You can almost smell the pumpkin spices and hear the crunching leaves because fall is near! And just because summer is over, it doesn’t mean that your vacation days also have to end. Temperatures are dropping, but the fall season gives us a chance to appreciate the vibrant foliage that nature gifts us before the frigid winter. We found the best B&Bs in the country to explore the lush outdoors and curl up with a glass of apple cider after with your loved one.
Gateways Inn and Restaurant
The Berkshires is proud of its town of Lenox, which is bustling with activities from schools, hospitals, restaurants, and quaint shops dotting the area. Lenox is the perfect place for a combination of busy streets, family parks, and lush gardens. For a great view of autumn colors, the Gateways Inn and Restaurant in the heart of downtown Lenox is the perfect place to be. Have a great time visiting the nearby waterfalls in the Berkshires area, and afterwards, sit in their lounge for some late-night coffee and jazz music.
Inn and Spa at Cedar Falls
Hocking Hills, Ohio is a local and tourist favorite for all seasons, but fall is the best time to be in this area in the Midwest. The Hocking Hills State Park has a variety of trails with different difficulty levels, and you’ll be rewarded with the view of its dramatic waterfalls surrounded by the hues of autumn. Stay within the woods for a great view at any of the cabins and cottages at the Inn and Spa at Cedar Falls. It’s a serene alternative to experience the charm of the Hocking Hills.
Glen-Ella Springs Inn
In picturesque North Georgia, the small town of Clarkesville is surrounded by the gorgeous open fields for miles with the view of the mountains in the background. Clarkesville is a small town with a Southern charm filled with iconic shops and potteries for the exploring tourist. Glen-EllaSprings Inn is a beautiful space for the fall outdoors, and there are lots of recreational activities, such as hiking and horseback riding, available around the area.
Saluda, North Carolina
The Blue Ridge Parkway should be the capital of fall foliage for it draws thousands of visitors to western North Carolina during this time of the year. Its pristine natural beauty is definitely hard to resist, besides the other set of activities you can do. Orchard Inn is located half an hour away from the metro city of Asheville, and it’s the recommended place for some quiet but not totally too far from the landmark attractions.