There was nothing typical about 2020, and 2021 seems to be making some statements of its own. Now more than ever, many couples are looking to get away, even for a quick weekend trip. What better time to plan a trip than Valentine’s Day weekend? To make it a truly special and memorable event, change up the ordinary getaway: Try a tiny house vacation. You can skip the shared spaces of a typical hotel: Glamping getaways are the ideal way to celebrate special moments together. Follow local and state Covid-19 orders and social distancing protocols in the check-in process to limit interaction between guests and staff, in cleaning protocols for common areas and a redesign of on-site events and activities to accommodate social distancing guidelines. Enjoy your vacation while skipping the typical crowded hotel elevator or passing shoulder-to-shoulder with other guests down long hotel hallways. Take a look at these romantic tiny house destinations across the country.
Chetola Resort greets the holidays with its drive-through tour of the Festival of Lights. The free display includes close to 30,000 lights throughout the resort and around Chetola Lake. In an effort to keep visitors safe this year, Chetola Resort offers visits with Santa and carriage rides to resort guests only on Friday, Nov. 27, and Saturday, Nov. 28. - a change from the large public gatherings and the traditions of past years. The resort made this change to keep the community safe during Covid-19 and to abide by local health department recommendations.
This November and December, the scenic Mendocino Coast presents new experiences and thrilling treats that will delight every type of traveler. Un-crowded Mendocino in winter is the perfect getaway from the stresses of life. Perspective is gained at the foot of thousand-year-old giant redwoods, the ocean unfurls as far as the eye can see, and a cozy fireside warms the heart. The slower small-town pace lends itself to a laid-back holiday season.
If you've always wanted to own a winery, now may be your chance...Established in 1985 and never before offered for sale, The Williamsburg Winery Ltd. is available for $40 million through Virginia Estates, the foremost vineyard and winery brokerage on the East Coast. Located only minutes from historic Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia on the central East Coast (mid-Atlantic region) of the United States, The Williamsburg Winery’s extensive facilities are spread out on 342 acres known as Wessex Hundred. The property, which includes an additional 74 acres in a perpetual lease, features 52 acres under vine with well-selected varietals.
Largely unaffected by COVID-19, the Commonwealth of Dominica hopes to persuade tourists to return to the Nature Isle of the Caribbean. To reassure guests and residents alike that it is safe to visit the island, Discover Dominica the Authority launched the "Safe in Nature" campaign. It provides a "managed experience" within a so-called "tourism bubble" comprising accommodation, transport, attractions, spas, restaurants and water-based activities that have all been certified for safety by the government.