Jetsetter members receive 10 percent off spa treatments (must book appointments in advance)
Vinotherapy Spa at Stonehedge offers wine barrel soaks and Chardonnay salt glows
Indoor pool and Jacuzzi are great during the cooler months
Half of the inn’s rooms have private balconies overlooking gardens and woods
What To Know
40 miles north of Boston and five miles south of the New Hampshire border
The spa is open to customers not staying at the inn
Parking on site
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French manor charm in northeastern Massachusetts, with a locavore restaurant and a vinotherapy spa
This French country manor is just an hour’s drive north of Boston, in a leafy stretch of the Massachusetts–New Hampshire gateway to the White Mountains. Set between the Merrimack River and a country club, the Stonehedge specializes in wine-soaked relaxation. The on-site restaurant, the Left Bank, serves locavore fare, such as Maine lobster and Massachusetts bay scallops. Vinotherapy treatments in the marble spa use antioxidant- and vitamin-packed wine grapes, and the spa also offers a four-season pool, a steam room, and a private outdoor sundeck. The two-story building has 30 charming guestrooms and suites decked out in French country style that mixes floral patterns and rich wood furnishings with pops of Merlot and gold. Romantic upgrades include gas fireplaces and Jacuzzi tubs in select rooms; half of the inn’s rooms have private balconies overlooking gardens and woods.
In the Area
Immerse yourself in nature at Lowell-Dracut-Tyngsboro State Forest. The former site of a Native American village, the 1,140-acre park has hiking and biking trails though woods, and quiet ponds for fishing or kayaking. For farming the way it was meant to be, you can pick your own at nearby Parlee Farms. Strawberry and cherry season starts in June; blueberry season begins in July. August and September are about peaches, apple picking is prime in October, and pumpkins peak in October and November.