Vacation rentals in Quincy

Vacation rentals in Quincy

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Highlights Quincy

  • Museums
  • Historical parks
  • Nightlife
  • Upscale shopping and dining
  • American culture, Boating activities

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Vacation Rental for 8 Guests in Quincy, Massachusetts
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Quincy, Massachusetts
Vacation Rental • 1496 ft² • 3 Bedrooms
9.0
(34 reviews)
Spacious private single family house sitting right by the beautiful Wollaston beach. Stunning Ocean and Boston Skyline views from the master bedroom and living/dinning/kitchen area. Steps to beach, restaurants (e.g. the Clam Box), parks, and children’s play ground. Great place to walk, to jog, picnic or just lay down to get a suntan. Open floor plan with newly renovated chief’s kitchen, new hardwood floor throughout the house and tasteful decorations. Easy access to Boston/places-of-interests: 9 mile to Downtown Boston via I-93; 1 mile to Wollaston Subway station with Red Line T to Boston, ...
from $289 / night
Vacation Rental for 7 Guests in Quincy, Massachusetts
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Quincy, Massachusetts
Vacation Rental • 990 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
9.2
(36 reviews)
Bring the kids! This waterfront property with DIRECT ACCESS TO WATER, SWIMMING, FISHING, BOATING, PADDLE BOARDING and KAYAKING, has it all! And....just minutes to historic downtown Boston. Two bedrooms, with a day bed and futon in the living room there is a full kitchen and full bathroom. Beautiful sunsets and water views from every window! Come and breathe in the salty ocean air. Public transportation stops right on our corner, or just sit back and take the ferry . 10 minutes to the boardwalk, boats, shops at Marina Bay and ferry to historic Boston. Local bike trails weave through protecte...
from $198 / night
Vacation Rental for 12 Guests in Quincy, Massachusetts
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Quincy, Massachusetts
Vacation Rental • 12 Guests • 4 Bedrooms
9.9
(19 reviews)
Nice apartment & new construction in a beautiful, safe, unique and relaxing area just few hundred steps away from the Wollaston beach with the view of Boston skyline across from the ocean. Gorgeous look during the day & night time This will be a perfect place to stay and enjoy your vacation. 15-20min Boston,Logan airport, Fenway park, freedom trail, downtownBoston,downtownQuincy, Public Garden, HavardUniversity,Copleysquare,Aquarium,FaneuilHall, TheNorthern, Museum, NewBurry Street, China Town, Southshore mall… Breakfast , deserts , coffee, tea and water are included. Marina Bay in ...
from $317 / night

Prices and availability

Current Vacation rental prices Quincy

$447for 20 Apr - 27 Apr
$445 annual average
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Current vacation rental availability Quincy

13%for 20 Apr - 27 Apr
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Vacation rentals in Quincy

America’s cultural hub

Check out this incredible culture hub in Norfolk County, along the coast just south of Boston! Home to presidents such as John Adams and John Quincy Adams, there is a plethora of fascinating heritage buildings and cultural attractions to dazzle travelers! Quincy is famous for a number of firsts, like the commercial railroad and birthplace of John Hancock, the first to sign the Declaration of Independence. You can find many of the rentals just outside the radius of the city centers of Wollaston and Quincy.

Modern elegant rentals

Enjoy a quiet escape to the charming neighborhoods just south of Boston. These rentals are perfect for couples, small groups and solo travelers looking for peace, comfort and style. Filled with elegant decor in a modern, quasi-minimalist setting, guests will lack for nothing. Some of the amenities include a cozy living room with a TV, fully equipped kitchen and suburban views. Plan your itinerary with a plate of your favorite homemade breakfast, or catch a sunset on the balcony. These rentals make a visit to Boston more comfortable and affordable.

Vacations in Quincy

The area and getting around

Lots of sightseeing and restaurants to enjoy!

Visitors will discover countless exciting attractions! Survey the area with a cruise on the Harbor Express leaving from Quincy Point. You’ll be delighted by the incredible views and awesome photo-ops. The Water Club is the go-to place for New York style nightlife in Quincy. Be the life of the party while eating and drinking with friends where it’s all happening. Kids can enjoy art classes thanks to the Quincy Art Association programs. Don’t miss out on restaurants near the harbor like The Lobster Stop, serving award-winning chowders. Or Fat Cat, serving American cuisine with a more intimate vibe.

Quincy is overflowing with historical sites and architecture

Quincy is an area that will blow your mind with its cultural relevance and refreshing American history! Visit the Hancock Cemetery, known as the “Mecca of American History”, to learn about the lives and pay your respects to important political figures throughout the ages. The United First Parish Church, established in 1639, was the official parish of Quincy. It has historical and religious significance as a Unitarian Universalist congregation. The Faneuil Hall Marketplace, established in 1742, was built in the Georgian style and housed vendors such as fisherman, farmers, and craftsmen selling their wares. The cobblestone promenade was for street performers to entertain consumers at the market.

Travelers and activities

Quincy for Culture travelers

Travelers looking for a good culture trip will truly enjoy this area for its signature American heritage which can be seen in the number of historic homes, iconic streets, and historical parks. Adams National Historical Park pays homage to 5 generations of the Adams family. Visitors will gain further insights into the nation’s history in this heritage park where the houses of presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams are preserved. Stop by the Thomas Crane Public Library housed in an architecturally exquisite historical building. Catch a magic-comedy show at the historic Hampshire House. The show is awesome, and the elegant architecture won’t disappoint!

Quincy for Outdoor activities enthusiasts

Quincy features year-round outdoor activities. Blue Hills Ski Area on the Blue Hills Reservation is a great skiing venue in the winter. Since it’s the highest point in Quincy it has been earmarked for recreation since 1929. The Blue Hills Skyline trail is close to the city offering hikers a perfect respite and a convenient training ground for backpacking since the hills are steep. Once the epicenter of the granite industry in America, Quincy Quarries Reservation is now a treasured escape for rock climbers and graffiti artists. Meet local climbers, make friends, and perhaps a beer after conquering the symbolic granite slab.

The first commercial railroad was built in 1826 to transport granite out of Quincy’s quarries and was thus named The Granite Railway.

Top 5 travel tips in Quincy

1. Discover the Josiah Quincy mansion

Josiah Quincy the first, a revolutionary war hero, built his mansion in 1770 after the colonial style with its signature hipped monitor roof. It overlooked the Quincy Bay and was useful as a means to spy on the British Fleet during the Revolutionary War. It was designated as a National Historic Landmark for its architectural and political importance.

2. Charter a boat and set out for the Boston Harbor

Little Sister Charters will take you right out to the Boston Harbor where you can have an unforgettable fishing adventure. Or see the sites on a Private Boston Harbor Boat Tour and take amazing photos of the islands. There’s nothing like getting to know the area by boat!

3. Take a day trip to Boston

Jump on a Hop-on-Hop-off Trolley tour to get the most from your Boston day trip. You get 15 stops to visit the hotspots like the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum, the USS ‘Constitution’ and more. It’s self-paced and the onboard commentator is knowledgeable about the sites.

4. Marvel at the U.S. Naval Shipbuilding Museum

This museum houses some of the nation's most important historical ships. Visitors will see amazing exhibits and learn all about the history of Navy SEALs and military marine vessels. There’s also an overnight program for visitors who would like to deepen their experience.

5. Enjoy a relaxing stroll in Marina Bay

Marina Bay is a great escape from the hustling city crowds. It has a romantic vibe in the evening with the lights along the harbor and there are good restaurants and nightclubs along the boardwalk like Victory Point. Water Club is especially nice for dancing.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Quincy

How much do you pay, on average, for vacation rentals in Quincy?

Last year, rentals in Quincy had an annual average price of around $392 per night.

During which months are vacation rentals cheaper in Quincy?

If you want to save the maximum during your visit to Quincy, travel in November ($238 per night on average), October ($323), or January ($339), to find the lowest prices for the whole year.

During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Quincy?

Following the data observed last year, costs per night for accommodation here are usually higher, on average, during the months of April ($467), December ($452), and May ($445).

Is Quincy a good location for a last-minute getaway?

If you decide to put Quincy on your bucket list, we recommend planning your vacation long before you go because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average of 81% of rentals booked the previous year.

What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?

Last year, the months with the most vacation rentals available of the year in Quincy were May, March and February, with average availabilities of 60%, 28%, and 26%, respectively.

Are there many rentals in Quincy?

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