It may still be cold and stormy, but now is the perfect time to get a jump start on making spring travel arrangements. And if it’s been a while since you and your crew of besties have gotten together, consider a girls’ weekend getaway as the perfect way to catch up and make new memories! Groupon Getaways has amazing girlfriend getaways your entire wolf-ette pack will love at unbelievable prices with Cash Back at Ebates. We’ve picked seven charming lodgings to give you some girls’ getaway ideas and priced them per person based on a group of four fabulous BFFs.
Seascape Resort Condos occupy a quiet stretch of Galveston Island’s western shores. They’re surrounded by palm trees, rolling sand dunes, and the Gulf of Mexico. Popular pursuits here include kayaking, golfing, parasailing, shopping, and taking wildlife-viewing tours.
A barrier island west of Sarasota, Siesta Key is sandwiched between Little Sarasota Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Siesta Key Bungalows sit along the banks of Heron Lagoon, a narrow waterway in the middle of the mangrove-lined island. It’s a secluded spot where you can fish for snook and redfish from a private dock. Tucked away as it is, the property is still just a short drive from the popular Siesta Beach.
In North Carolina in the late 1880s, if you had an ailment you were looking to cure, you might have wound up at Thompson’s Bromine and Arsenic Springs. The natural mineral springs, nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, were thought to cure an array of conditions from poison ivy to indigestion. Since 1887, a hotel has stood on the property to cater to visitors—today, The Cabins at Healing Springs carries on the tradition.
With this Getaway, you’ll stay in an upscale villa in Palm Springs. Perfect for a weekend of shopping, spa treatments, and enjoying the culinary mastery of nearby upscale restaurants and bistros. Two-bedroom units accommodate 4–8 guests and feature a sunlit, outdoor pool with views of Mount San Jacinto.
Outdoor adventure awaits! Just two blocks from the town of Grand Lake, Daven Haven Lodge’s cabins are convenient to hiking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing in Rocky Mountain National Park. Each of the cabins has a unique layout, but all feature fully stocked kitchens, clean linens, and furnished patios.
The Guadalupe River flows just outside the naturalistic lodgings of Guadalupe River Houses, a cluster of private homes, log-cabin-style tree houses, and stylish suites near some of New Braunfels’ most popular attractions. You can spend your days fishing for bass and sunfish on Lake Dunlap, dining on authentic German cuisine in downtown New Braunfels, or exploring nearby Texas Hill Country.
Built in 1906, the recently renovated English Inn sits on 1.5 acres of well-tended lawns and gardens. Though you’ll be just a short stroll from the beach and near a path that leads to downtown, the estate is set in a quiet residential area that has a cozy, tucked-away-in-the-country feel–perfect for the low-key group who loves to watch movies and play board games after a long day of sightseeing.
Which one of these destinations would suit your #squadgoals this spring? Let us know in the comments below!
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