The local way to DINE

When traveling throughout New England, choose a DINE member inn and you’ll find a building that tells a local story. You’ll enjoy an inn with historic significance where the owners went to great time and expense to preserve the neighborhood story and add everything from Victorian artifacts to contemporary finishes. One thing that you can be assured of, the Distinctive Inns of New England innkeepers have invested in the community labor force and regional economy to build and preserve the building for a one-of-a-kind accommodation.

Taking stock of what we're grateful for

Back in October, we blogged about taking time to notice the good things in life.  As we approach Thanksgiving, we like to think about all the things we’re greateful for in DINE country.   We’re thankful that our guests … Read more “Taking stock of what we're grateful for”

Soup’s on, come DINE

There's a winter nip in the air. The snow has fallen at one time or another throughout Northern and Southern New England. As temperatures fluctuate at this time of year, there's nothing better than a good old fashioned bowl of soup. Stay at the Captain's House Inn throughout the winter and you'll be treated to a complimentary steaming bowl of hot soup in the afternoon.

Getting down to the business of DINE

CliffsideSignTwice a year the members of Distinctive Inns of New England gather at one of the 11 New England member inns to discuss the business of creating memorable and romantic escapes and getaways.  Each of the member innkeepers are … Read more “Getting down to the business of DINE”