The Most Charming Inns in the United States Under $200 a Night
Head to these charming inns around the country for a vacation to remember that won’t break the bank.
Vineyard Country Inn
Honestly, we’re not sure how Vineyard Country Inn has managed to fly under the radar for so long. With its prime location in St. Helena, California, this hidden gem offers unparalleled access to world-class wineries and restaurants. Enchanting views, spacious digs, and reasonable rates sweeten the deal. During the warmer months, you’ll love relaxing by the pool.
Osprey Point Inn
Located in Rock Hall, Maryland, the Osprey Point Inn offers access to tons of activities. Fuel up for a day of cycling, paddle boarding, and kayaking with a hearty breakfast—house-made quiche, French toast casserole, yogurt, granola, hard-boiled eggs, bagels, and zucchini bread. And did we mention all the tasty grub and outdoor fun is part of the package?
Read McKendree/Courtesy Sound View
Perched on a private beach in the historic village of Greenport, New York, Sound View is one of the most charming inns on the East Coast. Airy rooms with shiplap cedar walls, rope rugs, and oceanfront decks lend a distinct sense of place. Plus, there are plenty of perks like waterside yoga and oyster farm tours. Need more travel inspo? These are the best—and cheapest—small town weekend getaways in the United States.
Inn of the Governors
Guests get a lot for less at Inn of the Governors in Santa Fe. The outdoor heated pool is open year-round and Wi-fi and parking are free. Added benefits? A $15 daily food and beverage credit to the on-site restaurant, Del Charro, along with daily tea and sherry tastings in the lobby. Plus it’s within walking distance of Santa Fe Plaza.
Land’s End Inn
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Poised the northern tip of Cape Cod, Provincetown, Massachusetts is not only where the Mayflower first touched American soil but also a creative community with galleries, bars, and cabarets galore. In the heart of it all is Land’s End Inn. And with rates starting at $170—including continental breakfast, a wine reception in the evening, and refreshments throughout the day—it’s an excellent value. Like unusual accommodations? Take a peek at 12 of the world’s strangest and most unique hotels.
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