Friday, August 6, 2010

B&B Friday (8/6/10)!


Merry Friday, all...


Here are your B&B's!:

1.
(New Marlborough, CT)

"Nestled in the old Berkshire village of New Marlborough, The Old Inn On The Green is surrounded by rolling fields and meadows. The Old Inn, once a stagecoach relay, offers authentically restored guest rooms, fine dining in intimate candle lit dining rooms and seasonal al fresco dining on the canopied garden terrace off the taproom.
Whether you are coming to the Berkshires for business or for pleasure, for dinner or for an overnight stay, come to the old Berkshire village of New Marlborough and find yourself at The Old Inn On The Green."

Rates: $198-395

2.
(Waldoboro, ME)

"Blue Skye Farm occupies 100 wooded acres of Mid-coast Maine on the road to the fishing port of Friendship. There are trails and tracks open all year for hiking or skiing and a large garden with ponds and streams for strolling or picnicking and it all provides a home to a multitude of birds and mammals. The house at Blue Skye is entirely at the disposal of the guests - the owners live in an adjacent cottage - and offers 5 bedrooms, kitchen, dining room and sitting room. There are fireplaces, four poster beds, a child's sleeping loft, books, games, music,wireless internet and beautiful views in every direction. While many friendships have been forged at Blue Skye, the hospitality of the house ensures guest privacy."

Rates: $95-165

3.
(Fitzwilliam, NH)

"Wouldn't it be nice if the journey to the Fitzwilliam Inn of 1796 was as easy as browsing our web page… Here is your opportunity for a truly unique and relaxing time travel experience. Our Inn provides comfortable private rooms with modern amenities and common living rooms which are both antiquated and inviting. We at the Fitzwilliam Inn are steeped in history and in New England’s natural beauty. All are embedded in a well loved richly Historic Building, Town, and Region!"

Rates: $115-160

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Enjoy the weekend!

4 comments:

  1. I think the first two inns look like my style. But I've heard that Fitzwilliam is the place for antiques. I must go there sometime!

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  2. They all have loads of character.

    Thank you for sharing,

    Carolyn

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  3. What a delight to open your post and see a very special Inn for my family!

    My parents were married in the church right next door to The Inn on the Green in New Marlborough, MA. (It's right near the line but still actually/technically in Massachusetts:))

    I can't tell you how pleased she was when I directed her to this blog. She has lived in the south for 36 years, but she'll always "heart New England" too.

    As for me, I love Bed and Breakfasts. I'll be back as well.

    Great to have found you!

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Thanks for your thoughts!

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