Friday, September 24, 2010

New Willis Graves B&B Robes!

Guests in the log cabin's William Rouse Suite may notice a new addition - updated robes. Our new, customized robes have a terry cloth lining and are made in the USA. We will soon be adding them to the Graves' Suite as well.



If you fall in love with the robe during your stay and decide to order one, just let us know and we can place an order for you. The robes are $135 plus tax, shipping, and the manufacturer's charge for your initials or the logo.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Burlington Antique Show: September 19th and October 17th

It's not too late to find great things at the Burlington Antique Show. The remaining dates for 2010 are September 19th and October 17th. Our property is right next to the fairground, so guests can easily walk over to browse over 200 antique dealers. You can check out their website for more information. Also, as we mentioned in an old post, Bob is our resident antique "expert" so feel free to let us know if you have any questions!

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Mugs by Deneen Pottery

Some of our guests enjoy collecting coffee mugs during their travels. We worked Deneen Pottery to design our mugs, which are $18 (plus 6% sales tax). Deneen Pottery is a family owned business based out of St. Paul, MN. Each stoneware piece is made in the U.S.A. and is handcrafted to order.


To learn more about Deneen Pottery, you can visit their website at www.deneenpottery.com.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Labor Day Weekend: Riverfest in Cincinnati


Looking for something special to do this weekend? Come celebrate at Riverfest, an annual event in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky:
"Riverfest is Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky's big boom, the end of summer blowout that concludes with one of the largest fireworks displays in the Midwest.

This signature Cincinnati event began 32 years ago, when WEBN treated the tri-state to a fireworks show in honor of the radio station's 10th anniversary. The party at Sawyer Point, held annually on the Sunday of Labor Day weekend, has grown into an all-day affair with music, food and family fun and entertainment all day (Cincinnati's Sawyer Point is a no-alcohol zone for Riverfest).

Nearly a half-million people attend on both sides of the river. Highlights: the Ohio/Kentucky shout-off just before the fireworks, and WEBN's soundtrack, choreographed with Rozzi's Famous Fireworks."

-CincinnatiUSA.com