Short “town & country” jaunts are a great recipe for unforgettable memories—plus it’s an opportunity for your clients to “taste test” different properties and destinations for future longer stays. Below is a roundup of luxury options in the U.S. and abroad:

Shou Sugi Ban House—the Hamptons’ first wellness retreat—has teamed up with New York City’s The Lowell. Now through November, your clients can mix a few days of local immersion in The Lowell’s apartment-like rooms and suites with a few days of spa treatments and sound baths at Shou Sugi Ban House’s five-acre, wabi-sabi-inspired private sanctuary in the Hamptons. The Indulge and Retreat package combines at least two nights at each property linked by a private Tesla ride between them.

For more information, please visit thelowell.com.

On the Pacific Coast, the City Mountains Package combines two nights at the Mansion on Sutter, a luxury boutique hotel in heart of San Francisco. Then it’s off to Oakhurst in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountain range for a two-night stay at Chateau du Sureau, a Relais and Chateaux property located at the gateway to Yosemite National Park. Spread across nine acres, this property is the only luxury lodging near the park. The package includes breakfast daily and specialty welcome amenities.

For more information, please visit chateausureau.com.

Belmond’s Italian Town & Country package combines Castello di Casole, A Belmond Hotel—located among vineyards and olive groves in the Tuscan countryside—and Villa San Michele, A Belmond Hotel, in the town of Fiesole right outside of Florence. The four-night package is available in any combination between the two properties as well as daily breakfast and a private transfer. New this year, Belmond has launched an art exhibition series with Galleria Continua with installations at both properties.

For more information, please visit belmond.com.

In the UK, Belmond’s Town & Country Great Britain edition includes two nights at The Cadogan, A Belmond Hotel—the brand’s first London address with private access to the Cadogan Estate Gardens—and one night at Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons, a 15th-century manor in the English countryside. The one-and-a-half-hour limousine transfer from London to Oxfordshire is followed by dinner for two at Le Manoir’s two-Michelin-star restaurant by Raymond Blanc.

For more information, please visit belmond.com.