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2-Night Stay for up to Four, Valid Sunday-Thursday

2-Night Stay for up to Four, Valid Sunday-Thursday
Price
$219
Savings
50%
Retail
$434
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Historical Resort Overlooking White Mountain Range

The White Mountains, a towering Appalachian range stretching across northern New Hampshire, developed into distinctive rock formations during eons of erosion. Nestled among these slopes, Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa arose through a similarly slow, organic process, evolving from an 1865 country inn known as the Mountain View House through decades of add-ons and expansions. After a complete 21st-century renovation, the colonial revivalist building stands as a worthy companion to the magnificent peaks that surround it.

Sited amid 1,700 forested acres, the resort stands out at night as a vast blaze of light against the dusky woods—a display powered entirely by green energy, much of which comes from a 121-foot wind turbine rotating out back. After a full day of alpine adventure, a visit to the award-winning spa blasts away muscle tension with a massage or immersion in the 252-jet, mountain-water–filled soaking tub. Downstairs, a heated indoor pool and redwood sauna continue to unknot muscles and loosen jammed ski boots. As the après-ski activity winds down, the tastefully appointed guest rooms beckon. In classic rooms, walk-in closets accommodate all manner of mountain gear, and Historic rooms offer mountain vistas that pair perfectly with the included bottle of wine.

Eclectic dining options include the Main Dining Room, an elegant venue with views of the Presidential Range and a menu of French specialties such as duck à l'orange. Alternatively, the Tavern serves up pub fare and local draft beers.

The White Mountains: Family Fun in Picturesque Outdoors

Guests can take advantage of the winter season with broom hockey, ice-skating, and the resort’s famous chicken bowling or milk-jug curling. Just down the road, Cannon Mountain hosts skiers and boarders on its 60 slopes.

The 800,000-acre White Mountain National Forest, less than 10 miles south of the resort, typifies much of precolonial New England. Dozens of 4,000 foot crests soar above six designated Federal Wilderness Areas and a hundred miles of meandering Appalachian Trail. The forest shelters several endangered denizens, such as the White Mountain butterfly, Canada lynx, and Isolationist poet.


Nov 29 2011 by Groupon
2-Night Stay for up to Four, Valid Sunday-Thursday

1-Night Stay Valid on Weekdays and 12/3-12/4, 12/16-12/17, 1/6-1/7, 2/3-2/4, 2/10-2/11, or 3/30-3/31

1-Night Stay Valid on Weekdays and 12/3-12/4, 12/16-12/17, 1/6-1/7, 2/3-2/4, 2/10-2/11, or 3/30-3/31
Price
$149
Savings
48%
Retail
$285
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Mountain Lodge in Central Vermont near Prime Skiing

Cross-country skiers make fresh tracks on the powdery trails crisscrossing the central Vermont woods, and a pair of snowmobiles hums in the distance. Further along the trail, a different kind of track materializes—paw prints stamped in the wake of dogsleds. In the center of the action, beside the gleaming surface of the Chittenden Reservoir, rests The Mountain Top Inn & Resort. The lodge has undergone a transformation from its humble origins as a turnip barn and now spans 350 acres of snow-swept alpine landscape.

Within centrally located classic lodge rooms, colorful quilts hug beds in uniquely appointed chambers. Motifs of moose, black bears, and roosters traipse alongside woodsy furnishings such as rocking chairs, mirror-topped armoires, and two-poster beds. Downstairs, diners enjoy gourmet burgers and seafood beneath bristling antler chandeliers in the Highlands Dining Room or carry bistro fare and Vermont microbrews from The Highlands Tavern on trips to taunt abominable snowmen roaming nearby slopes.

When the snowy landscapes call, knowledgeable onsite instructors will be on hand to outfit guests with snowshoes or cross-country skis and help them to polish skills and take on new challenges. The Nordic Ski & Snowshoe Center forms the hub of 37 miles of mountain-shadowed trails trodden by horse-drawn sleighs, dogsleds, and snowmobiles across cleverly disguised powdered sugar.

Green Mountains, Vermont: Alpine Skiing near Historical Towns

The Green Mountains, a branch of the ancient Appalachians stretching across Vermont, draw their name from the layers of stately conifers carpeting the range's slopes. This massive arboretum forms the Green Mountain National Forest, opening infinite vistas for snowshoeing, Nordic skiing, and game hunting.

The six towering peaks of the Killington ski area—just 11 miles from the inn—send snow buffs swooping down latticed networks of 140 trails, including regularly groomed cruising runs and steep, untamed moguls. A one-day ticket grants access to 22 different lifts, and the included shuttle delivers guests and gear for a full day of downhill adventure. Alternatively, a Mountain Top trail pass allows snowy explorations of 37 miles of the resort's backcountry trails.

For a taste of history, lodgers can make their way toward the nearby towns of Killington and Rutland, both of which unfurl charters dating to 1761, before the creation of Vermont itself. In downtown Rutland, local vendors at the winter farmers' market sell Vermont maple syrup, local wools, and free-range icicles every Saturday.


Nov 29 2011 by Groupon
1-Night Stay Valid on Weekdays and 12/3-12/4, 12/16-12/17, 1/6-1/7, 2/3-2/4, 2/10-2/11, or 3/30-3/31

1 Facial (a $25 value)

1 Facial (a $25 value)
Price
$12
Savings
52%
Retail
$25
Portland Me Deals

Like an iceberg, beauty mostly resides below the surface, but only its visible portion can gain the attention of an ocean liner. Look shipshape with today’s Groupon to Cosmotech School of Cosmetology in Westbrook. Choose from the following options:

  • For $12, you get one facial (a $25 value).

  • For $69, you get one facial per month for six months (a $150 value).

  • For $22, you get a spa manicure (a $15 value) and a spa pedicure (a $30 value; a $45 total value).

  • For $129, you get a six-month nail-maintenance package (a $270 total value), which includes:

  • One spa manicure per month for six months (a $90 value)
  • One spa pedicure per month for six months (a $180 value)

  • Cosmotech School of Cosmetology's licensed instructors supervise a squadron of students as they gain experience performing soothing facials and nail services with products such as Pharmagel. During the approximately 60-minute facial, an instructor performs a consultation before unleashing students to cleanse patrons' skin of any dirt, oil, or wash me notes written in freckles. A round of exfoliation sloughs off dead skin cells, while a mask and layer of moisturizer reveal brighter iterations of skin. Fingers and toes clean up their appearance with a trim and file during the roughly two-hour nail service, which smoothes rough edges and keeps nails from growing up and leaving their nests. For the final flourish, a professional polish decorates appendage tips with a client-selected color.


    Nov 30 2011 by Groupon
    1 Facial (a $25 value)

    1-Night Weekday Stay For Up to Six in a Premium Suite Valid Sunday-Thursday

    1-Night Weekday Stay For Up to Six in a Premium Suite Valid Sunday-Thursday
    Price
    $219
    Savings
    49%
    Retail
    $427
    Portland Me Deals
    Cabin-Style Suites Above Massive Indoor Water Park

    High above Fort Mackenzie—the four-story waterlogged treehouse that feels like a mixture of Swiss Family Robinson and Pirates of the Caribbean —a 1,000-gallon bucket slowly fills with water. Suddenly, the big bucket topples, drenching those gathered below in a torrent of water. Heated to a balmy 84 degrees, Great Wolf Lodge Williamsburg’s indoor water park sports more than a dozen splash-filled attractions, including a wave pool, a six-story funnel slide, a Crooked Creek lazy river, and two Hot Springs warming pools.

    The 79,000-square-foot aquatic arena is merely one of the many activities at the hotel's multi-entertainment campus. At the MagiQuest live-action adventure, kids wield magic wands and journey through a kingdom to meet mythical creatures, including a pixie, a dragon, and a Bob Dylan. Teens will gravitate toward gr8_space, a trendy hangout lit with midnight-blue and green lights where they can play video games or dance to the music of a live DJ. Scooops Kid Spa gives manicures and pedicures to pint-size patrons sitting atop ice-cream-cone stools and banana-split thrones—free ice cream predictably and happily completes each visit.

    Up to six bear cubs and adults can comfortably slumber in the rustic Majestic Bear Suite. Daily itineraries can be planned atop chairs surrounding a hexagonal breakfast table. Each of Great Wolf Lodge’s three spacious premium suites accommodates 6–8 guests.

    Williamsburg: Art and Entertainment in Historic Colonial Town

    Part of the Historic Triangle of Virginia, Williamsburg played a central role during the American Revolution, as American forces gathered there in 1781 to march to Yorktown for the final British defeat. The city pays homage to its patriotic past at Colonial Williamsburg, where tourists stroll past historic buildings as fifers march in Revolutionary War regalia. The Yorktown Battlefield is only a short drive east, where a park ranger guides visitors along the British defense and tells the story of the Revolutionary War's final siege.

    The 18th-century-style specialty boutiques along Merchants Square sell everything from whimsical toys to hand-cooked Virginia peanuts. In addition to its historic sites, Williamsburg boasts a thriving artistic community, with original folk art and paint-by-number self-portraits of the Founding Fathers displayed at several galleries and art exhibits throughout the city.


    Nov 22 2011 by Groupon
    1-Night Weekday Stay For Up to Six in a Premium Suite Valid Sunday-Thursday

    1-Night Stay for Six in a Majestic Bear or Loft Fireplace Suite Valid Sunday-Thursday

    1-Night Stay for Six in a Majestic Bear or Loft Fireplace Suite Valid Sunday-Thursday
    Price
    $169
    Savings
    45%
    Retail
    $308
    Portland Me Deals
    Cabin-Style Suites Above Massive Indoor Water Park

    High above Fort Mackenzie—the four-story waterlogged treehouse that feels like a mixture of Swiss Family Robinson and Pirates of the Caribbean —a 1,000-gallon bucket slowly fills with water. Suddenly, the big bucket topples, drenching those gathered below in a torrent of water. Heated to a balmy 84 degrees, Great Wolf Lodge’s indoor water park sports a dozen splash-filled attractions, including two three-story slides, a toboggan-style ride, and a Crooked Creek lazy river.

    The 39,000-square-foot aquatic arena is merely one of the many activities at the hotel's multi-entertainment campus. At the MagiQuest live-action adventure, kids wield magic wands and journey through a kingdom to meet mythical creatures, including a pixie, a dragon, and a Bob Dylan. More than 100 games such as skee-ball and virtual pinochle flash and whirl in the Northern Lights Arcade, with prizes and games geared toward all ages. Scooops Kid Spa gives manicures and pedicures to pint-size patrons sitting atop ice-cream-cone stools and banana-split thrones—free ice cream predictably and happily completes each visit.

    Up to six bear cubs and adults can comfortably slumber in the rustic Majestic Bear suite. Daily itineraries can be planned atop tall chairs surrounding a hexagonal breakfast table. Each of Great Wolf Lodge’s spacious premium suites accommodates six guests.

    Traverse City: The Charming Cherry Capital of the World

    One of USA Today ’s 10 Great Places for Local Wines, Traverse City draws visitors year-round with its fine riesling wines siphoned from grape gorges in the fertile Old Mission Peninsula. Tucked between the pinky and index finger on the hand-shaped state of Michigan, the proclaimed "Cherry Capital of the World" is bordered by scenic Grand Traverse Bay to the north and the sprawling Traverse City State Forest Area to the east. The town's downtown and waterfront thrives with gourmet restaurants and local landmarks, such as State Theatre, a recently restored art-house cinema built in 1949—families will want to drop by for the 25-cent Saturday-morning matinee. A drive north up the peninsula eventually ends at the whitewashed Old Mission Point Lighthouse, a local relic originally constructed in 1870.


    Nov 22 2011 by Groupon
    1-Night Stay for Six in a Majestic Bear or Loft Fireplace Suite Valid Sunday-Thursday

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