Each February, from coast to coast we celebrate American Heart Month. It’s a time when by Americans are encouraged to adopt healthy lifestyles to prevent heart disease. Focusing on your heart health is so important now more than ever. People … Read more
January is resolution month. And the Distinctive Inns of New England (DINE) have solutions for your resolutions. We’re willing to bet that at least one of your resolutions has to do with more travel, more adventure or perhaps more romance. … Read more
New Year’s Eve is a time for celebrating old and new acquaintances and creating memories to never forget them. There’s no place better than one of the 12 Distinctive Inns of New England (DINE) to ring in the new year … Read more
February is for lovers. February is also for lovers of food. And for those who love love and food, this blog post is for you! Ask anyone what they’re doing for Valentine’s Day, and at least 50-percent will respond that … Read more
With gas prices at a 12-year low for July 4th weekend, AAA says that 44.2 million Americans are expected to travel 50 miles or more from home, with the vast majority on the road via car or motorcycle travel … Read more
We must admit, our inspiration for this blog posting came from a segment on the TODAY Show where Matt Lauer shared pet peeves from wait staff about the most annoying customer behavior. Being in the business of taking care of … Read more
With 12 distinctive inns, we’re going to have to split our blog posting about what’s new at our New England inns into two parts. Each of our romantic New England inns has a new feature or one that changes so … Read more
Oh baby, it’s cold outside. And this winter there have been days after a new snowfall when it’s wonderful to be outside, walking through the woods beneath new snowfall. Other times, it’s just too cold. The 12 Distinctive Inns of … Read more
I scream you scream we all scream for ice cream especially in July as the country celebrates National Ice Cream month. Throughout DINE country guests of the 11 Distinctive Inns of New England are enjoying the sweet life with some cool creamy treats. From ice cream tours to homemade ice cream served for dinner, you’ll find scrumptious ice cream treats on the breakfast and dinner table at DINE inns.
Last week we introduced some of the themed packages offered by the 11 Distinctive Inns of New England, focusing on romantic getaways and weekend retreats. Because we all know the way to your loved ones’ heart is through their stomach, we’ll focus on some of the fabulous culinary vacations and wonderful foodie experiences at DINE Inns.
Rejoice Katniss and Peeta. While the Capital might have its version of the Hunger Games, our ten districts are dedicated to insuring that hunger is as far from its guests and the community’s mind as survival is at the forefront … Read more
Let’s face it. For most of us flowers and chocolates are overdone on Valentine’s Day. The way to really impress your Valentine is through romantic experiences at New England inns. After all, actions speak louder than words. For those with … Read more
Now that summer is in full swing, it’s time for summer entertaining. Looking for some perfect recipes to heat up your BBQ’s? Try these out for size, compliments of innkeepers from Distinctive Inns of New England.
For another great Fall Getaway, how about a trip to Old Deerfield, Massachusetts? This quaint town has been preserved for all time with many historic homes available for viewing along with a great museum complete with a wonderful museum store. … Read more
For all boaters and lovers of things nautical, here is a New England Getaway that should not be missed. From September 16th to the 19th, Newport, Rhode Island becomes the center of the yacht world with the … Read more
For those of you who like modern, contemporary art, here is a museum visit that you should definitely schedule this summer or fall. Like MOMA, its larger counterpart in New York City, the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (“MoCA”) is … Read more
As soon as Jim & Ibby Cooper crossed the covered bridge to Jackson, New Hampshire, and saw the Inn at Thorn Hill, they knew they wanted to buy it. Hospitality is in Jim’s blood, being from a family in the … Read more