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Best Vacations for Book Lovers


If your idea of a great way to unwind includes books, plan a vacation based on your love of reading. Instead of curling up on your couch after visiting the local library or bookstore, consider traveling to one of these vacation destinations for bibliophiles.

The Library Hotel (New York)

The Library Hotel on Madison Avenue near Grand Central Station is exactly what it sounds like. The boutique hotel for book lovers features a Dewey Decimal System setup, with each floor dedicated to one of the system’s main categories. The guest rooms have book collections and art that reflect a specific topic, so you can choose your room based on your literary interests. The hotel has more than 6,000 books overall, which guests are welcome to peruse, as well as a Reading Room that offers free coffee, tea and snacks.

Book reading in the nature

The Stonehurst Manor (North Conway, NH)

For a quiet retreat in a scenic setting, plan a stay at Stonehurst Manor in North Conway, NH. The resort, which is nestled in the White Mountains, offers spectacular views and relaxing accommodations. Bring some books along and settle into a cozy chair near the fireplace in the hotel’s library lounge, or get comfortable in an Adirondack chair overlooking the mountains while you read. The Stonehurst Manor also features a beautiful gazebo that’s perfect for reading and enjoying the fresh mountain air.

Sedbergh, England

Plan a trip across the Atlantic, and you’ll be able to vacation near an entire area dedicated to books. Sedbergh, UK, a small town in Cumbria, features a section called Book Town. This area is made up of several antique and secondhand book dealers, as well as other businesses involved in the writing and publishing industries. While visitors can’t stay right in Book Town, there are several places to stay nearby, including bed and breakfasts, self-catering accommodations and even camping and caravan sites.

Sylvia Beach Hotel (Newport, OR)

The Sylvia Beach Hotel in Newport, OR, sits at the top of a 45-foot bluff overlooking the sea. In addition to the romantic setting, which is perfect for curling up with a book on a foggy day, the hotel features themed rooms based on several well-known authors. Whether you’re a fan of J.K. Rowling, Agatha Christie, J.R.R. Tolkien, Mark Twain, Oscar Wilde, Shakespeare or Dr. Seuss, there’s a room available to suit your literary tastes. There’s also a huge library filled with comfortable chairs on the third floor.

Las Ventanas al Paraiso (Los Cabos, Mexico)

For a tropical beachside retreat, book a stay at Las Ventanas al Paraiso in Los Cabos, Mexico. This Five-Diamond Rosewood Resort offers a number of perks, including infinity-edge swimming pools, telescopes for viewing the stars and in-suite aromatherapy. They’re also known for introducing innovative services, such as their Hot Type program, which allows guests to get their hands on advanced copies of novels weeks or even months before they’re officially released.

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