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Herb, Food & Beer Tour

Date/Time

Jun 6, 2014 to Jun 8, 2014
02:00 PM

Description

This package is part of the Country Inns in the White Mountains Herb, Food and Beer Tour. 

Over twp days enjoy a self-guided tour that celebrates the local flavors of 10 inns, two farms, two breweries, one chocolate house and one local food market. 

At the end of the delectable trek around the Mount Washington Valley, you will find your way home with full bellies, tantalized taste buds and your own innovative culinary inspirations!

PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • One or Two nights lodging  
  • Dinner for two one night at the Snowvillage Inn *three-course dinner 
  • Full country breakfast
  • Collection of herb leaflets from each Inn
  • Keepsake tea towel
  • Access to the sandy Eaton Beach at Crystal Lake
  • Up close view of our award winning gardens
  • Free Wi-Fi access

Cost

One night starting at $267 for two people

Location

View map Snowvillage Inn
136 Stewart Road
Snowville, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

Snowvillage Inn

Phone

(603) 447-2818

Contact email

Karen@snowvillageinn.com

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