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MetroWest Boston: Where to stay, eat & Things to do

Born & raised in Massachusetts, we have always enjoyed visiting the MetroWest region of Massachusetts. Fall is one of the best times to visit because you’ll find many quaint towns that offer farms with fun activities, scenic walking and hiking trails, incredible restaurants and various family-friendly weekend events filled with entertainment and games! And you’ll find stunning fall foliage on almost every corner!

Read below for my MetroWest Boston itinerary!


Hilton Garden Inn in Marlborough for a comfortable and convenient stay located close to all of the places above! The hotel is part of the Hilton Garden Inn collection and offers spacious rooms with comfortable beds, scenic foliage views, and several amenities including an onsite bar, fitness room, indoor pool, complimentary breakfast and more! 


Rail Trail Flatbread Co. for brunch, lunch + cocktails (and/or mocktails) – this spacious and cozy restaurant features a scratch kitchen offering delicious wood burning pizza, tasteful apps + entrees and craft cocktails and beers from local breweries. We LOVED the loaded hot tots, bbq quinoa bowl, half elote ranchero + half fig and walnut flatbread and apple streusel french toast for dessert. For drinks we loved the yorkshire compliment mocktail, perry lane cocktail and mulled wine sangria 

New City Microcreamery for homemade ice cream and other sweet treats 

Framingham Station for an authentic Brazilian steakhouse experience – located in a renovated historical train station, the rustic-style restaurant features quality drool worthy meats, an expansive variety of appetizers and side dish options, and yummy cocktails

Lookout Farm for brunch – dine on the farm surrounded by corn stalks + pumpkin fields for an unique fall dining experience! 


●Attend the annual Rec Fest with in Hudson, to enjoy live music, play games, and discover many local businesses *dog-friendly

●Shop + dine in downtown Hudson – some of our favorite shops were B. Barton & Company and Islay’s Terrace Studio and Shop

●Enjoy a quiet and scenic walk down the Hudson River Walk

●Attend the annual Fall Fest at Corner Spot in Ashland to enjoy live music, play games + activities and eat yummy food from local businesses *dog-friendly

●Enjoy a quiet and scenic walk through Mill Pond Park in Ashland

●Pick apples + pumpkins, walk through a corn maze, visit barnyard animals, play games and enjoy brunch + lunch at Lookout Farm in Natick 

See more from our trip here!

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