Okemo Valley Inndulgence Tour
Inndulgence Tour is back for 2017!
Saturday Dec 2 and Sunday Dec 3, 2017 12am – 5pm.
Ten unique inns of the Okemo Valley region are partnering together for another inncredible weekend of welcoming locals and travelers to a self-guided two-day open house with festive food and drinks. Guests can see the innside of these country inns, delight in the holiday decorations, and taste the inndulgent treats each inn has to offer. Advance tickets are $15 per person and inncludes specialty foods and beverages. Many inns have cash bars too. Inns will have their gift shops open, offering local syrup, handmade pottery coffee mugs, Christmas ornaments, and an assorted list of Vermont-themed and Vermont-made products. Some inns will be holding raffles for gift baskets, but maybe most exciting is that any guest who travels to at least six inns over the two day period will be entered into a raffle for a free night at the inn of their choice. What a great Christmas gift you could give (to yourself even)! Tour visitors do not need to stay at an inn which makes this event particularly appealing to those of us who call Vermont our home.
Read below for more details on how to purchase tickets, but first check out this list of participating inns. We’re still updating this page with details of what each inn will be offering, so be sure to come back and read about all the delicious treats and exciting raffle prizes you could win at each inn.
- Echo Lake Inn
2 Dublin Rd, Ludlow. (802) 228-8602
At this historic inn, you’ll have your choice of hot soups. Cash bar available.
- The Pettigrew Inn (formerly Andrie Rose Inn)
13 Pleasant St, Ludlow. (802) 228-4846
You’ll enjoy seeing the changes that the new innkeeper has brought to The Pettigrew Inn.
- Castle Hill Resort & Spa
171 Castle Hill Drive, Cavendish. (802) 226-7361
Organic Butternut Squash & Grafton Cheddar Bisque along with a Double Crème Brulee. Cash bar available.
- Golden Stage Inn
399 Depot St, Proctorsville. (802) 226-7744
You’ll love our “Saturday Night Chocolate Cake” and dueling bottomless cookie jars. We promise not to overlook those who are gluten-free. We’ll also be raffling off jars of our own raw honey.
- Inn at Weathersfield
1342 VT-106, Perkinsville. (802) 263-9217
Enter through the 1792 kitchen, enjoy mulled cider and savory colonial treats, explore the holiday décor, tour the inn and cooking classroom in the old barn and enter their raffle. Cash bar available.
- Hartness House
30 Orchard Street, Springfield. (802) 885-2115
This magnificent property is offering hot chocolate and cider and a mix of sweet and savory treats. And they’ll be raffling a gift basket of Vermont products you’re sure to want! Cash bar available.
- Inn Victoria
321 Main St, Chester. (802) 875-4288
High Tea — Savor a lovely assortment of delicacies including savories, scones, sweets, chocolates, fruit and more than 50 different teas.
- Stone Hearth Inn and Tavern
698 VT-11, Chester. (802) 875-2525
At our historic Federal style inn of 1810, we’ll be serving sweet treats and raffling a gift basket filled with items from our inn and from Meditrina Wine and Cheese shop. Cash bar available.
- Blue Gentian Lodge
289 Magic Mountain Access Rd, Londonderry. (802) 824-5908
A sampling of Scandinavian treats awaits your arrival. Their Scherenschnitte Tree will be decorated with hand-cut paper ornaments and they will have a demonstration on how these paper ornaments are made.
- Inn at Weston
630 Main St, Weston. (802) 824-6789
Cash bar available.
Tickets are just $15 per person if purchased on or before Monday November 27. As of November 28, tickets become $20 per person. Please contact Julie at innkeeper@ goldenstageinn.com to reserve your tickets. Or stop by the Chamber of Commerce after November 14 to pick up your tickets.
For more information, visit our us on facebook page @InndulgenceTour or contact Julie-Lynn or Michael Wood at Golden Stage Inn, firstname.lastname@example.org or (802) 226-7744.
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