Celebrate a Destination Thanksgiving in the Beautiful Carolinas
Is this the year to Celebrate a Destination Thanksgiving with Your Significant Other or Friends or Family? Sometimes our traditional Thanksgiving Dinner at Moms, Grandma’s or best friends is sent into turmoil by life events beyond our control. If that has happened to you, or you just don’t want another Thanksgiving like last year, take control and make your own New Tradition – Thanksgiving at a small inn. This can become one of the favorite memories of your lifetime.
Innkeepers want to help and will do everything in their power to make this the best Thanksgiving ever. Take these three inns in the Carolinas, for example.
Three inns are offering specials that will make you want to celebrate a Destination Thanksgiving every year.
The Melange Bed and Breakfast, near Asheville, the Blue Ridge Parkway and Chimney Rock and in the small town of Hendersonville, is a beautiful 4-star historic resort offering an amazing dinner experience to couples. This small historic property, with it’s elegant landscape is often used by couples for intimate weddings. Reserve a candlelit Thanksgiving Dinner for Two during November 24-27th and receive two nights accommodations, a romantic candlelight Thanksgiving dinner served beside a marble fireplace with antique china, crystal and silverware, a “Breakfast for Lovers” each morning of your stay. The rate is $475 all inclusive.
Sea View Inn, is offering Thanksgiving at the Beach from its private island location between Charleston and Myrtle Beach on Pawleys Island. Watch the sea oats wave and enjoy the salt marsh on one side while the ocean is on the other. Pawleys Island is located between Charleston and Myrtle Beach. “Thanksgiving at the Beach” is offered from Nov. 24- Nov. 28th and is open to both couples and families. Three meals are served each day and a Thanksgiving Day Feast will provide you with the added bonus to make this a vacation of a lifetime. The innkeepers will take care of everything and there is no clean up! What a great way to celebrate with family. Four nights are required to qualify for this wonderful way to be thankful for your family.
And last but not least, the famous Balsam Mountain Inn, one of North Carolina’s most historic mountain inn, is offering another grand turn-of-the-century (20th) experience with its Thanksgiving Dinner Buffet. You’ll enjoy someone else cooking for you and the unparalleled beauty of mountain vistas and the inn’s 23 acres and seven natural springs, enticing trails and brisk mountain air. Reminesent of the leisurely resorts of days gone by the inn offers modern amenities, a full library and nature activities to please a family with many different interests.
All these inns are members of American Historic Inns and are featured on www.iloveinns.com.