Distinctive Inns of New England is proud that five of its members have once again received their AAA Four Diamond Award for the 2010 year! Each year, 65 tourism editors evaluate over 58,000 hotels and restaurants. Of those, only about 3% are awarded the coveted Four Diamond Award. Join us in congratulating the following Distinctive Inns of New England members for receiving the AAA Four Diamond Award.
Captain’s House Inn of Chatham, Massachusetts – 24 years for lodging – Located in the picturesque seaside village of Chatham on Cape Cod prides itself on its sixteen sumptuously appointed guestrooms housed in a Greek revival style sea captains home built in 1839 coupled with exceptional service, gourmet breakfasts, and authentic English afternoon tea.
Rabbit Hill Inn of Lower Waterford, Vermont – 18 years for lodging and restaurant – Romantic Northern Vermont Bed and Breakfast Inn located in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. Rabbit Hill Inn is known for pampering their guests and always offers a special welcome hug from its owners, Brian and Leslie.
Inn at Thorn Hill in Jackson, New Hampshire – 12 years for lodging and 11 years for restaurant – 1895 Stanford White-inspired Inn is situated grandly on a knoll overlooking Jackson Village. Enjoy their award winning wine cellar or a visit to the spa.
Cliffside Inn of Newport, Rhode Island – 7 years for lodging – A luxury bed and breakfast located in Newport, the Cliffside Inn was the first Newport bed and breakfast to ever be awarded AAA Four Diamond status in Rhode Island.
Manor on Golden Pond, Holderness, New Hampshire – 13 years for lodging and restaurant – A lovely New England manor house overlooking Squam Lake. The Manor is an idyllic countryside getaway in southern New Hampshire.
Congratulations to everyone for a great job!
Rebecca, Quantum Hospitality