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The Inn At Castle Hill

Thursday, May 4th, 2017

Castle Hill This greatgreentraveler had the pleasure of spending the weekend at The Inn At Castle Hill, located on the 165 acre Crane Estate in Ipswich, Ma. A beautiful and elegant home with panoramic views of the marshes, fields, and ocean with almost every turn. Drop your bags and time just slips away.

You’re treated to amenities such as afternoon tea, a welcome respite after trekking the marked trails that run through the dunes, or walking the four miles of white-sand beach. With 2,100 acres of property to wander over and through, there is much to do between your tasty breakfast in the sun filled dining room and the time you decide to relax on the wide veranda with your ice tea and tasty and watch the light change over the salt marshes.

The Inn is one of the properties of The Trustees of The Reservations, a nonprofit conservation organization in Massachusetts that has been working to protect and keep the natural landscape for all to enjoy since 1891.

For full information on The Inn at Castle Hill and TTOR, CLICK: http://innatcastlehill.thetrustees.org/index.cfm

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The Highland Center – Bretton Woods, NH

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017

Bretton Woods Hike the rugged and beautiful trails of the White Mountains of New Hampshire through Crawford Notch in Bretton Woods. Or spend the day biking, canoeing, kayaking, or swimming. Engage a local naturalist, join a tour and learn about the area. All educational programs are free to guests.

Make your reservations in advance for The Highland Center, known for its energy efficient design and beauty. Enjoy a relaxing evening with a communal meal prepared by their award-winning chef and a gathering before the fire.

For information and booking, CLICK:

http://www.trails.com/all-hotels/hotel-info.aspx?hotelid=73413

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