Best Romantic Winter Getaways
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Best Romantic Winter Getaways

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Courtesy of Auberge Saint-Antoine

Choose your romantic getaway for two, from an intimate, affordable nook up in the trees to a wilderness camp at the very end of the earth.

Dig Into the Past in Quebec City

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You don’t have to dig very deep to become convinced that Quebec City is the most romantic city in North America—and Auberge Saint-Antoine (doubles from $185 to $977 per night) its most intriguing hotel. On the shores of the St. Lawrence River, this 82-room hotel unearthed more than 5,000 artifacts dating back to the 17th century during a recent renovation. Today hundreds of finds, from cannons to blue delft china, accent this past-meets-present property decorated with both antiques and contemporary furniture. When you’re hungry, just head downstairs to the Panache Restaurant in a barnlike room for Québécois specialties like tender venison rib or hare with yellow beets cooked en cocotte. —Crai Bower

Best Romantic Winter Getaways

Dig Into the Past in Quebec City

You don’t have to dig very deep to become convinced that Quebec City is the most romantic city in North America—and Auberge Saint-Antoine (doubles from $185 to $977 per night) its most intriguing hotel. On the shores of the St. Lawrence River, this 82-room hotel unearthed more than 5,000 artifacts dating back to the 17th century during a recent renovation. Today hundreds of finds, from cannons to blue delft china, accent this past-meets-present property decorated with both antiques and contemporary furniture. When you’re hungry, just head downstairs to the Panache Restaurant in a barnlike room for Québécois specialties like tender venison rib or hare with yellow beets cooked en cocotte. —Crai Bower

Courtesy of Auberge Saint-Antoine
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