5 Great Ways to Relieve Your Cabin Fever Last Updated: October 2021
Dreaming of escaping the cold weather blues? Hide from January chills at a variety of luxury resorts and cozy bed and breakfasts. Make February the month to celebrate your love of food at great local restaurants. And try unforgettable experiences like maple sugaring in March!
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Get your fix of delicious bites, local brews and boutique hotels along the Fairfield County coastline.
If you’re looking for a getaway that’s a mix of diverse destinations and activities, coastal Fairfield is the place to visit! Plan a trip to South Norwalk (or SoNo) for the day, or hit the town at night to explore the city’s night life. Like beer? Check out these local favorites:
Eat your way through Greater New Haven’s vibrant city scenes, historic stops and cultural gems.
Take off with your significant other, family or friends to find cultural attractions in New Haven. First, book your stay at The Study at Yale, a unique New Haven hotel that offers comfortable overnight accommodations, a lively bar and delicious dining delights. Then it’s on to:
Go hunting for one-of-a-kind antiques, indulge with a day at the spa and take advantage of all-in-one inclusive stops in Mystic Country.
Escape to the countryside and reserve a spot at the Inn at Woodstock Hill, a restored country estate in Connecticut’s quiet northeast corner. Stay in one of the inn’s 18 cozy and uniquely decorated guest rooms – all fully furnished with rare and unique antiques. From here, the choice of activity is yours!
Plan an escape at a romantic B&B, while sampling sweet treats and breathtaking winter sights in Litchfield Hills
Warm up with a trip to Connecticut’s Litchfield Hills, where you can plan a stay at one of the area’s cozy country inns or historic B&Bs. For those seeking a romantic escape, stay at the Hopkins Inn in Warren and enjoy the beautiful backdrop of Lake Waramaug.