Top Reasons to Stay at Comfort Inn Randolph
- The hotel is located less than a half-hour south of Boston, making it a short drive to such attractions as the New England Aquarium, Fenway Park, and Faneiul Hall Marketplace, a centuries-old shopping district with food stalls, boutiques, and eateries.
- Free shuttle service ferries guests to nearby Randolph attractions within five miles of the hotel. The shuttle goes to the Quincy Adams “T” station, South Shore Plaza mall, and Braintree Municipal Golf Course.
- Guests can also enjoy the outdoor activities the Boston area has to offer, including the Blue Hills Hiking Trails, Nantasket Beach, and Plymouth Plantation.
- Guest rooms have free WiFi, satellite TVs, and self-fluffing pillows. Quilted bedding and neutral tones give the space a homey feel.
- Come morning, guests can savor a complimentary breakfast of eggs, fresh fruit, and waffles.
- An onsite fitness center is equipped with cardio machines and free weights.
Randolph, MA: Historic Buildings and Pastoral Landscape Just Outside of Boston
Just 15 miles south of Boston, the town of Randolph lies in Massachusetts’s affluent Norfolk County, amid a pastoral landscape of rolling green hills, towering elms, ponds, and streams. During the summer, boaters and fishermen flock to nearby Great Pond and Ponkapoag Pond.
The town got its start in the late 18th century, when several boot and shoe factories set up shop here. Today, you can see remnants of the past in centuries-old homes and other sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A short, scenic drive north takes you to Boston, an ideal side trip for vacationing families. Walk along the Freedom Trail to see a slew of historic buildings including Paul Revere’s home and the Old Statehouse.
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