The pandemic put a kibosh on travel, and we all know the relief among travelers once they felt free to roam once again. While Covid still remains a concern among travelers, the Distinctive Inns of New England (DINE) will testify … Read more
As we continue to hear about record breaking Covid outbreaks, each of the Distinctive Inns of New England (DINE) innkeepers hope that their guests can stay safe. While the holiday shopping tradition is among the most prized customs for many, … Read more
In the second of our Fall In Love series of packages from the Distinctive Inns of New England (DINE), this week we explore options for finding love in all the right places at DINE inns in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. … Read more
For many, the dog days of summer refer to the end of summer when weather is warm and travelers scurry to fit in last minute getaways. Perhaps that means for Distinctive Inns of New England (DINE) innkeepers they work like … Read more
We know that travelers are looking for the best deals they can find. Today’s Distinctive Inns of New England (DINE) blog is dedicated to helping you navigate the offers and specials from the 11 DINE inns that DistinctiveInns.com offers. While … Read more
We’ve been writing about New England honeymoons and romantic getaways in this series on the Distinctive Inns of New England blog. But what happens when there’s not time for the whole honeymoon? More and more often we’re seeing a trend … Read more
Love makes the world go round, according to the popular saying. It certainly makes it rounds on the Internet as #love is the most popular hashtag for 2016, according to both the Today Show and Shortstack.com. How interesting that after … Read more
It may still be spring, but summer travel is increasingly on everyone’s minds. With lower gas prices and warmer temps already underway in the six New England states, travelers are looking toward New England summer vacations. The 12 Distinctive Inns … Read more
The famed Dr. Seuss, children’s book author and wisdom guru, would have celebrated his 112th Birthday this week. Few people have left such indelible wisdom as has he, bringing such simple yet meaningful acumen to life’s challenges and highlights. … Read more
Let’s face it, there’s nothing fun about taxes. Tax time can be a stressful time for most people. Perhaps that’s why April has been named Stress Awareness Month. But there’s a pay-off that comes in the middle of the month. … Read more
As about 80-million people along the Eastern Seaboard are hunkering down for winter storm Jonas, the 2016 blizzard of the century, all we can think of here in DINE country is comfort food. Storms seem to rev the inner-chef in … Read more
Something like 95-percent of Americans make resolutions at the beginning of the new year. And something like 95-percent of that 95-percent don’t make it past the first month in fulfilling those resolutions. The 12 members of Distinctive Inns of New … 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
As we approach February, there’s just one thing on the minds of Distinctive Inns of New England (DINE) innkeepers’ minds: romance. While every month romance reigns at the 11 Distinctive Inns of New England, but with Valentine’s Day in … Read more
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.
At a recent meeting of the eleven Distinctive Inns of New England, members made their own resolutions. Their promise was to offer a respite to groups like clergy, farmers, heath care professionals, emergency responders and our military. Throughout 2014, DINE inns have resolved to honor groups of people who are not often recognized.