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5 East Coast Luxury Resorts You’ll Love

Finding just the right East Coast resort for your vacation can be hard. With so many great options out there, it can be hard to choose just the right place. To help you decide, we’ve put together a list of our five favorites

Castle Hill Resort and Spa

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This resort is located in Vermont’s Green Mountains. While many people love it for the skiing, it is actually open year-round. Despite the fact that it only has 10 rooms, the property comes with just about every amenity you can think of. It’s perfect for families, business travelers, and couples looking for a romantic vacation. Website: Castle Hill Resort and Spa

Mirbeau Inn & Spa


You’ll find this resort in Skaneateles, New York in the Finger Lakes wine area. Designed to look like a romantic French-inspired country estate it boasts a first-rate restaurant, yoga classes and beautiful gardens and ponds. Each chateau style room has its own fireplace and soaking tub. Website: Mirbeau Inn & Spa

Inn at Palmetto Bluff


This Palmetto, South Carolina inn shows sown of the best that the Low country has to offer. Close to Savannah and Hilton Head, you’ll find plenty of shopping and sightseeing. Back at the resort, you’ll discover a signature Jack Nickalus golf course, a spa with private outdoor soaking tubs, and a variety of outdoor games. The rooms are spread out between private cottages and homes. That means you’ll find separate bedrooms within a suite, screened-in porches and fireplaces. Website: Inn at Palmetto Bluff

The Cloister at Sea Island

The Cloister at Sea Island

This Sea Island, Georgia property is probably the most famous one on our list. Since 1928 the resort has held five miles of private beach along

Georgia’s southeastern coast. Amenities include round-the-clock butler service, clay skeet shooting lessons, a beach club, three pools, air-conditioned cabanas, sailing lessons, horseback riding and private golf lessons taught by master players. Website: The Cloister at Sea Island

Little Palm Island Resort and Spa


This Little Palm Island, Florida resort is hidden away on a tiny private island and is only accessible by a private boat or airplane. There are no televisions, or phones, giving you the ultimate sense of getting away from it all. Don’t worry, though, the rooms all have whirlpool tubs and luxurious bamboo-fenced outdoor showers. There are a variety of activities offered to fill the days, but most travelers choose the quiet of the private white sand beach. Website: Little Palm Island Resort and Spa

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