Secret Fall Foliage Bed and Breakfast Hideaways


Browse through our Secret Fall Hideaway Bed and Breakfast suggestions by region:

Mid-Atlantic Region
New England Region
West/Mountain Region

Enjoy the Fall Colors at a Bed and Breakfast or Country Inn

Fall foliage tours make the perfect romantic or family getaway as you share nature's splendor with those you love most. Fall colors, with their bright reds, yellows and golds, have been inspiring humanity for centuries.

Explore breathtaking New England fall-foliage areas, boasting of sprawling old oak trees and picturesque covered bridges. First-rate bed and breakfasts and country inns are at every turn in Vermont, Rhode Island, New York, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine and Connecticut. Innkeepers give it their all to attend to your every need.

The Mid-Alantic's region, including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware, Maryland and North Carolina, offer old-world charm and a plethora of historical sites for your enjoyment and education.

"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower."
~Albert Camus

If you're in for a visit to the South, Midwest, and West, there are numerous fall foliage spots in Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, Colorado, California and a handful of other states within the regions.

Taos Bed and Breakfasts

Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast

Albuquerque Bed and breakfast

Estes Park Bed and Breakfast

Why do trees lose their leaves?

  • The largest factor in why leaves change color in the Autumn is photoperiodism, the length of day and night. As the nights get longer in Autumn, the process of senescence becomes apparent through color change and the falling of leaves, leading the tree into winter dormancy.
  • Bright sunlight is essential for the production of red (anthocyanin) pigment in the fall leaves: if a black mask is placed on part of a leaf before it turns red, the part of the leaf under the mask will turn yellow while the exposed part will turn red.
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