Friday, April 22, 2011

Marsha and Nancy’s Excellent Bed and Breakfast Adventure

Get ready for a new kind of weekend getaway!

To highlight their latest culinary creations and send guests on their own mini-adventure, friends Marsha Burton and Nancy Swartzel have created a two-night progressive bed and breakfast tour featuring luxurious surroundings, gourmet recipes, and customized itineraries between their two properties.

Marsha and Nancy’s Excellent Bed and Breakfast Adventure guides guests on a scenic tour between Louisville, Kentucky and the Burlington, Kentucky/Cincinnati, Ohio area. After a one-night stay and full breakfast at either inn, guests depart the next day with a gourmet picnic basket and customized travel plan. A sample itinerary includes historical and picturesque activities along a 130-mile stretch in between the two inns, but other options are available. The adventure is tailored to each guest’s liking, whether that means antiquing, the arts scene, sports, horse racing, shopping, a spa break, or just sitting and relaxing on one of their relaxing porches.

After a fun-filled day, travelers make their way to the other inn for a one-night stay and experience another exciting city. Each morning, guests will enjoy a full gourmet breakfast. Among several options on the morning menu, guests may choose to sample a signature breakfast recipe from the Room at the Table cookbook: Auntie Pankie’s Garlic Cheese Grits at the Inn at Woodhaven and Crème Brûlée French Toast at the Willis Graves Bed and Breakfast Inn.

- For guests who begin the two-night journey at the Inn at Woodhaven, the sample menu for the gourmet picnic includes beef tenderloin with blackberry or Henry Bain sauce, crusty French bread, fresh fruit, roasted vegetables or fresh thin asparagus spears with couscous, pasta or tabouli salad, Race Day pie or lime-raspberry bars, and old fashioned lemonade or soft drinks.

- For guests who begin the two-night journey at Burlington’s Willis Graves Bed and Breakfast Inn, the sample menu for the gourmet picnic includes a roasted whole chicken, a loaf of fresh bread, garlic haricots verts, potato salad, fresh fruit, Ghirardelli chocolate brownies, and bottled water or soft drinks.

Click on the two links below to view a full-size Excellent Adventure description and sample itinerary.

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Marsha and Nancy’s Excellent Bed and Breakfast Adventure is $50 for a two-person picnic in addition to the current room rate at each inn, and must be booked in advance. Guests are welcome to extend their stay at either inn to see all that Louisville and Cincinnati have to offer.

About Inn at Woodhaven
The Inn at Woodhaven is a Gothic Revival mansion conveniently located near many of Louisville’s finest attractions, restaurants, and shopping venues. Built in 1853 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the mansion’s original features have been skillfully maintained. Expansive common areas feature books, magazines, after dinner liquors, and fresh cookies. Eight spacious guest rooms are located in the Main House, Carriage House, or the award-winning and romantic Rose Cottage. Amenities include luxurious linens and bath towels, whirlpool spa tubs, steam showers, exclusive bath products, cozy fireplaces, televisions with DVD players, wireless Internet, refrigerators, and complimentary stations featuring coffee, tea, and snacks. A full breakfast featuring organic fruits, cage-free eggs, local bakery breads, and several main course options is served daily at individual tables set with fine china and linens.

Marsha Burton, Inn at Woodhaven
(888) 895-1011
www.innatwoodhaven.com

About Burlington's Willis Graves Bed and Breakfast Inn
Burlington’s Willis Graves Bed and Breakfast Inn, located on the edge of a small town twenty minutes from Cincinnati, includes two masterfully restored early and mid-1800s buildings: the 1830s Willis Graves Federal brick homestead on the National Register Overlay and the 1850s William Rouse log cabin, both furnished with appropriate antiques and reproductions. Attention to detail and luxurious touches include whirlpool baths, steam showers, plush robes and towels, fireplaces, triple sheeting with fine linens, down comforters, top quality mattresses, wireless Internet, cable television, DVD and CD players, a comprehensive movie collection, inviting porches, and fresh baked cookies. A full gourmet breakfast, with fresh fruit and main entrée options featuring eggs from a local farm, is served daily at individual tables set with white tablecloths, cloth napkins, and fine china.

Nancy Swartzel, Burlington’s Willis Graves Bed & Breakfast Inn
(888) 226-5096
www.burligrave.com

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