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Stockton Seaview Hotel & Golf Club
Charming Country Estate on Reeds Bay
91% recommendedin LivingSocial customer ratings
• A One-Night Stay for Two in a Deluxe King or Deluxe Double Room, Sundays through Thursdays ($109), Fridays ($139), or Saturdays ($179)
• Complimentary Upgrade to an Executive King or Junior Deluxe Room (Based on Availability)
• $25 Resort Credit
• Combine Vouchers to Stay for Up to Five Nights
When it comes to all-American resort towns, it doesn't get much better than Atlantic City. For more than a century, shore-seekers have flocked to this timeless destination for its deep beaches, salt water taffy, and can-do spirit—the country's first boardwalk and the world's first seaside amusement pier were built here. Just eight miles from AC's glittering marquees, the charming township of Galloway is home to the saltwater marshes of Reeds Bay and the protected lands of the Pinelands Preservation Area. Here, guests are removed from the Shore's hustle and bustle, while remaining within easy distance of its famed attractions.
The Stockton Seaview Hotel & Golf Club feels like a Gatsby-esque getaway in the country. And no wonder: This luxe historic hotel is set on 670 immaculately manicured acres on the beautiful banks of Reeds Bay. Rooms at the resort, appointed with elegant furnishings that feel classically East Coast, have hosted legendary rock stars and silver-screen sirens. Still, Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TVs ensure they aren't stuck in the past.
Once you arrive, tour the resort's satellite gallery of the Noyes Museum of Art, have a ball in the indoor pool, or indulge in a treatment at the Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa. The next day, tee off at the Bay Course, open through December. It was designed in 1914 and once supported the spikes of President Harding. With 18 holes wending alongside Reeds Bay, it features 6,300 yards of rolling greens, deep bunkers, and bucolic views of wind-swept terrain.
After lunch at the brick-lined Grille Room—where you can savor dishes like the crab cake sandwich or the artisanal BLT with fries—aim for the bunkers, intentionally this time, with a stroll along the shore.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON January 20, 2022
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON December 30, 2013