With winter approaching and summer behind us, it's about that time of year where weekend getaways get very appealing. Whether it's a family retreat, a romantic date-night, or some time to unwind by yourself, we've got the perfect spots for you. We spent some time sifting through our data, to see where our customers were frequenting, a few of our office favorites, and we've chosen the Top 6 spots for this fall.
#6: Boothbay Harbor, Maine
One of the most beautiful spots in Maine, situated right on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean, Boothbay Harbor offers year-round events and activities suited for all ages. Whether it's the stunning panoramas of the transforming foliage or catching the magnificent humpback whale breach, there is no shortage of incredible sights. A mix of luxury hotels, campgrounds, and historic inns provide a wide variety of lodging accommodations. Our favorite place to stay is the Spruce Point Inn Resort and Spa.
#5: Nantucket, Massachusetts
This 50 square-mile island encapsulates the charm of the deep history of Massachusetts. Bundle up for an autumn walk on one of the plentiful beaches, past the rolling dunes, all the way down to the Brant Point Lighthouse. Stroll the cobblestone streets to award-winning restaurants, such as Dune. Nantucket offers many hotels and inns to choose from, accommodating a wide variety of preferences.
#4: Marblehead, Massachusetts
Not too far away from Nantucket is Marblehead, a coastal town known around the world as a popular sailing, kayaking, and fishing destination. Stay at the Harbor Light Inn, visit Castle Rock for memorable views of the ocean. Book your private aircraft to bring you directly to Beverly, MA (KBVY), which offers rental car services.
#3: Burlington, Vermont
Burlington, Vermont is an absolutely incredible place to visit for a family getaway. It's located on Lake Champlain, and situated between the Adirondack and Green Mountains, letting you enjoy a waterside cocktail or a 4000' day hike. If you have a car, about 30 minutes away is Ben & Jerry's headquarters, which offers daily factory tours.
#2: Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Portsmouth is a historic city that has managed to grow all the while preserving its colonial charm. Located on the Piscataqua River, Portsmouth does not have its own beaches but is less than a couple miles from the scenic rocky coast of Kittery, Maine and the oceanside towns of Rye and New Castle, NH.
Portsmouth was originally named Strawberry Banke by English Colonists in the 1630s and features an outdoor museum of the same name in its Historic District. Over 40 restored and preserved buildings from the oldest neighborhood in the state are on display, with daily tours. Portsmouth also offers some of the best restaurants in New England, fine microbreweries, and more shopping than you can imagine.
Fly privately to Pease International Airport, located about 2 miles from Downtown.
#1: Newport, Rhode Island
Once known as a popular vacation-spot of both Eisenhower and Kennedy, Newport has remained a popular destination for many Americans. Sprawling mansions offer visitors a vicarious look into the wealth of the Gilded Age, with tours running daily. Newport has a contemporary style to satisfy all types of vacationers. Beaches to relax, downtown shopping, fine dining for romantic evenings, and late night bars for celebrations. Stay at the Chanler at Cliff Walk for an unforgettable weekend. Book a private jet or helicopter to bring you directly to Newport Airport (KUUU).
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