• A Two-Night Stay for Two in a Resort Room, Sundays through Thursdays ($399) or Fridays and Saturdays ($425)
• Daily Breakfast for Two
• One Outdoor Activity per Person
• Valet Parking
With its verdant rolling hills, quiet forests, and, come winter, snow-capped mountains perfect for skiing, Hot Springs, Virginia, makes quite a statement—and that's even before you happen upon its most iconic landmark—The Homestead.
Established in 1766, and counting Thomas Jefferson and 22 other US presidents among its esteemed guests, The Homestead is a red-brick resort set on 3,000 impressive acres. Guest rooms and suites are adorned in crisp, Federal style with feather beds, flat-screen TVs, and Wi-Fi. Some offer warm fireplaces and sun decks, as well.
Natural, restorative hot springs and an on-site spa set the stage for relaxation, while two championship-grade golf courses, a nine-slope ski and tubing center, and a bevy of on-site activities from trout-fishing and horseback riding to hiking and trap shooting make this resort an outdoor enthusiast's dream. Families will enjoy the programming designed by the resort's KidsClub, and an in-house movie theater provides a treat all ages can enjoy. Nearby, the picturesque town of Hot Springs offers an array of shopping and dining options.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON April 29, 2018
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON April 30, 2013
A Haven Amid the Virginia Hot Springs