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  • Bass Rocks Ocean Inn
    Premiere Oceanfront Hotel Both Oceanfront House and Seaside House open onto patios or balconies with sweeping views across the lawn and out to sea. Choose from rooms with a king sized bed or slightly larger rooms with two double beds and a pull out couch. Your stay is complimented with breakfast, afternoon teas, heated pool, bicycles, billiards, movie library, book library, wireless internet, guest computer, lawn games and gas grills all included. The ocean always provides a breath taking display whether a lazy afternoon with salty breezes and softly lapping waves or a fierce north wind blows up huge waves to crash against the rocks. Perched on the rocky coastline of Cape Ann, these are the unspoiled views from the Bass Rocks Ocean Inn. Breakfast is served on the sunporch from our bountiful buffet table. During the evening you can relax in our living room, enjoy your favorite movie and partake of our freshly baked cookies and lemonade. Let us tempt you with premium coffee or afternoon teas. You may try your hand at pocket billiards in our Old World game room. We also have board games, internet computer and an extensive lending library available for every member of the family. Take a refreshing swim in our outdoor pool or just lounge in the sun overlooking the ocean. Borrow one of our bikes and tour the mansions along the shores of East Gloucester. Explore, along the ocean, the many tidal pools. Partake of our membership at the adjacent Bass Rocks Golf Club, an 18 hole private club overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Stroll along the ocean walk for a 1/3 mile and take the footbridge to Good Harbor Beach. Cape Ann, a summer community steeped in a rich history as America's Oldest Seaport and Art Colony. Discover the breathtaking hidden coves, miles of sandy beaches, world renowned artists, old world shops and unparalleled cuisine. Gloucester, Massachusetts, just 30 miles north of Boston will return you to a time when life was slower so close and yet so far away...
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    107 Atlantic Road
    Gloucester, MA US
  • Alchemy Café & Bistro
    America's food has come a long way in the last few decades, and the menu at Alchemy is printed proof. Vegetarian-friendly and made with ingredients sourced from local farms, the restaurant's new American cuisine marries the flavors of an ever-shrinking globe with the familiar preparations and traditions of the United States. In the kitchen, the chefs are selective about the ingredients they use in each brunch and dinner dish. They meld these hormone- and antibiotic-free meats into entrees such as spit-roasted duck and burgers topped with bacon-tomato jam and Vermont cheddar cheese. They also work with fresh seafood, turning the latest catches from Gloucester's shores into dishes including seared scallops served alongside a mild parsnip puree. Meals unfold within the warm, inviting dining rooms, whose wooden accents pair wells with a rotating selection of artwork from local artisans.
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    3 Duncan Street
    Gloucester, MA US
  • West End Salon and Spa
    From hair care services to massages, Gloucester's West End Salon and Spa offers a wide variety of full-service salon services. Receive a moisturizing and exfoliating facial from this salon and leave feeling silky smooth. If you're seeking facial peels, West End Salon and Spa is the right place for you. Looking for eyelash extensions and make up application? Head to West End Salon and Spa for all of your beauty and cosmetic needs. West End Salon and Spa offers a wide range of painless and effective hair removal remedies, including waxing. Head to this salon for an array of nail care services, including gel nails and nail art. Give your muscles a treatment of a lifetime with a massage from this salon. The stylists at this salon are here to provide you with creative, professional and top-of-the-line services, including hair cuts, color and highlights, straightening, keratin treatment, and blow dries. This salon is more than happy to take care of you after scheduling an appointment. For super relaxing spa services that won't break the bank, West End Salon and Spa is priced similarly to other spas in the area. Paying by cash or credit card should be your choice and at West End Salon and Spa it is. At West End Salon and Spa, you can easily find street parking just steps away from the door. Get the full salon experience you simply can't find anywhere else at West End Salon and Spa.
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    94 Main St
    Gloucester, MA US
  • Gloucester Maritime Heritage Center
    In 2000, an educational outpost named Maritime Gloucester was birthed to help develop sea-faring talents. In a little over a decade since, the popularity of both the venue's educational programs and exhibits have transformed it into a bona fide information source about Gloucester Harbor. In addition to the center's weekly and daily programming, site tours, and special events, the on-site museum offers a maritime wallop. It gives visitors access to boatloads of exhibits and attractions, each of which celebrate Gloucester's storied relationship with the sea by delving into the city's maritime past, present and future. The Sea Pocket aquarium, for example, encompasses outdoor saltwater touch tanks where customers can handle specimens of local marine life. Boasting the oldest continuously-operating marine railway in the United States, the grounds also contain a working Dory Shop, a large wharf yielding striking inner harbor views, and an oversized 12-foot lobster trap that allows for human entry. One of the most popular attractions occurs out on the water. Captain Burnham sets sail in the 55-foot Schooner Ardelle, a replica of a fishing schooner built in 1845—the same year the underwater blimp, The Hindensplash, horrified onlookers by losing control and floating violently to the surface.
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    23 Harbor Loop
    Gloucester, MA US
  • Latitude 43
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Latitude 43 facet_type_id: 02019c00-5f38-1032-af3f-6ea380fb433e html_text: |- Though it overlooks Gloucester Harbor, where fishermen haul in the restaurant's supply of fresh fish and lobster, the dining room of Latitude 43 feels like it's underwater. The hull of a 36-foot Coast Guard rescue boat hangs overhead, a 16-foot iron-and-glass octopus sculpture wrought by a local iron artist dangles above the sushi bar, and a harbor mural painted by local artists enlivens the walls. The aromas of coastal cuisine waft through the oceanic interior, signaling the arrival of dishes such as grilled local swordfish, more than 17 sushi rolls, and a host of non-seafood entrees that can be prepared in gluten-free or vegetarians versions. Because a strong ecosystem produces healthy fish, Latitude 43's restaurateurs do their part to ensure earth's well-being with their green facility. Recycled materials compose the tiles in the kitchen and around the sushi bar, and the deck's sunshades heat the dishwasher's hot water while shading guests from the sun’s deadly laser beams. An oceanfront patio hosts feasts in the summertime, while a fireplace made from locally sourced granite keeps diners cozy in the winter.
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    25 Rogers St.
    Gloucester, MA US
  • Dan Doke Photography
    Dan Doke discovered his passion for photography as a teenager, eventually turning his beloved hobby into a career after purchasing his first studio in his 20s. After building a thriving business with portrait and senior-photo portfolios, Doke moved his studio closer to his family and began to focus on wedding photography full time. Today, the seasoned shutterbug dangerously overloads his mantelpiece with a wealth of awards and honors, ranging from a membership in the Society of XXV to his status as a Photographic Craftsman from the Professional Photographers of America. Doke’s polished black-and-white and color prints have graced the covers of more than 30 magazines, including Gala, La Bella Bride, and Studio Photography, and his expertise won him a spot in 2005 as a photographer at an inaugural ball for President George W. Bush, where he was responsible for capturing candid portraits of heads of state, governors, lawmakers, and dignitaries. Along with the team of photographers he has personally trained, Dan produces high-contrast, post portraits of families and pets that range from traditional outdoor and studio shots to high-concept editorials.
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    290 Argilla Road
    Ipswich, MA US
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