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Melanie Nayer

Melanie Nayer

Posted: September 10, 2010 12:01 PM

There's something about fall that brings out the best in travelers. It's hard not to enjoy hayrides and ghost tours; pumpkin patches and apple picking; hot cider and hot toddies. Autumn means cozying up near the fireplace, breaking out the warm scarves and gloves, and of course, fall foliage.

From mid-September to early-November, nature knows no limits to the colors it bears. Reds, purples, golds and greens blend harmoniously to provide a backdrop worthy of postcard potential. From the tip of Maine to the Virgina mountains, the New England and mid-Atlantic states offer spectacular leaf-peeping opportunities for the nature lover. Every year, people flock to these areas to catch a glimpse of Mother Nature's splendor. But where to stay?

Whether you're into witches or just want to spend a lazy day in the warm springs, we've come up with the best hotels for fall foliage.

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Carter Notch Inn, Jackson, New Hampshire
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This wrap-around B&B boasts views at every corner. It's location in the White Mountains, near the Wildcat River, make it great for hiking.
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