Best Winter Lodges

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Across the U.S. and Canada, classic winter lodges that make for luxurious, snowy escapes from the 21st century.

Canoe Bay, WI

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Think of Canoe Bay in the Wisconsin woods as a mid-century modern winter getaway, with the luxurious touches you’d expect from a Relais & Chateaux property. There are just a handful of cottages and rooms (and a single villa) done in glass, oak, and cedar by a disciple of Frank Lloyd Wright. Cocoon yourself in rooms with double whirlpools, river-rock fireplaces, and views of Lake Wahdoon. If you’re the energetic type, go snowshoeing on the 280-acre property before an in-room massage. Breakfast is delivered to your door and dinner is by candlelight. —Everett Potter

Best Winter Lodges

Canoe Bay, WI

Think of Canoe Bay in the Wisconsin woods as a mid-century modern winter getaway, with the luxurious touches you’d expect from a Relais & Chateaux property. There are just a handful of cottages and rooms (and a single villa) done in glass, oak, and cedar by a disciple of Frank Lloyd Wright. Cocoon yourself in rooms with double whirlpools, river-rock fireplaces, and views of Lake Wahdoon. If you’re the energetic type, go snowshoeing on the 280-acre property before an in-room massage. Breakfast is delivered to your door and dinner is by candlelight. —Everett Potter

Courtesy of Canoe Bay
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