Bed and Breakfasts
Rediscovering holiday spirit through low-budget seasonal entertainment is, well, it's OK.
Rachael took Second Place in this year's cooking contest. Her sauteed leeks and greens on top of homemade English muffin
It's amazing what you can get for less than 200 bucks at a B&B. Along with delicious eats and personable innkeepers, each of these spectacular inns offers private baths, complimentary WiFi and luxurious perks galore. Plus, they're located near some of America's most popular cities and attractions.
Napa is certainly not known for being cheap -- and if you're booking some last minute flights to get away for Columbus Day, well, better stick to bread and water for dinner tonight (or the rest of the month, really). But at least we can help you out with finding some value-packed hotels.
There are plenty reasons why you should give B&B's a chance. For starters, it totally different than anything you've done before and it's way cheaper.
Imagine savoring a freshly-made, gourmet breakfast and a warm cup of coffee with the view of a majestic mountain range as company. Or, try picturing breakfast in bed at a cozy, rustic inn with snow-capped mountain peaks dancing in the distance. Sound like a getaway made just for you?
If there's one word that describes Vermont: scenic.
Moose, mountains and mankind. I recently experienced all that and more as my wife and I explored the wonders of Newfoundland.
Last year, New York City started enforcing a new law making vacation rentals illegal when rented out for less than 30 days.