I'm trying to make plans for a fall trip to view fall foliage in the Northeast. I'm using frequent flyer miles and the best destination I could get was Portland, Maine. I figure I can drive wherever the foliage is best once I get there. My question is how do you plan your lodging for a fall foliage trip if you don't want to stay in hotel chains. All the guidebooks say book your lodging early, but what happens if I book northern Vermont trip and the peak foliage is in Connecticutt at the time? My sister recommends booking a hotel chain stay so that I can cancel it and then booking a bed and breakfast stay closer to my trip. I just wonder what the availability is going to be at the time that I determine the location of the peak foliage at the time of my trip.
Lodging for fall foliage
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