For too many Americans, their de facto second home is an office, a car, or that one bear trap they keep falling for. Enjoy a home away from home away from home with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $179 for a one-night stay in the Greece, Jamaica, Ireland, Italy, or Kenya suite, with complimentary breakfast (a $358 value)
- $349 for a two-night stay in the Greece, Jamaica, Ireland, Italy, or Kenya suite, with complimentary breakfast and an optional cooking class (a $746 value)
- $191 for a one-night stay in the China, India, Morocco, Hollywood, or Mexico suite, with complimentary breakfast (a $399 value)
- $375 for a two-night stay in the China, India, Morocco, Hollywood, or Mexico suite, with complimentary breakfast and an optional cooking class (an $828 value)
All guests receive a $15 dining credit and a $10 massage credit. During the 45-minute cooking class, La Maison de Lucy’s resident chef teaches guests how to make classic French dishes. Guests will leave with one traditional recipe.
La Maison de Lucy
La Maison de Lucy is located in Florida’s bucolic panhandle region—just an hour from the Gulf Shore’s white-sand beaches. But the B&B can feel like it's far removed from Florida: each room has been decorated to represent one of 12 regions around the globe, from Morocco to Mexico and Ireland to India. The romantic Italy suite has Roman-inspired antiques and enophilic decor. There's a Bob Marley poster set against a lemon-yellow wall in the Jamaica suite. And black-lacquered furnishings, a framed print of Marilyn Monroe, and other glamorous touches add glitz to the Hollywood suite.
The small town of Alford is situated about an hour north of Panama City Beach. This inland region of the panhandle has deep caves where you can take daylong spelunking excursions, as well as underwater caverns for scuba diving in search of long-lost Little Mermaid 4 scripts. You can also hike to a 73-foot-tall waterfall—Florida's highest—at Falling Rivers State Park. Elsewhere in the park, there's a butterfly garden that showcases the state's colorful native insects.