Privacy Policy & Legal Information

New England Weekender is committed to protecting your privacy. We understand that your information is important to you and thus we will never give any of your information to a third party. Below you will find information on what type of information we collect and how we use it.

Info We Collect:

When you subscribe to (domain) we collect your email address. If you are contacting us through our form submission we may ask you to provide additional contact information.

How We Use It:

For subscriptions to our New England Weekender platform, we capture credit card information. For shop purchases, we do not store credit card information once payment has been made. If the payment is for a reoccurring subscription your card information will be kept on file through a third party payment processing company. 

When you subscribe via email, you will receive emails promoting content, important information about our site, about your subscription to our newsletter, or other offers or promotions. All information sent via email comes directly from and you may use the unsubscribe link in your email to remove your address from our list at any time.


New England Weekender is the legal copyright holder of all material on All content on this website, including photography & articles as well all views and opinions, are our own. If we publish an article or photograph that is not original, we have been given the legal permission to do so and will express credit to the rightful owner. No content from this website can be copied or modified for reproduction or publication without our written consent. 

The editorials and articles from this blog are for educational and entertainment purposes only. We strive to create value in our community by writing about places, people and things that will interest our readers, and connect people, uniquely across state borders. 

Please keep in mind that we do not ‘review’ or ‘rate’ the places we visit. We’re here to share our experiences, in a kind and professional manner, which you then can formulate your own opinions on.

Comments are allowed on our blog & we reserve the right to remove any comments on both our website or social media platforms that we do not deem appropriate, or positive. 

If you have any questions, please contact us at

Sponsored Content & Our Promise of Authenticity:

Many of our posts are sponsored by the local businesses we feature.  We may accept payment, goods or services in exchange for our time and editorial feature. Not all features are sponsored. This helps us to be able to physically travel to the people and places we write about, and experience first hand the very essence we’re writing about in each article we publish.

We won’t tell you something is great if we haven’t tried it for ourselves. 

By law, bloggers are required to disclose the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, PART 255: “Guides concerning the use of endorsements and testimonials in advertising.” you can read more about that here. New England Weekender will always tell you when a post is sponsored.