Cape Ann Dazzled by The Tuck Inn, of Rockport, MA by Launching a Massive Accommodations Website

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The Tuck Inn B&B of Rockport, MA has released a major upgraded accommodations website in Cape Ann. The redesigned website boasts over 200 pages of information about the Tuck Inn and the surrounding Cape Ann area. Particularly noteworthy is a Cape Ann Attractions and Visitors Directory highlighting over 1,800 area businesses with over 700 website and e-mail links.

The Tuck Inn of Rockport, MA - on Cape Ann, is pleased to announce the launch of its redesigned accommodations website, http://www.tuckinn.com. Offering much more than the typical lodging site, TuckInn.com intends to further build upon its long-standing reputation for outstanding hospitality and service in Rockport, MA, and aims to become a valued resource for Cape Ann visitors and residents alike. Special features include a section on the history of the Inn, recipes (http://www.tuckinn.com/recipes.htm), an entertaining video of the Tuck Inn's renowned home-baked breakfasts (http://www.tuckinn.com/breakfast-tour.htm), and most notably, the extensive online Cape Ann Attractions Directory (http://www.tuckinn.com/cape-ann-directory.htm).

The Tuck Inn's Directory is a thorough compilation of area accommodations, attractions, restaurants, shops, and services, listing everything from fine dining to local service stations. While the Directory is focused on Cape Ann, it also includes select establishments and attractions outside of Cape Ann as well, suggesting day trips for the longer term vacationer or for the stir-crazy resident. Organized by category and color coded by town, the Directory is an easy to use resource outlining the diverse offerings of the Cape Ann area. Additional listings are still being added daily to the Directory which currently outlines over 1,800 area businesses along with over 700 links to their websites and/or e-mail addresses. The Tuck Inn encourages further submissions to the Directory and will consider any relevant business, attraction or service for free inclusion.

This comfortable 1790 Colonial home was first used as an Inn in 1948 by Edie and Albert Tuck. Following 3 interim owners, The Tuck Inn B&B was purchased by Liz and Scott Wood in 1991, and was completely renovated. Now handsomely furnished with antiques, oriental rugs and original works of art by local artists, the Inn offers a central location, an in-ground pool, and a spectacular home-baked breakfast buffet. The Woods have been recognized for their outstanding service by The Yankee Magazine's Travel Guide to New England, by being honored with their 2002 Editor's Pick Award, and have also received a 3 Diamond Rating by AAA. For more information or to make a reservation, kindly visit http://www.tuckinn.com.

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