3 Luxury Lodgings for LGBT Travelers in Massachusetts

It’s smart to travel on a budget, but every so often, you really should treat yourself.

Whenever a little pampering is just what the doctor ordered, Massachusetts offers a number of high-end lodging options all around the Commonwealth.

Read on for a quick look at three gay-friendly accommodations, each of which have something unique to offer.

Topia Inn in Adams, MA

The Topia Inn is nestled between the Mt. Greylock State Reservation and the Savoy Mountain State Forest, welcoming guests to Adams with scenic drives through the Berkshires.

During a stay, guests can relax with a LiquidBody Yoga class, treat themselves to a massage or get the heart rate up with a robust bike ride in the beautiful countryside. In keeping with its emphasis on sustainability, the Topia Inn is exclusively furnished with top-quality organic and nontoxic appointments, from the linens on the beds to the caulk in the walls.

The Liberty Hotel in Boston, MA

When standing in the foyer of The Liberty Hotel in downtown Boston, it’s hard to believe that the space was once the Charles Street Jail. These days, the hotel treats its guests far more generously, featuring more than 290 luxurious rooms and suites, plus access to five dining spots.

Centrally located along on the Charles River Esplanade, this hotel sits in historic Beacon Hill and is a quick walk to several iconic landmarks, such as Faneuil Hall and Boston Common. It’s also right near the subway, enabling easy access to the rest of the city.

Lamb and Lion Inn in Barnstable, MA

Recognized for its pet-friendly accommodations, the Lamb and Lion Inn on Cape Cod wants all of its guests to wake up wagging. Of course, even if you don’t bring a furry friend, you can still experience an extensive spa menu and a “when you want-what you want-where you want” breakfast after choosing from a wide range of rooms, suites, and converted barn-stables.

Not to mention the location!

This luxury lodging is located right off scenic Cape Cod Bay, with Barnstable Village and the water being a quick walk away. Main Street in Hyannis is well within driving distance, too.

All three of these accommodations can be found on Purple Roofs, which specializes in helping LGBT travelers find gay-friendly lodgings around the world.