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It's got Blues, barbecue and Elvis, but Tennessee's Bluff City remains restless, eager to break out and try new things. Read more

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A historic hotel re-opens in Lynchburg. Read more

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Airlie, once a private sanctuary for politicos and policymakers near Warrenton, opens to the public. Read more

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Richard Ernsberger Jr.

In Duck, North Carolina, The Sanderling Resort and Spa is a civilized alternative to the big cottage scene. Read more

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Norfolk hotel harmonizes past and present. Read more

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A sophisticated approach to patriotic fashion. Read more

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Quirk Hotel's rooftop bar gets a makeover. Read more

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Massanutten's new lift access bike park. Read more

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In a season notorious for commercialism, Keswick Hall, in the heart of Virginia hunt country, offers a relaxed and resplendent respite from the madness. Read more

House + Garden

The region's 27 most inviting retreats perfect for a long weekend of slipping away from the everyday. Read more

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A gastronome’s take on Virginia’s top culinary destination, the Inn at Little Washington Read more

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From zip line tours to white water rafting, thrill-then-chill experiences are turning spa days into the new extreme sport for 2016. Read more

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The Homestead celebrates 250 years with culinary flair. Read more

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Lynn Easton and Dean Porter Andrews have built a luxury hospitality group one exquisite detail at a time. Read more

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Even if you're no fan of cold weather, you can take the immersion cure—literally—in über-wintry Finland, in the fragrant waters of the Naantali Spa Hotel. Read more

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St. Lucia’s Viceroy Resort, Sugar Beach, offers the ultimate in barefoot Caribbean luxury. Read more

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A full slate of summer activities await at Primland. Read more

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Salamander Resort & Spa

Yoga on horseback at Middleburg’s Salamander Resort & Spa. Read more

Wine glasses replace canteens and amuse bouches stand in for s’mores. Read more

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