The Discerning Traveler's Guide to Romantic Hideaways: The Middle Atlantic and South Eastern States

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Macmillan, Dec 15, 1998 - Travel - 224 pages
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A decandent meal by the flicker of candlelight, a private terrace awash in sea breezes, the radiant warmth of a wood-burning stove...the magical ingredients of a perfect romantic escape.

From Old Drovers Inn in New York to Little Palm Island in Florida, the authors have selected the most idyllic hideaways in the Middle Atlantic and South Eastern states, visiting each one personally to ensure no detail is left to chance. The fifty-two inns, hotels, and bed-and-breakfasts included here each have their own distinct personality, ranging from a rustic coveside home to a luxurious country manor. Each is described fully, with an emphasis on intimate rooms, working fireplaces, claw-foot bathtubs, first-rate dining rooms, and other special touches so you can plan your ideal getaway.

Includes enchanting lodgings in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.
 

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The authors visited every establishment listed in this guide, and their favorable opinions are the sole basis for inclusion. They provide descriptions of dining and comfort levels in 52 inns, hotels ... Read full review

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Since 1987, David and Linda Glickstein have published their popular newsletter, The Discerning Traveler, six times a year. They live in Philadelphia.

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