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New England Regional

Spas around New England

March-April 2014

Dining room at The White Barn Inn
Guest room at the Woodstock Inn & Resort

All the establishments below offer visitors the chance to “get away from it all” and linger, lounge, and otherwise soak up the spa experience during an overnight (or multiple-night) stay.

 

Canyon Ranch
Lenox, Massachusetts
www.canyonranch.com/lenox
413-637-4100

Chatham Bars Inn
Chatham, Massachusetts
www.chathambarsinn.com
800-527-4884

Cranwell
Lenox, Massachusetts
www.cranwell.com
413-637-1364

Equinox Resort & Spa
Manchester Village, Vermont
www.equinoxresort.com
800-362-4747

Kripalu
Stockbridge, Massachusetts
www.kripalu.org
866-200-5203

Mayflower Inn & Spa
Washington, Connecticut
www.mayflowerinn.com
860-868-9466

Omni Mount Washington Resort
Bretton Woods, New Hampshire
www.omnihotels.com/mtwashington
603-278-1000

Saybrook Point Inn & Spa
Old Saybrook, Connecticut
www.saybrook.com
860-395-2000

The Spa at Norwich Inn
Norwich, Connecticut
www.thespaatnorwichinn.com
860-886-2401

Topnotch Resort
Stowe, Vermont
www.topnotchresort.com
802-253-8585

Twin Farms
Barnard, Vermont
www.twinfarms.com
802-234-9999

Wentworth by the Sea
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
www.wentworth.com
888-252-6888

The White Barn Inn
Kennebunk, Maine
www.whitebarninn.com
207-967-2321

The Woodstock Inn & Resort
Woodstock, Vermont
www.woodstockinn.com
802-457-1100

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