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When you think about New England, what comes to mind? Taking a leisurely drive with the family to check out the splendid colors of the autumn foliage? Or do you picture the many lighthouses that dot the northeast shoreline running along the quaint villages and towns of coastal New England? How about the taste of fresh Atlantic seafood in the summer? Or maybe you're the outdoor sports type who enjoys the thrill of skiing down a snow covered mountain on a blustery winter day. New England offers all of that, plus so much more.

Being a true four season region, with a definitive spring, summer, fall (autumn) and winter that each have such different traits and so much to do, it's no wonder that New England is such a popular travel destination for many families each year.

 

 

Escape to New England Deals

Perched on a scenic bluff in White Mountain National Forest, The Mountain Club on Loon overlooks forested slopes and the rushing waters of the Pemigewasset River. The expansive resort feels quiet and secluded, but there’s no shortage of activities here. Guests can book a massage at the three-story Viaggio Spa or head to Loon Mountain— ranked among the top 10 eastern ski resorts by Ski Magazine—all without leaving the property.


 

The Mountain Club on Loon
Stay at The Mountain Club on Loon in Lincoln, NH. Dates into December Available.

 

 

Topia Inn
1- or 2-Night Stay for Two at Topia Inn in the Berkshires, MA. Combine Up to 4 Nights.

 

Almost everything at Topia Inn is organic, from the linens to the food—hosts Nana and Caryn serve up a two-course, USDA-certified organic breakfast each morning with steaming mugs of fair-trade coffee and tea. But their eco-friendly measures don’t stop there. Solar panels and biodiesel generators supply most of the building’s power, rooms are illuminated with energy-saving LED lights, and recycled materials were used in the inn’s construction. This commitment to the environment has earned Topia gold-level certification from Green America’s Green Business Network.

 

The Essex Resort & Spa stretches across 18 forested acres between the wooded shores of Lake Champlain and the foothills of the Green Mountains. But the picturesque setting is just part of the draw. This AAA Four Diamond resort also features an award-winning full-service spa as well as a culinary school that offers classes in everything from pasta making to cake decorating.

 

The Essex Resort & Spa
Stay at The Essex Resort & Spa in Essex Junction, VT; Dates Available into December

 


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