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Rent a Bridgehampton barn
High ceilings, an open kitchen and room for eight people--this is the place for a low-key friends weekend. (It's already booked up for NYE but has openings from December 26 to 29.) Take over the whole estate (including an adjacent guest cottage) for about $500 a night or choose the main barn only for $300 a night.
Shack up in a Catskills cabin
Go really off the grid at this secluded, pet-friendly Phoenicia hideaway, which has a calming stream on-site ($233 a night).
Pretend like you’re going to camp
You may remember us tipping you off this summer to Graham & Co., a tiny but adorable motel also in Phoenicia. And now is your chance to try it out: There are still a few rooms left that week (starting at $99 a night).
Stay in a former colonial blacksmith’s shop
Although you won’t be alone on the seven-acre Connecticut property (it’s the guesthouse of a family home), we hear the owners make a mean blueberry muffin and let you help feed their horses ($205 a night). Fun fact: It’s also a hop, skip and jump from Arethusa Farm...and its infamous ice cream.
Check in to a Vermont B&B
If you’re looking to get in some skiing over the break, this two-story home is only seven miles from Bromley Mountain and 15 miles from Stratton Mountain. But before you hit the slopes, let Pat (the grandmotherly live-in owner) treat you to a warm breakfast ($90 a night).
Cozy up to a New England mansion
In the market for some traditional New Year’s Eve entertainment? The Vanderbilt Grace in Newport, Rhode Island, will be offering a five-course dinner and late-night jazz party for $175, or the latter only for $50. (Rooms start at $380 a night.)
In a matter of only a few weeks, you’ve unleashed your inner tour guide, exhausted your shopping skills and pulled off the party of the year. Now what? Crawling under a duvet for a few days sounds about right. Just get out of the city first.
Here are six spots nearby that still have availability for the week between Christmas and New Year’s.
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