Beach Getaway: Beauport Hotel Gloucester

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April isn't the most beautiful month in New England. Honestly, it's a total gamble. It could be sunny and 70, but it can also be 30 and snowing and it can switch between the two on a whim. We have a saying in Boston-- "if you don't like the weather, wait five minutes," and April is certainly the month that embodies that. I was craving the sand in my toes and some wind in my hair, so I hopped on the commuter rail with Celina of Trends and Tolstoy and headed to the coastal town of Gloucester for a quick, pre-season getaway at The Beauport Hotel. 

The Beauport
is located along the water and is a large hotel with sprawling guest rooms, beach access, on site restaurant, and roof top pool. I arrived later in the evening and wanted nothing more than a bottle of wine and PJs. The Beauport had the sweetest welcome package waiting when I arrived with a cheese plate and a perfectly chilled bottle of Whispering Angel rosé. I can think of no better welcome! I flicked on the fireplace and cozied up for a quiet evening.

When I awoke the next morning, sunlight was spilling into the room and I discovered the most stunning beachfront view outside my balcony making for the perfect wake up call. I took a few minutes to enjoy coffee on the balcony (cozied up in the duvet of course) and take in the serene surroundings before ordering breakfast from room service. The price of room service at The Beauport was incredibly reasonable so I ordered two delicious entrees for myself; American Breakfast with scrambled eggs, potatoes, toast, bacon, and a delicious grilled blueberry coffee cake over greek yogurt with fresh blueberries.

Needless to say, it was an amazing morning snuggled up in bed, enjoying my favorite meal of the day, listening to the sound of the waves repeatedly crashing onto the beach. After my lazy morning I reluctantly got out of bed and made my way into the bathroom to get dressed for the day. Just like everything else at The Beauport, the bathroom was large and luxurious, with marble throughout and the cutest vanity area for hair and makeup. By far my favorite amenity was the extra large, rain style shower head and L'Occitane products! I'm pretty sure I lingered in the shower a way longer that necessary, but who could resist?!

I ventured downstairs and checked out shortly after but proceeded to spend a couple of hours enjoying a leisurely lunch (and Prosecco, of course) at The 1606 Restaurant on the second floor. I'm very much looking forward to booking another stay at The Beauport Hotel later this summer; it's the ideal hotel if you'd like to enjoy a seaside stay with waterfront views. 

55 Commercial Street
Gloucester, MA 01930

This post was created in collaboration with The Beauport Hotel. I was provided a complimentary stay for review and promotional purposes. All opinions expressed and content are my own. Thanks for supporting those who support

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