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  • 10 Iconic Lakeside Retreats

    Few things are as quintessentially American as a lakeside in summer. Indeed, the United States is home to well over 100,000 lakes, from the mighty Greats like Erie and Superior to the small waterside spots beloved by families on summer vacation. This means…

  • Best National Parks for Fall

    The U.S. National Park System just turned 100. Visitors by the carload have been celebrating its birthday this year, with record crowds in some of the most popular parks. Once autumn hits and the kids are back in school, however, nature becomes much more ……

  • Ski B&Bs in Top Mountain Towns

    There's no shortage of fantastic skiing destinations from Alaska to New Hampshire—there are so many, in fact, that Powder Magazine holds an annual Ski Town Throwdown competition during which snow-sports enthusiasts vote for their favorite ski towns. …

  • 10 Incredible Inns Near National Parks

    From the Sequoias of Northern California to the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, the U.S. is home to an astounding array of national parks. Conveniently located close to these natural wonders, the following inns are the perfect places to call it a night after…

  • These Adorable Animal Innkeepers Will Melt Your Heart

    Welcoming touches that make you feel at home, from family-style hospitality to handcrafted breakfasts, are a big part of what makes a B&B stay special. And sometimes that sense of homey comfort comes by way of fluffy, four-footed innkeepers. Whether it's …

  • Wildlife inns

    Conservationist and bestselling South African author Lawrence Anthony once wrote, "The only good cage is an empty cage," and plenty of bed and breakfast owners would agree. They've combined their passions, offering guests both great places to stay and port…

  • Beachfront bed and breakfasts

    It would be challenging to find a better getaway destination than an inn with the coast just steps from your door, gourmet breakfasts served beachside, and crashing waves to lull you to sleep. Each of these seaside escapes offers the ultimate in luxury ame…

  • Remote B&Bs and inns

    Sometimes you want to tune out all of life’s hubbubs, and these remote bed and breakfasts help travelers do just that. One is far removed from artificial light, another is sheltered by mountains, and another is near town but on the flight path of rare song…

  • Vermont’s Route 100: Keeping cycling distractions to a maximum

    Twentieth-century political writer Walter Lippmann once characterized Calvin Coolidge, America’s 30th president and a Vermont native, as someone good at “active inactivity,” which is to say that the New England-raised Commander-in-Chief knew when to do not…

  • The San Juan Islands: A bike trip worth floating For

    Paul Ahart has spent a good chunk of his life convincing people that the best way to explore an island isn’t with an outboard motor, a plane ticket, or keys to a car. It's on a bike.