Palmetto Bluffs River Road Preserve

Montage Palmetto Bluff, South Carolina

The east coast of South Carolina is a complex of miles and miles of bio-rich inlets, islands, estuaries, bays, and coastal forests. This is where you’ll find the Palmetto Bluff resort: 20,000 acres of pristine South Carolina “lowcountry” encompassing a nature preserve, walking trails, a marina, and ample opportunities to fish, golf, watch birds, swim, explore whimsical tree houses—anything, really.
Northwest Passage

Cruise the Newly Accessible Northwest Passage

Over the centuries, countless ships have been lost in the pursuit of a reliably navigable sea route between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Climate change, however, is broadening our options.

National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

This year’s categories are Nature, People, and Cities, and there are no limits on the number of entries (though there’s a $15 fee per photo).
Hamlets Castle Bed Chamber

Airbnb’s Latest: A Night in Hamlet’s Castle

The prize is worth your best effort even if you did hate high school English: A 7-course banquet for 300 partygoers dressed in Elizabethan attire, breakfast in the royal canopy bed, and the skull of poor Yorick on the nightstand.
The Inn at Brandywine Falls, Sagamore Hills Township, Ohio Summer

The Inn at Brandywine Falls, Sagamore Hills Township, Ohio

How different can small town, pastoral life look in two parts of the same country? Very different (ours is a big country). If Palmetto Bluffs is quintessentially Southern, then the Inn at Brandywine Falls, a mere 640 miles to the north, represents the Midwest impeccably.