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
- $379 for a two-night stay in a standard room with a $125 spa credit, valid Monday–Thursday (up to a $775 value)
- $429 for a two-night stay in a standard room with a $125 spa credit, valid Friday–Sunday (up to an $875 value)
- $499 for a two-night stay in the Panther suite with a $125 spa credit, valid Monday–Thursday (up to a $975 value)
- $529 for a two-night stay in the Panther suite with a $125 spa credit, valid Friday–Sunday (up to a $1,075 value)
Each room accommodates two guests, and daily complimentary breakfast is included with each stay. Standard rooms include the Red room, in which guests curl up in white linens amid an exposed stone accent wall and an intricately carved wooden headboard, and the Tapestry room, whose long, plush bench lounges by a dark wood bed. Carvings and paintings of wildcats accent the cream-and-mocha palette of the Panther suite, which hosts a writing desk, sofa, sprawling bed, and bathroom with a two-person sink set into granite.
Parma in Little Washington
Parma in Little Washington nestles into the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia's Rappahannock County, located about an hour from Washington, DC. There are just three guest rooms at the inn, all but ensuring a peaceful, secluded stay in the country. Each of the rooms—one of which is a sprawling suite—contains Old-World antiques, velvet brocade, and gilded mirrors, as well as some contemporary pieces. Satins and rich fabrics enrich the rooms with a sense of luxury, balanced by potted flowers and furniture upholstered in simple yet elegant leafy patterns. Innkeeper Anne Merrigan—a Cordon Bleu–educated cook—taps into her experience planning galas for the Embassy of Oman to ensure the inn maintains a soft serenity akin to a mountaintop cabin lined with cotton balls.
That tranquility forms an ideal backdrop for guests to boost their well-being at the resort’s holistic spa. Foremost among the experienced staff is Dr. Thara Kodandaramachandra, a native of Bangalore, India, and a board-certified alternative-medicine practitioner. Dr. Kodandaramachandra has more than 10 years of experience teaching and practicing ayurvedic medicine. Many of the treatments administered at the spa incorporate wild herbs, mineral-rich clays, and other locally sourced ingredients.