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Late Fall Getaways to Book Before the Holidays

Marie Claire Logo By Sara Holzman of Marie Claire | Slide 1 of 7: Editor's note: As we continue to practice social distancing, we encourage our readers to check the Center for Disease Control website for up-to-date information on how to safely travel.This year hasn't been kind to travel-adoring folks who used to spend the better part of their work weeks counting down the days until their next vacay. Large family vacations, exotic honeymoons, and trips to far-flung international locales may be put on hold, but there are still drivable destinations all over the U.S. serving up great mini escapes for couples and solo travelers that want a safe, accessible way to enjoy the remainder of the fall season. Don't sleep on quintessential summer destinations, like Montauk and Austin, that carry less crowds in late fall—embrace cozy inns that will tempt you to hibernate on the nature-filled grounds. Here, six November getaways to book now.

Editor's note: As we continue to practice social distancing, we encourage our readers to check the Center for Disease Control website for up-to-date information on how to safely travel.

This year hasn't been kind to travel-adoring folks who used to spend the better part of their work weeks counting down the days until their next vacay. Large family vacations, exotic honeymoons, and trips to far-flung international locales may be put on hold, but there are still drivable destinations all over the U.S. serving up great mini escapes for couples and solo travelers that want a safe, accessible way to enjoy the remainder of the fall season. Don't sleep on quintessential summer destinations, like Montauk and Austin, that carry less crowds in late fall—embrace cozy inns that will tempt you to hibernate on the nature-filled grounds. Here, six November getaways to book now.

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