6 Romantic Winter Weekend Getaways in the U.S

6 Romantic Winter Weekend Getaways in the U.S

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01 of 06

Bowling Green, Kentucky

Courtesy of Bowling Green Area CVB

Bowling Green is an up-and-coming city with a gastronomic reputation that precedes. For foodies, there's a swath of gourmet delights with a side order of Southern hospitality. Craving something sweet? Treat yourself to one of Brie Golliher's famous pies at Boyce General Store. Burn off all that sugary goodness with a walk through Fountain Square Park. Then swing by the National Corvette Museum, before settling into your suite at the Kentucky Grand Hotel.

02 of 06

Nashville, Tennessee

Courtesy of Nashville Convention & Visitors Corporation

While you probably won't see snow, that doesn't mean Nashville is any less lovely in the winter. On the contrary, mild temps make it all the more enjoyable. The legendary honky tonks bustle with excitement and hockey fans can score tickets to a Nashville Predators game. Consider staying at the Holston House Nashville for easy access to iconic attractions such as the Country Music Hall of Fame and Ryman Auditorium.

03 of 06

Greensboro, Georgia

Courtesy of The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee

Lakeside getaways aren't just reserved for summer, and Greensboro is irrefutable proof of that. This charming town is teeming with heritage-antebellum homes, the oldest masonry jail in Georgia, and The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee. On the weekend itinerary? Kick back by the hearth with a mug of hot cocoa, delight your inner child with s'mores around the bonfire, and twirl across the 6,000-square-foot ice rink.

04 of 06

Barnard, Vermont

Courtesy of Twin Farms

Barnard revs up the romance with wintery pursuits and picture-perfect accommodations. Yes, you guessed it, we're talking about Twin Farms. The all-inclusive to beat all others is an dazzling dreamworld with bespoke amenities. (Not that we'd expect anything less from Relais & ChГўteaux.) Couples can traverse 300 acres of white-dusted woodlands, recalibrate with organic spa treatments, and savor a private dinner in the underground wine cellar.

05 of 06

Baltimore, Maryland

Courtesy of George Peabody Library

Cultural institutions-and staying at The Ivy-top our list of reasons to visit Baltimore during the chilly season. When the weather outside is frightful, spend the day exploring the world's largest collection of works by Henri Matisse at the Baltimore Museum of Art. And you don't have to be a bibliophile to appreciate the atrium-like grandeur of the George Peabody Library with its intricate balconies, awe-inspiring skylight, and marble floors.

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New York City

Courtesy of Pier 17

Winter in New York City calls to mind skating at Rockefeller Center (or Pier 17 for all the icy action, sans so many out-of-towners), sledding on Pilgrim Hill in Central Park, and gourmet cocoa at Jacques Torres. For grown-up fun, Arlo SoHo brings to Antarctica to the Big Apple with a glacial-themed bar. Sipping a hot toddy in the comfort of a heated rooftop ice hut? Yes, please!