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Find The Perfect NH/VT Valentine's Day Getaway

Feb 11, 2015 03:42PM ● By Erin Frisch
With a Valentine ’s Day just a few days away why not plan something a little extra special for that someone in your life. Wisk them away to a cozy Bed & Breakfast and enjoy a weekend escape. Here are a few recommendations:

The Jackson House in Woodstock, Vermont is located just outside the heart of Woodstock which offers elegant views of the countryside. Enjoy local ingredients and an organic breakfast prepared by their chefs daily. Just a short trip away from Kilington and Okemo ski areas your weekend can be filled with winter activities as well as pure comfort.

Shaker Farm Bed and Breakfast in Enfield, New Hampshire has a unique antique flare with a friendly environment. This small B&B has six rooms to choose from and is located near Dartmouth College, Lebanon Opera House, Simon Pearce Glass Blowing and more so you can be right in the middle of all the action. Whether you are looking for relaxation or adventure this B&B has it all.

The Trumbull House Bed & Breakfast in Hanover, New Hampshire offers luxury country lodging just three miles from Dartmouth College & Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. Family run since 1995 it has 16 acres of beautiful scenic grounds. With six posh rooms to choose from you will be relaxing in no time. They are also pet friendly so bring your furry companion along for the ride.

The Inn at Clearwater Pond in Quechee, Vermont is set in the hills of the country roads where you can find prime time relaxation. Surrounded by seven acres, this B&B has plenty of picturesque views. Located near Woodstock, VT you can make an appearance in town for all the shopping and local fixings you need.

The Franconia Inn Franconia inNew Hampshire has been inviting guest to stay with them since 1863. On 107 acres in picturesque Easton Valley, you will find breathtaking views of Mount Lafayette, Franconia Notch, and the Kinsman Range in the New Hampshire’s White Mountains. Plenty of outdoor activities are available as well.


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