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Winterhaven Inn - Winterhaven Maryland

"It’s a magical place. There are no theaters here, but this wonderful little village is its own theater," her eyes light up like those of a child at Disney World when Cindy Curran, the Innkeeper, talks about the Whitehaven Hotel she loves to manage. It’s really a bed and breakfast, but back in the 1800’s it was considered a hotel and met the lodging needs of the then bustling little seaport of Whitehaven—a tiny and picturesque community hiding quietly on the winding shore of Maryland’s Wicomico River. ...read more »

Cape Cod

Cape Cod has a wide variety of lodging options to suit the requirements of every vacationer. From luxury resorts to camping; from chocolates on your pillow to walking to the bathroom facilities - you can select the level of service and cost that you desire - and most importantly - that fits your wallet!

There over 375 places to choose from to stay at on Cape Cod and the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Hotels and motels account for about a half of this number, with bed and breakfasts making up about 35%. We found 23 campgrounds and there are also quite a few luxury resorts. The rates varied as widely as the variety of accommodations. And, of course, you can expect to pay top dollar during "high season" in July and August. Since more and more people travel in the late spring and early fall these days, we have noticed that rates have for those times are not as low as they used to be, but they are still quite a bit cheaper than prime summer time...read more »

Wintergreen Resort Virginia

Known as the single best ski resort in the South, the Wintergreen Resort in Virginia won the 2005 #1 Best Ski Resort in the Mid-Atlantic region. Offering skiing, snowboarding, tubing, with along with many other winter activities along Virginia's eastern slopes of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Wintergreen features 11,000 acres with 19 trails, a top elevation of 3,516 feet, and a 1,003 foot vertical drop.

Beginners, intermediates, and experts will all find suitable trails at Wintergreen Resort. To accommodate skiers, there are six lifts, including five chair lifts and one surface lift. There is also a dedicated terrain park for snowboarding. A new advanced ski trail, "The Outer Limits", is 2,100 feet long and 50-100 feet wide, with a sustained 38 degree pitch for 1,000 feet...read more »

Spring Lake Inn New Jersey

The Spring Lake Inn (circa 1888) in magnificent Spring Lake, New Jersey oozes with European-style hospitality, one block from the Atlantic Ocean…where history and contemporary amenities blend into an unforgettable experience. The Inn is unpretentious yet elegant – warm and inviting yet offering privacy when guests need time & space to unwind. Built as the Grand Central Stables of Spring Lake, the Inn is on a beautifully manicured residential street, a quiet, solitary street…one minute stroll to a private 2-mile boardwalk. From sumptuous breakfasts served in the grand dining room to afternoon tea, their 80 ft. Victorian porch is irresistibly alluring. Each of the 16 large guestrooms and suites feature fireplaces, 4-poster beds, sleigh beds, Jacuzzis, refrigerators and digital cable TV. Fine dining, boutique shopping and spa pampering are only blocks away.

The 1871 House is a New York City bed and breakfast that doesn’t offer breakfast, but offers apartment-style luxurious accommodations with a country inn atmosphere. It feels like a secret hideaway from bustling Manhattan from the moment you enter its intimate lobby. Located in the most posh upper East Side neighborhood of East 62nd Street, one can take a three minute stroll to a collection of restaurants and enjoy breakfast. The Inn is a 5-story townhouse built in the architectural style of the much-loved New York City row house, or ‘brownstone’ designed in a simplified ‘Italianate’ fashion. The 1871 House offers 8 one-of-a-kind spacious suite/apartments, beautifully furnished with antiques, Oriental rugs, sitting areas facing grand fireplaces, wood floors and all offering coveted views of the ‘city scene’ or the garden....read more »

Philadelphia Hotels

The Rittenhouse is located at the Center City's premier five-diamond luxury hotel, in West Rittenhouse Square Philadelphia, adjacent to the Boathouse Row bar and Schuylkill River. The downtown of Philadelphia is a reproduction of a free historic Fairmount Park.

One of the best packages being offered in Rittenhouse Hotel is the "Rittenhouse Animals Discovery", an educational and vacation package suited for young children. In this package, your young children will be exposed to the water world and wild parts of Philadelphia. They will learn and get to know some kinds of wild animals living in the zoo and have a fantastic aquatic adventure.

Guests will also enjoy a complementary ticket to the Ride the Ducks Tour which is good for four persons, as well as slay of surprising gifts and reception facilities. Another family-friendly offer includes two nights hotel accommodations, tax included. There is four (4) combination tickets to Ride the Ducks Tour (2 Adult Tickets and 2 Children's Tickets) Adventure Aquarium and The Philadelphia Zoo...read more »

Thomas Bond House - Philadelphia
If there is one historic inn to experience in Philadelphia, the Thomas Bond House in Old City will thrill you with its authenticity and place in time, not to mention its fabulous City location. Although there may be 829 eateries to order a Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich, there is only one Town House circa 1769  ~ nestled inside the Independence National Historical Park ~ which serves as a bed and breakfast today. It promises to transport you back to pre-Continental Congress and the beginning of America's freedom from Britain in 1776....read more »

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