After months of lockdown, you can understandably look forward to basking in accommodation featuring creative cuisine with optional room service overlooking great views, outdoor activities, and access to beautiful surroundings perfect for vacationing. lonely walks in the sweater weather of late fall. .
Travel restrictions may be in place, but here is a sampling of beautiful properties across Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Oregon, and Montana with plenty of room for social distancing and plenty of outdoor amenities. Each is close to historic sites and exceptional natural landscapes.
Weekapaug Inn – Westerly, Rhode Island
While many focus on its coastal summer season, Westerly, Rhode Island offers visitors the juxtaposition of seaside backdrops and shifting leaves. With nearly empty beaches surrounded by nature and long scenic drives (including Route 1A and Route 102), there is plenty to see and do during the fall season.
Check into the Weekapaug Inn, then spend the afternoon outdoors with naturalist Mark Bullinger for guided hikes, tidal pool walks, and breathtaking views of the New England leaves.
The Preserve Sporting Club & Residences – Richmond, RI
The new Preserve Sporting Club & Residences, which debuted this summer, sits on 3,500 acres of recreation for outdoor enthusiasts, and is a beautiful fall destination for domestic travelers, in the heart of southern Nova -England.
The expansive resort-rich destination estate offers luxury chalet-style accommodation, with an award-winning 18-hole executive golf course, clay and grass tennis courts, 10 fly-fishing ponds and over 160 km of hiking trails.
Chatham Bars Inn – Chatham, Massachusetts
The Chatham Bars Inn on Cape Cod offers cooking classes using ingredients from the resort’s eight-acre farm, fly fishing schools with Orvis-approved instructors, wellness retreats for all seasons, and a view of the leaves falling by the outdoor fireplace in the cozy south. Living room.
First opened as a luxury hunting lodge for wealthy Bostonians in 1914, today it is a full-service resort with individually decorated rooms and suites, leisure options, dining exceptional, exclusive spa and eight acre farm. Chatham Bars Inn’s 217 quaint accommodations are housed in over 30 separate buildings spread across the inn’s 25-acre grounds.
Inn at Hastings Park – Lexington, Massachusetts
Lexington, Massachusetts offers New England history, charm, and party activities. The Inn at Hastings Park, provides privileged access to all of Lexington’s favorite attractions.
Get your seasonal fix with a ride to nearby Walden Pond, for the ultimate photos of fall foliage bouncing on the water, or spend the afternoon biking the 11 mile Minuteman Trail for this Fall catch worthy of Insta.
The Allison Inn & Spa – Newberg, Oregon
A 45-minute drive from downtown Portland, downtown Portland winds through the Oregon Hills and into the Willamette Valley, to the Allison Inn & Spa.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the hotel is set amid 9 acres of lush surroundings. JORY, the Allison’s signature restaurant, focuses on the abundant local agriculture, with an award-winning wine list of over 800 labels. (And you can still have room service, if you prefer.)
And for a unique spa experience, even for non-drinkers, try pinot-inspired botanical and biological therapy, produced from wine and grape seed extracts from the resort’s property vineyard.
The Resort at Paws Up – Greenough, Montana
Montana is a foliage-ready destination, with acres of unspoiled wilderness and over 30 fall adventures deep in the Blackfoot Valley at the Resort at Paws Up.
From fly fishing on the Blackfoot River, to horseback riding through the changing trees of Tamarack, to e-bike along mountain trails or to balloon through Montana’s Big Sky, guests will enjoy the 37,000 acres . The glamping season runs until mid-October (dedicated camping butler included). But you can enjoy the comfort and privacy of home in a luxury Wilderness estate all season long.