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Mayflower Inn & Spa Auberge

Mayflower Inn & Spa Auberge
Located in the idyllic town of Washington in Connecticut, Mayflower Inn & Spa is an exquisite country retreat, nestled in 58 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens and woodland. Just two hours’ drive from New York City, it is renowned as one of northeast America’s most distinguished luxury hideaways. Memories are made easily when you stay at our boutique hotel in Litchfield County, a portal to a simpler time, where the definitive measure of the good life is in soul-stirring moments rooted in the idyllic countryside
Nestled into rolling farmland and surrounded by 3,000 acres of nature preserve, this boutique hotel and spa offers a forest bathing walk. Guides take guests on a two-hour walk and encourage them to connect with nature through all of the senses. On the return trip, guests are invited to join a silent, walking meditation and, at the end, to share their experiences with the group.

This Venue has no scheduled walks.

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Washington, CT, USA

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