Slow down and chill out at these New England country inns
November 11, 2016
November. It’s the calm before the storm. Summer is long past; the vibrant fall foliage has dulled, and there’s a lull before the busy holiday season — and Old Man Winter — arrives.
“New England in November has a wonderfully calming effect,” says Beth Steucek, CEO of New England Inns & Resorts Association. “It’s a quiet time for a good book, brisk walks, and a few decadent meals. And innkeepers and hoteliers are especially eager to provide a warm welcome at this time of year.”
Before it gets too crazy busy, treat yourself to a quick escape to one of these tranquil country inns. We’re thinking serene settings, quiet towns, and classic inns that remind us of simpler times.