7 Winter Resorts In Upstate New York For A Snowy Vacation

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7 Winter Resorts In Upstate New York For A Snowy Vacation:-Upstate New York offers beautiful scenery, a wide range of recreational options, and a mystical winter getaway. In the winter, the area becomes a snow-covered wonderland, providing the perfect backdrop for sports like ice skating, snowboarding, skiing, and more. Luckily, for those looking for a luxurious escape, the area’s resorts provide an amazing experience.

 

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7 Winter Resorts In Upstate New York For A Snowy Vacation

Upstate New York’s winter resorts offer warm lodgings with breathtaking vistas and first-rate amenities, making them the ideal location for fun and relaxation. These ten Upstate New York winter resorts are a great option for an unforgettable snowy weekend, whether you’re looking for an opulent romantic hideaway or an exciting family outing.

 

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IN RHODE ISLAND:

Because we adore a wintertime ocean view, Ocean House, Rhode Island—also known as the Ocean state—makes the ideal vacation destination. Cool, moody, and dreamy all at once, warm up in one of the restored ski gondolas, which are a part of the resort’s renowned Gondola Village and are decorated with fire pits, heated blankets, and twinkling lights.

 

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Veuve Clicquot Champagne and Apero French, which features savory ham and gruyere with Dijon mustard cream, or sweet crepes like cinnamon apples with raisins soaked in brandy and whipped cream, are served before dinner. Maintain the romantic ambiance by booking a hotel with an ocean view, where you can watch the waves crash from your luxurious bed.

 

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WEEKAPAUG INN, WESTERLY

The 5-star Weekapaug Inn, designed with Relais & Chateaux, is located about 15 minutes away from Ocean House. Take a guided jeep trip along the beach to witness the winter sunset, stargaze under the dark skies of New England with the hotel’s resident naturalist, and hone your photographic abilities on a guided photo shoot near the ocean.

 

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Choose from the menu items such as Rhode Island mushroom tagliatelle, littlenecks, native oysters, Stonington scallops (with poached pear, parsnip, swiss chard, and uni butter), or, for those who prefer meat, traditional filet mignon. You can also opt for a four-course tasting menu with Chef Andrew Brooks.

 

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NEW JERSEY:

Situated at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains, Crystal Springs is the closest resort to New York City. It boasts two hotels and spas, ten restaurants (yes, 10), an excellent wine cellar, and gorgeous rooms and suites with views of the valley and mountains. During the warmer months, golf is a must here.

There are six top-notch courses to pick from, including the well-known Ballyowen course. However, in the winter, we like to stay warm and cozy at Grand Cascades Lodge.

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Enjoy a vinotherapy massage at Reflections Spa, a heated tropical Biosphere Pool complex, a dinner reservation at the AAA Four Diamond Restaurant Latour, one of New Jersey’s best restaurants, and then unwind in your luxurious suite designed by Manhattan’s INC Architecture & Design.

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BEACH PLUM FARM COTTAGES, CAPE MAY

The main draws of Cape May, New Jersey, are its expansive beaches and vibrant Victorian residences. But the beach town, which has an agricultural side, is also lovely in the winter.

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Inspired by Curtis Bashaw (of Congress Hall and Virginia Hotel and Cottages, among other places), Beach Plum Farm is located a short distance from the beach and features Berkshire hogs, chickens, beehives, organic gardens, a farmers’ market, and a kitchen that organizes a fun, year-round themed dinner series.

 

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Six farm barns and cottages can be found on the 62-acre working farm. These include the Whaler’s Cottage, which is one of the oldest houses on the island and dates back to the 1700s; the Winona Cottage, which was one of the first mail-order homes from Sears, Robuck & Co.; and more recent barns constructed by Amish craftsmen in Lancaster, PA. Each is private and furnished with golf carts, bicycles, outdoor showers and firepits, and fireplaces.

 

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PENNSYLVANIA:

The Lodge at Woodloch is the ideal retreat for those seeking cozy wintertime ambiance, complete with saunas, heated pools, hot stone and heated poultice massages to relieve stress.

 

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The spa features cozy rooms with views of the forest and lake, fireplaces and fire pits, and a wonderful warm hydromassage waterwall for rapid relaxation. For individuals who truly desire to fully embrace the cold, there are activities such as snowshoeing, ice fishing, and a salt sauna, ice bucket shower, and snow room at the spa.

 

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RIVER HOUSE AT ODETTE’S, NEW HOPE

We have already discussed Lambertville, NJ, as well as picturesque New Hope. This is due to the fact that the sister-river towns—which are connected by a pedestrian bridge—are well worth the journey. The allure includes great people watching, quirky eateries, hip shops (like Foxy Reds), miles of towpath for bicycling and walking, and a reputable theater where the late Grace Kelly honed her acting skills.

Situated directly on the Delaware, the modern 38-room River House is one of the town’s most elegant hotels. The hotel is named for the renowned cabaret star of the 1960s, Odette Myrtil, who once staged her cabaret show here (Chez Odette).

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Myrtil is celebrated throughout, from the signature dishes at the on-site restaurant to the vibrant prints and patterns to the plush velvet sofas and velvet textiles in the piano lounge. The apartments are the most amazing, though, with their own private terraces facing the water, fireplaces, and peaceful views of the river.

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