As we approach the July 4th holiday, thoughts tend to move toward BBQs and fireworks. Yet, better known as Independence Day, the innkeepers at Distinctive Inns of New England (DINE) like to also focus on the meaning of the holiday. While it’s morphed into a backyard family adventure with fire lit skies, the true meaning of the holiday focuses on a celebration of America’s independence.
This year, the Distinctive Inns of New England will dedicate this blog posting to all the different freedoms and independence that their guests will enjoy not only during the holiday but throughout the year in DINE country. Here’s to the many freedoms we have today, that so many of our forefathers before us have fought to preserve, and that the 11 DINE inns seek to preserve and provide for their guests.
The freedom to move about freely
The freedom to relax and simply be
As we approach the July 4th holiday weekend, remember that DINE inns celebrate your freedom to stay with them and to enjoy a grand red, white and blue welcome. There’s still availability throughout DINE country for the holiday weekend. Don’t forget to book directly when you make your reservations.
In Connecticut: Inn at Harbor Hill Marina in Niantic