(WTNH) — Kim Knox Beckius, Contributing Editor of Yankee Magazine shares some of the great features in the magazine that spotlight Connecticut.

Chester, CT (featured in the issue’s Travel Guide section) as a featured destination and what is has to offer: the setting, social scene, restaurants, shopping, and more

The antique-centric Woodbury, CT is highlighted in the “Hidden New England” cover story, which offers readers six under-the-radar travel destinations that are certain to become favorites once experienced. Woodbury is known for its colonial homes, rich history & museums, and many antique shops. For lodging, Yankee recommends the Curtis House Inn, one of CT’s oldest lodging and a member of Haunted Connecticut Tours.

Other destinations in “Hidden New England” include: Caspian Lake in Greensboro, VT, the coastal town of Westport, MA, the charming lobster fleet town of Vinalhaven, ME, small town life at its best at Eaton Center, NH, and the fishing town of Galilee, RI.

Based in Dublin, New Hampshire, “Yankee: New England’s Magazine” was founded in 1935 and is the iconic American magazine covering the finest that New England has to offer. Covering classic New England travel destinations, food traditions and home and lifestyle stories with stunning photography and artwork, Yankee has featured many notable American writers in its pages such as Robert Frost, John Updike and Stephen King. With a total circulation of nearly 300,000 and a total audience of 1.8 million readers, the magazine is published by Yankee Publishing Inc. (YPI), a family-owned, independent company. YPI also owns the nation’s oldest continuously produced periodical, The Old Farmer’s Almanac, and McLean Communications. More information about Yankee is available at: www.YankeeMagazine.com/press