15 New England Winter Getaways
Saturday, December 15, 2018
Are the shopping bags piling up in your house?
Get away from it all, take a break. Pack up the car, and go for a weekend or a one-day getaway and come back refreshed.
To help figure out where to go, GoLocalProv has put together a list of 15 great places across New England to get away, and get your mind off your daily routine.
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This Bed & Breakfast is located right in the historic district of Newport, Rhode Island. Each room is unique and complete with amenities like imported linens, spa showers and fireplaces. It’s just steps away from the Newport Cliff Walk, providing excellent views of the Atlantic. Don’t miss the seasonal gourmet breakfast!
A brand new Hall of Fame class, including Allen Iverson and Shaquille O'Neal, were just inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Head over and check out their plaques, along with the rest of the legends that call the Hall of Fame their home.
The Hall of Fame is open Wednesday to Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
If you’re a couple that digs the art scene, a trip to Burlington, VT to spend a nice weekend at Made INN Vermont may be right up your alley. A self-proclaimed “urban-chic, historic” B&B, their rooms have one wall painted with black chalkboard paint (and come with colored chalk) so you can add your own personal decorations.They also come with rotating vintage toys, vinyl albums, and vintage art for guests to enjoy.
Each morning guests are treated to a gourmet, cooked-to-order Vermont breakfast that supports local farms and producers. On top of all of this, they boast views of downtown Burlington, Lake Champlain, and the Adirondack Mountain
North Adams, Massachusetts
What was once a series of dilapidated Victorian-era row houses, is now one of the most innovative and romantic hotels in the Berkshires.
As part of the Massachusetts Museum of Modern Art (MassMoCA), The Porches Inn features unique designs and bold colors, while still paying homage to the generations of mill workers' families who once lived there.
Set directly in the middle of the White Mountains and Lake District of New Hampshire, this finely decorated 1896 Victorian house provides a desirable intimate and cozy getaway. With six bedrooms, five of which are pet friendly, as well as six custom suites that include double whirlpool baths, the Glynn House provides for couples who are interested in romantic adventures or a laid back weekend.
Pamper your mind, body, and soul at the Daniel Webster Inn and Spa.
Head over to the nearby Heritage Museum and Gardens for some wonderful exhibits.
One of the more popular attractions is the Carousel Gallery.
The working carousel was designed by Charles Looff in 1908. Rides are unlimited with the price of admission.
Get Out of the Cold and Into the Water at CoCo Key Boston
Forget the cold weather by getting into the water at CoCo Key's 65,000 sq. ft. indoor water park in Danvers, Massachusetts.
The park includes multiple water slides, tube rides, pools and so much more to take your mind off of winter, at least for a little while.
For those who might need a break from the water, there is an arcade with games for all ages.
Skydive at Skyventure
Nashua, New Hampshire
Always wanted to skydive, but are deathly afraid to jump out of a plane?
Well, you can at SkyVenture in Nashua, New Hampshire.
The vertical wind tunnel at SkyVenture simulates the skydiving experience. In fact, it is used by professional skydivers for training.
The tunnel is open for kids as young as three, as well as, for seniors who wish to fly.
SkyVenture is open daily, from 2 until 10 p.m. weekdays, from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. on Saturdays and from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. on Sundays.
RI, MA, Ct.
With dodgeball, basketball, foam pits and more, indoor trampoline parks have something to offer people of all ages. Whether you want to bring a group of children for the day, or sign up a group of adults for some "xtreme" dodgeball, trampoline parks can be a great change of pace and a fun way to try something new.
Launch and Skyzone have parks in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut.
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