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Plan ahead to save on Northeast spring getaways

Cape May, New Jersey, lighthouse
Cape May, New Jersey, lighthouse
Randy Pertiet, flickr

While New Yorkers are hunkering down through another series of winter storms, hotels and inns across the Northeast are looking ahead to warmer spring weather. Many have begun offering early-bird specials for those eager to stroll small-town streets and outdoor attractions without fear of frostbite.

Here are some top Northeast getaways, with discounted rates into June:

• New Marlborough, Massachusetts: The Old Inn on the Green
Book by Feb. 10 to score two nights at this charming 18th-century inn set in the Berkshires, for travel through June 26. This $349 deal (reg. $830) includes a four-course fireside dinner for two as well as a three-course lunch and daily breakfast. The inn is a 1.5-hour drive from Albany and 2.5 hours from Boston and New York City.

• Old Saybrook, Connecticut: Saybrook Point Inn & Spa
This intimate waterfront resort is discounting rates by 50% through April. Set where the Connecticut River meets the Long Island Sound, the AAA 4-Diamond inn is including daily breakfast for two and 15% off spa treatments.

• Bradford, New Hampshire: Rosewood Country Inn
For arrivals through March and in May, guests can save 50% on a luxury suite with a fireplace. This two-night deal is loaded with perks, including a welcome bottle of wine, hors d’oeuvres, a three-course candlelit breakfast and Wi-Fi. Those who don’t want to wait till spring can hit the slopes during prime ski season dates.

• Cape May, New Jersey: The Carroll Villa Hotel
With options ranging from $79-$149 through June 12, this Italian-style villa is discounting regular rates by 50%. Stay at this national landmark hotel in Cape May, known as "the jewel of the Jersey Shore," and receive daily breakfast with mimosas plus tastings at two nearby wineries. Book by Feb. 9.

Check Travelzoo for more deals on getaways in the Northeast and across the country.

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