Can’t get enough of Christmas? Extend your Christmas celebration by visiting hotels where Christmas is “on” all year round. I mean, seriously on!
1. Christmas Farm Inn And Spa
When you think of New England in the winter, don’t you imagine sleigh bells, sparkling snow, and celebrations by the fire? You can have all this at the Christmas Farm Inn & Spa in the White Mountains in Jackson, New Hampshire.
This historic,15-acre resort, founded in 1778, offers the spirit of Christmas 365 days a year. The property, once home to a jail, a church, and a farmhouse, offers a quintessentially New England winter holiday vibe.
Colonial-style guest rooms have names like Rudolph, Yuletide, Mistletoe, Elves, and Everything Nice. The Mistletoe Pub offers a traditional New England dinner, and there is a full-service Aveda day spa.
Make room reservations here.
2. The Inn At Christmas Place
Enjoy the Smokies and Christmas all year long at the Inn at Christmas Place in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. With its Bavarian-style architecture, this award-winning hotel (seven-time winner, Travelers’ Choice® Top Choice Hotels) sits just across the way from The Incredible Christmas Place, where it “’tis the season” every day of the year. Guests can also celebrate Christmas In July, where they will enjoy decorating cookies and gingerbread houses, story time with Santa, and other activities.
The Christmas-themed hotel is close to several area attractions, including the Titanic Museum, the Hollywood Wax Museum, and Pigeon Forge. In addition, it’s just five miles from Dollywood.
3. Santa’s Lakeside Cottages
You can’t go wrong with a Christmas-themed visit to Santa Claus, Indiana! Santa’s Lakeside Cottages offers the Reindeer Express Train, Christmas Lake Golf Course, and, of course, Santa’s Cottages.
Weather permitting, you can catch the Reindeer Express train from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. The first ride is free; additional rides are $2.
Make cottage reservations here.