Stay 3 Nights, Get 30% Off at Woodstock Inn & Resort for Memorial Day Weekend

Kick-off summer’s unofficial arrival with a Memorial Day Weekend holiday at the Woodstock Inn & Resort in Woodstock, Vermont, with its Three 4 Thirty package which includes:

  • 30% off three nights in luxurious accommodations
  • Access to Billings Farm & Museum, a working dairy farm which offers interactive programs that promote Vermont agriculture
  • Access of the Racquet & Fitness Club

Rates start at $252 per night. The special is valid on three night stays between 5/24/12 to 5/28/12.

The resort features 142 distinctive guest rooms outfitted in classic Vermont style with modern touches, four restaurants, The Spa at Woodstock Inn & Resort and an 18-hole golf course with picturesque views from nearly every green.

Beyond the resort, visitors can have a guided tour at the mansion and gardens at Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park, which open Memorial Day Weekend, as well as visit Billings Farm & Museum which is celebrating its 30th season. Weekend festivities include the Cheese & Dairy Celebration which pays homage to Vermont’s distinctive dairy heritage with a weekend of sampling delicious Vermont cheese and meeting local dairy farmers while providing a hands-on experience to make cheese, ice cream and butter.

Travelers will appreciate the abundance of culturally rich activities in and around Woodstock filled with antique shops, art galleries, boutiques, restaurants, specialty food markets and more. Guests can enjoy day trips to nearby points of interest such as Calvin Coolidge’s birthplace in Plymouth or the spectacular Quechee Gorge, also known as Vermont’s “Little Grand Canyon.” For those who want to explore the great outdoors there’s hiking, biking, tennis and more.

For more information visit http://woodstockinn.com/Specials-Packages or call 1.800.448.7900.

For more travel features, visit:

www.travelwritersmagazine.com/TravelFeaturesSyndicate

www.examiner.com/eclectic-travel-in-national/karen-rubin

 

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