As the song goes, Christmas is the “hap-happiest season of all.” However, it always flies by, and you’re not alone if you find yourself feeling nostalgic for those festive winter days once they’re gone. But here is some good news: If you are a Christmas addict who starts playing “Winter Wonderland” in August, then there’s a primo vacation spot for you. Its name? The Christmas Farm Inn & Spa.
This gorgeous inn is located in Jackson, New Hampshire, and, as the name suggests, it’s always Christmastime at this sweet spot. The rooms in the Main Inn have clever, holiday-themed names such as “Mr. and Mrs. Claus,” “Sleigh Bells,” “Three Wise Men” and “Blizten.”
Even before the Christmas season kicks into high gear, the inn has some fun and creative ways to celebrate the change of seasons. The New England getaway is the perfect place to enjoy the fall foliage and the colors of the trees during autumn are hard to beat in New Hampshire.
You can also opt to stop at the nearby Santa’s Village, a magical wonderland that includes everything from the Skyway Sleigh Monorail to the Christmas Ferris Wheel to a whole host of other rides, including the Reindeer Carousel, Bumper Cars and the Poogee Penguin’s Spin Out Coaster.
And, of course, the Christmas light display is absolutely breathtaking.
This Christmastime joy is not just for the kids, either. Adults adore the beauty and magic of the Christmas Farm Inn & Spa, and it makes the most beautiful location for a wedding. You can opt to wed in their restored historic barn (which dates all the way back to 1786) or have a tented ceremony on their beautiful property.
This isn’t the only hotel that caters to adults and kids who wish it was Christmas all year long. There is also The Inn at Christmas Place (located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee), where guests enjoy a full-size decorated Christmas tree in their rooms along with other holiday decor. Santa himself would feel right at home.
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Year-round Christmas magic sounds like perfection.
[h/t: Country Living]
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