The Five Summer Escapes Every New Yorker Needs on the Calendar
The five nearby escapes you need to put on the calendar
Already daydreaming of Summer Fridays and three-day weekends?
We feel you. They’re coming in hot — pun very much intended.
Want to know what happens even faster? Every decent spot from here to Quebec booking up solid through September.
So we’ve rounded up five hard-to-book escapes to suit every man’s desires, from fly fishing to on-demand yachts, long-haul hikes to doing nothing at all.
So you want an adventure: Scribner’s Catskill Lodge
Scribner’s has fueled the spirits of explorers looking for something new since 1966. Nearby, you’ll find such excursions as Storm King Art Center, Saugerties historic lighthouse and some serious vistas of the Hudson from the lookout on Huckleberry Point trail. On
So you want to relax: Castle Hill Inn
This Rhode Island escape is an authentic Newport gem — elegant and supremely chill. The coastal mansion is comprised of seven guestrooms and suites along with 24 private waterfront dwellings, including chalets, beach
So you want to hit the beach: Bungalow Hotel
Kitschy for certain. But, hey, it’s the Jersey Shore. Bungalow Hotel is just a stone’s throw from the city, meaning you’ll be beachside in record time. The rooms come complete with Cali king beds and fireplaces, while the property is laden with activities, from billiards to
So you want to take to the water:
Calling all sea-faring roués: you don’t need to own a yacht to grace one. The world’s first yacht charter app offers up 30 to 165-foot yachts in NYC and the
So you want to camp … er,
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