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Here are the top ten articles for the Luxury Travel Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Manoir Hovey – Luxury near Montreal
We came to Manoir Hovey, in the beautiful green Eastern Townships of Quebec, for a relaxing break and fine dining. We didn’t expect box seats to a spectacular show, too.

2. Slope-side Luxury in Quebec’s Eastern Townships
Facing the ski trails of Bromont, near the Vermont border about an hour south of Montreal, Hotel Chateau-Bromont is perfectly located for a winter vacation, whether you ski or not.

3. Luxury Living at Blythswood Square in Glasgow
If I were handing out prizes for the best hotel concierge I’ve met, David at Blythswood Square Hotel would be in the top contenders. He was everywhere, thinking of everything before we did. But that was typical of this charming hotel in the heart of Glasgow.

4. Little Luxuries on Canada’s Grand Manan Island
Charming inns, scones and cream at tea-time overlooking the sea, fresh-caught seafood, and stunning sunset views are all part of a New Brunswick island getaway.

5. Christmas Farm Inn - Warm Welcome in New Hampshire
Without overdoing the Yuletide theme, Christmas Farm Inn keeps the holiday spirit year round, celebrating the simple joys of life each day. Spacious guest rooms and fine country dining welcome guests in all seasons.

6. Hebridean Princess - Luxury in the Scottish Isles
With the Royal Yacht Britannia now retired, when Queen Elizabeth II wishes to sail around the north coast of her realm or throw a birthday party for the whole royal family, she chooses the five-star Hebridean Princess. After a week on board, we could easily understand why.

7. Valencia Spain’s Colorful Festival of Las Fallas
Perhaps the world’s most colorful festival, and certainly its noisiest, Las Fallas in the Spanish port of Valencia is a celebration that has to be experienced to understand its appeal.

8. Simple Miramichi Luxuries at O’Donnell’s Cottages
When I need to get away from the cities where I spend so much of my time, I think of the magical, mystical Miramichi, deep in the interior forests of New Brunswick. Specifically, I think of a log cabin beside that famed fishing river, at O’Donnell’s.

9. Hotel Indigo - Luxury in Boston's Burbs
Just off an I-95 exit in the Boston burbs might not be a place you'd look to find a luxury hotel with an outstanding restaurant, but that's where we found both, at the Hotel Indigo in Newton.

10. San Lucas Toliman – A Guatemalan Success Story
Those of us who can afford to travel, can afford to give back. And those of us who enjoy the many rewards of travel in developing countries know just how important it is that we do.



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