bayly

The Lower Green, Newbury by Marion J. Bayly

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photo of Blue the Inn on the Beach

Inspired by the chic, boutique hotels located on Miami's South Beach, blue is an oasis of style and elegance. Private and peaceful, blue is a world of relaxation that tempts all your senses.

 
photo of Colby Farm

Colby Farm produces and sells a varied assortment of flowers, vegetables, baked good, herbs, and hay. Colby Farm sells pigs.

 
photo of Dole-Little House

Built around 1715, with materials salvaged from an earlier structure, the Dole-Little House was constructed for Richard Dole, a cattleman.

 
photo from Mad Martha's Island Cafe

Just steps from the beach, it’s the same old Mad Martha’s you’ve always loved with some fresh new twists. Delicious local ingredients and smiling new faces behind the counter are the perfect...

 
photo from Martin Burns Wildlife Management Area

Also known as the Downfall Wildlife Management Area, the protected lands of the Martin Burns Wildlife Management Area in Newbury is part of the mosaic of protected land conserved throughout the...

 
photo of the Upper Green, Newbury Historic District

Covering 380 acres, including 27 buildings from 1650 to 1924, Newbury's National Historic District is centered around a pre-Revolutionary Common.

 
photo of Old Town Hill from TTOR

With a commanding view of three states from its peak, Old Town Hill provides a beautiful vista of marshes and tidal creeks that make up The Great Marsh , New England’s largest salt marsh.

 
Ould Newbury Golf Club photo

Ould Newbury Golf Club, a nine hole semi-private club, located on Rte 1 in Newbury, Massachusetts, was officially opened for play on Labor Day, September 4, 1916.

 
Beachcoma logo

Casual Dining open every day on Plum Island.

 
Plum Island Grill photo

At this classy grill, fresh fish is prepared the way it should be -- without an overload of sauce or marinade.

 

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