High Hampton's Spring "Inn Bloom Package" Offers $150 Resort Certificate
CASHIERS, NC, March 22 /PRNewswire/ - The historic High Hampton Inn in the Blue Ridge Mountains of N.C. is celebrating the opening of its 89th season with a new overnight package that offers significant savings for guests. From May 1-26th, visitors will enjoy the "High Hampton Inn Bloom Package" featuring a $150 gift certificate with any two-night or longer stay booked during a Sunday through Thursday. The certificate may be applied toward any resort activity or amenity including golf, the Hampton Health Club & Spa, the Pro Shop and Gift Shop, or the new Hampton Market featuring a selection of gourmet goodies to-go. The resort credit may not be applied toward room and meal packages and may not be combined with other promotions or events. For additional information, please visit www.highhamptoninn.com or call (800) 334-2551.
Nature's beautiful spring wardrobe of blues, pinks, whites and yellows makes May the perfect time to enjoy High Hampton Inn amid a profusion of azaleas, rhododendrons, dogwoods, irises and more. The stunning colors of spring flowers are ideal for those in search of tranquility, natural beauty, and a healthy dose of flower power.
High Hampton Inn opens on April 22. Popular events, such as the Wildflower Workshop, Holiday House Parties, Wellness Weekend, and the Teddy Bear Picnic will be held again this year. New on the schedule for 2011 are the Coast to the Mountains Summer Concert Series, Dinner in the Dahlias, and the Apple Festival. Summer children's programs provide hours of entertainment from June 1st -September 1st.
For generations, families have returned year after year for an idyllic mountain vacation to reconnect with each other. High Hampton Inn is for people who like to explore; with no phones or TVs in the rooms, guests are encouraged to spend their days outdoors on the 1,400-acre playground enjoying nature. The resort has a scenic mountain golf course, six tennis courts, miles of hiking trails for exploring, and a 35-acre lake for swimming and non-motorized boating. The historic inn and cottages reflect the mountain setting.
Stay up-to-date on the latest happenings at the Inn by reading the blog, High Hampton Viewpoints.
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