Throughout last spring, we introduced the innkeeper owners of each of the Distinctive Inns of New England one by one on the DINE blog. Knowing that the people behind the 11 inns that make up DINE are such an important part of the experience, we wanted our DINE blog readers to get to know a little more about each member. After all, when it comes to entrusting your romantic getaway to an expert, it helps to know a little bit about their qualifications! Since our Meet the Innkeepers blog series last spring and summer, Erik and Sarah Lindblom of the Captain Jefferds Inn have joined the group. Thus, here’s your chance to learn a little more about them!
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.
This week we are continuing our series on getting up-close-and-personal with the Distinctive Inns of New England (DINE) innkeepers. We hear over and over that it’s the people that make the difference between a hotel stay and a B&B stay. … Read more
Whether it’s the first time around or the second or third, once you’ve tied the knot it’s time for the fun to really begin. Leave the family and friends behind and focus on each other with an amazing honeymoon getaway … Read more
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
Christmas in Maine is a very special thing, and at the top of the list of things to do and see is the Camden Christmas by the Sea. This is the 24th Annual Christmas Festival, a weekend celebration of … Read more
Flashback to at least seven generations before us in a walk through Historic Deerfield located in the 330-year-old New England Town of Deerfield, Massachusetts. Back in the 1930’s, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Flynt migrated to the small town wishing to … Read more
Many people often wonder the difference between bed and breakfasts, country inns, and historic inns. One kind of bed and breakfast, known as a homestay, is usually a private home with just a few rooms and offers a simple breakfast … Read more