Uptown to Upstate with the Surrey Hotel and Bedford Post Inn

Manhattan’s Surrey hotel has partnered with the Bedford Post Inn for Uptown to Upstate, a new three-night travel package that hosts guests at the Surrey on the Upper East Side for one night before whisking them north via luxury sedan to the Bedford Post Inn. Guests will return to the Surrey on the third day to spend their final night in the city. During their stay in Manhattan, guests can enjoy a bike ride through Central Park on the Surrey’s customized Bobbin bikes, a couple’s massage at the Surrey’s Cornelia Spa, and dinner at Café Boulud before being chauffeured upstate to the Bedford Post Inn, where unlimited yoga and an afternoon of wine and cheese tastings await. The Bedford Post Inn will also offer guests a chef’s tasting menu for two at either the Barn or the Farmhouse, its two on-site restaurants. This package is available from the beginning of March through the fall. (Call the Surrey at 888.419.0052 for pricing and reservations.)

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