Friday, September 28, 2012

B&B Friday (9/28/12)!


As per one follower's request, I thought the most appropriate way
to kick off my blog again is to start with a feature it was known for...
B&B Friday!

It has been so long since I've done one of these, I truly
had a ball snooping around for some gems to share with you.
Enjoy them!

1.
(Bar Harbor, ME)

"Coach Stop Inn, built c. 1804, is Bar Harbor's oldest inn, dating back to the presidency of Thomas Jefferson. You'll be sure to remember Deborah's attention to detail and you will find that the food is what you will be talking about for many years. Come see why 'Down East' magazine says Coach Stop Inn is 'Where to Stay in Bar Harbor.' Chef Owned/Operated - Featured on 'Emeril Live'."

Rates: $100-165

2.
(West Dover, VT)

"Enchanted by the summer's cool clear days, the autumn's brilliant colors and the winter’s quiet snowfall, the West Dover Inn brings to life the best of Vermont. Close to everything, yet far from anything, the inn is an ideal destination for a perfect New England vacation. Located only two miles from the base of Mount Snow, our home continues an important American tradition begun in 1846. Originally built as a stage coach stop and tavern, this inn has been lovingly restored and now provides 12 quiet, luxury accommodations as well as memorable dining in the 1846 Tavern and Restaurant."

Rates: $90-329

3.
(Stow, MA)

"Built in 1734 and located in scenic Stow, MA, our traditional B&B Inn is situated on three idyllic acres. Located 27 miles from Boston, we offer four bedrooms with private baths and modern amenities.... The blend of antiques and modern comfort, wide floor boards, cable TV/DVD players, and complimentary Wi-Fi welcome our guests. We serve a full English breakfast daily using organic and local produce wherever possible. Situated in apple country, convenient to Boston, Concord, and Sturbridge, the Amerscot House Inn is ideally located for the business traveler or vacationer."

Rates: $130-175

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It's beginning to look a lot like . . . 
HALLOWEEN!


Can you feel it in the air? Doesn't it smell a little sweeter?
The leaves... haven't they begun to curl and fade?
Have you seen any ghouls, or ghosts, or six-legged goblins?
I hope not!... At least, not yet. :-)


7 comments:

  1. Hi Erin, lovely B&B's. Have you checked out the Rabbithillinn in Vermont? We spent part of our honeymoon there and it was amazing.Hope we get to go back there again one day!

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  2. Oh my goodness, Erin! What yearnings for travel this post has given me! There is nothing like a B&B in New England, and I would dearly love to be able to take such a trip this fall. No chance, though.:(

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  3. Wonderful B&Bs! I love the traditional NE decorating with its early Colonial roots. The first B&B you have displayed is absolutely delightfully my favorite. Thanks for a lovely post! I hope to never see a 6-legged goblin!!

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  4. Yeahhhhhhh, Erin! Welcome back! So happy to see your post. I know you must have been busy. LOVED seeing all the B&Bs. Would like to stay at each!

    I KNOW how you love Halloween.

    Nice to see your post, Erin. Are you still in school? Susan

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  5. These are beautiful! Glad you're back to blogging...I've missed your posts!

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  6. Glad you visited my blog. I did not know you were back to blogging. I think you should blog about whatever you want. We can learn more about you that way.

    Great B&Bs. I think I would like to visit the first one. I love Maine, in fact, I am going to Kennebunkport and Portland in mid October.

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  7. Hi, a new follower . Nice to find you.

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Thanks for your thoughts!

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