Brexit implies closer to home summer getaways to DINE country

The Sun, Brexit voteUp until today, the looming Brexit vote was more or less an abstraction for American travelers.  Many thought of it as a preoccupation for those across the pond, but not anything we here in the states would need to worry about.  Fast forward to midnight today when it was finally determined that the people of Great Britain would leave the European Union, and suddenly, their vote hit home.  How does the outcome of Brexit impact travel this summer?  We at Distinctive Inns of New England (DINE) think that until the dust settles travelers might want to consider staying on this side of the pond.  And when it comes to the sizzling summer getaway that is long overdue, there’s no better choice to escape all the political and economic turmoil created by a Presidential election coupled with Brexit, than a romantic getaway to one of the 12 Distinctive Inns of New England.

Three reasons to stay closer to home & choose DINE inns this summer

  1. DINE Vacations will add years to your life.

As we watch stock markets fluctuate, we can’t help but consider our own portfolios.  Yet, travel is as necessary over the summer as food and water.  According to John Tesh, pundit of Intelligence for Your Life, you can cut your chronic stress by 30-percent just by taking one three-day weekend a month. He tells readers, “One study found that workers who took just one Monday or Friday off a month reduced their anxiety-related health problems like headaches, muscle tension, and blood pressure. In fact, just one extra day off a month can improve your health enough to add 8 years to your life.”  And when it comes to cutting the stress of travel, consider a drive-to getaway.  The 12 Distinctive Inns of New England are within a one-tank getaway of nearly every state in New England.  Forget the hassle and headaches of airline travel and long TSA lines, jump in the car and head to any of the 12 DINE inns and leave all the economic woes behind.

  1. Unplug from the din at DINE inns

Between the impact of Brexit, terrorism, congressional sit-ins, and the sparring political candidates, Americans are besieged by news stories which individually are enough to send us over the edge.  Add them all together, and it’s no wonder we just want to escape.  From the moment you enter one of the 12 Distinctive Inns of New England a sense of “ahhhhh” sets in from head to toe.  Within an hour, the din of worry is behind you and all that matters are rest, relaxation and romance. After all, aren’t these the ingredients in life that really matter?

  1. DINE getaways are filled with value

With Great Britain leaving the European Union, all eyes are on the impact it will have on global economies, most importantly our own.  Overnight the value of the British pound has plummeted, and it will be weeks…perhaps months…before the stock market settles down.  Travelers will be seeking value from their vacations this summer as vacation funds may grow dear.  No getaway is more filled with value than one to an inn or B&B.  With all the extras – from afternoon teas and refreshments to gourmet breakfasts and plenty of beverages and extras in-between, not to mention free parking, free wi-fi access and all that haute hospitality, DINE getaways offer huge value.  In a story on this blog a few years ago, we revealed how a DINE getaway can save travelers well over $200 on a romantic escape.

sun chairs at Inn at Harbor Hill MarinaThis is the summer of value travel, and the 12 Distinctive Inns of New England offer just the escape you need from the ways of the world right now. The only thing missing in this picture is you.

Learn more about the 12 Distinctive Inns of New England by clicking below on links that will take you directly to each of their websites where the adventure begins.  Better yet, visit them in person when it’s time for you to escape the din of the world.

In Massachusetts:  Harbor Light Inn in Marblehead, Gateways Inn & Restaurant in Lenox, Deerfield Inn in Historic Deerfield and Captain’s House Inn in Chatham on Cape Cod.

In Vermont:  Rabbit Hill Inn in Lower Waterford & Grafton Inn in Grafton

In Maine:  Captain Jefferds Inn in Kennebunkport & Camden Maine Stay Inn in Camden

In New Hampshire:  Manor on Golden Pond in Holderness & Chesterfield Inn in West Chesterfield

In Rhode Island: Cliffside Inn in Newport

In Connecticut: Inn at Harbor Hill Marina in Niantic.