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Cabin fever is real—and Chatham Bars Inn in Cape Cod has just the thing to help you get your clients out of the house and into having fun this winter. Who knew Cape Cod wasn’t just for the summer?

Around since 1914, the elegant and luxurious Chatham Bars Inn has rooms, shingle-style cottages and 12 adult-only spa suites perched above the spa. The latter have oversized hydrotherapy tubs, saunas, steam showers, and fireplaces—the perfect place to warm up (and get signature spa treatments) on a cold, snowy day.

They’ve also prepared an extensive menu of winter activities that will keep your clients happy and occupied during the long winter days (note: most will incur an extra charge, but the fun is well worth it). Spirits and wine take center stage during the Inn’s Mixology Classes held at the Chef’s Table on Fridays from Jan. 6 to March 23 and during their Wine Tastings, which include a global take on wines and are great for groups of up to 20. These are held most Thursdays between Jan. 5 to 30.

The foodies on your list will also love the Chatham Bars Inn Cooking School, available from Jan. 4 through March 29 on Wednesday evenings. These very interactive classes change weekly and include instruction, tastings and a fully-prepared family-style meal—they also offer themed classes to go along with holidays such as Valentine’s Day and Easter, among others. The Afternoon Tea is also a fave, accompanied by sandwiches, scones and all sorts of tea-friendly bites.

Chatham Bars Inn Invites Clients to Learn New Skills

If your clients are looking to keep sharp and learn new skills, Chatham Bars Inn obliges with an evening astronomy class that combines indoor and outdoor time as well as coffee, tea and deserts; the Cape Wildlife Nature Series, where a master naturalist will share rotating themes at the ocean-view boathouse (along with snacks, weekly from Jan. 21 – Feb. 25); the Sum E Calligraphy course for learning this beautiful art (Friday afternoons, also includes snacks); and the iPhone Photography Class so they can learn to best capture the world around them (Saturdays in March); among several others.

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