There’s Another Hotel Where It’s Christmas Year-Round
You can always deck the halls at this vacation spot!
If you’re the type of person who craves Christmas in July and basically every other month of the year, too, then you’re going to love the fact that there’s another Christmas-themed hotel to add to your must-visit list.
We’ve told you all about the Christmas Farm Inn & Spa in New Hampshire, but there’s another festive spot where you can celebrate Christmas year-round.
The Inn at Christmas Place, located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, is another place where you can go to experience the most wonderful time of the year — no matter what time of year it actually is.
Every room, from a standard guest room all the way up to the Santa Suite, comes equipped with a fully decorated Christmas tree (of course!) and some rooms even have in-room hot tubs.
Needless to say, that’s all you’ll need to feel nice and cozy, which is precisely what you crave during the Christmas season, isn’t it?
The hotel offers complimentary hot breakfasts, visits with Mr. and Mrs. Claus and, naturally, cookies at bedtime. After all, someone’s got to eat the cookies on Santa’s nights off!
Rooms start at $109 a night and go to $389, depending on the time of the year you decide to book a stay.
As far as things to do, you can sit by the huge fireplace in the lobby, take a dip in the facility’s pool or visit any of the nearby attractions — including Dollywood, which is just five minutes away.
Longing to sip cocoa in front of a nice, warm fire right about now? We can’t say we blame you!
If you’re missing your favorite holiday and feel like December is just too far away, why not get into the Christmas spirit early and go ahead and plan that vacation to The Inn at Christmas Place?
Christmas Farm Inn & Spa
If New Hampshire is more your speed than Tennessee, then you need to check out the Christmas Farm Inn & Spa in Jackson.
As the name suggests, it’s always Christmastime at this sweet spot. The rooms in the Main Inn have clever, holiday-themed names, such as “Mr. and Mrs. Claus,” “Sleigh Bells,” “Three Wise Men” and “Blizten.”
Sip a cup of hot cocoa at the Mistletoe Pub, and you’ll feel the warm holiday spirit whether it’s July or December.
But here’s the best part: The Christmas Farm Inn & Spa offers wonderful packages such as their “Annual Journey to the North Pole,” in which guests can enjoy an evening train ride through the White Mountains along with a bunch of elves and, of course, Santa himself.