Posts Tagged ‘New Year’s’

Time Well Spent at an Inn in New Kent

Friday, December 28th, 2012

If you are weary after a busy holiday season, you may need a new escape, a refuge where your thoughts can start afresh. If that is indeed the case, then consider The Vintager Inn. Ken, Lee, and Janice Fisher, owners of The Vintager Inn, have recently begun renovations on their barn, and it is a perfect demonstration of newness, not only in structure but also in anticipation of the future gatherings that it will hold. The Vintager Inn has hosted many weddings, and inevitably will cater to many more, and this time the newness of marriage will coincide with the newness of reconstruction.

The New Year is coming shortly, bearing the promise for fresh beginnings and a bright future after many days of work and toil. Ken Fisher states, “A theme from one of my Air Force assignments in 2006 that I have remembered is ‘treasure the past, forge the future.’ That is what we focus on at The Vintager Inn–honoring our history while preserving it for the future.”

So, what will you find at this New Kent, Virginia bed & breakfast? You’ll find a French-Country style façade that is richly steeped in history, bordering on a bountiful winery, and close by to the lush green of a golf course. You’ll immerse yourself peaceful elegance, lavish breakfasts, and personable owners who exude hospitality: “Snuggle up by the fire in your suite, cozy in your plush robe amid touches of chocolate, delicate blues, silk and toille. Tranquility pervades as you sip delicious wine, gazing across pastoral fields. Soft breezes carry lilting birdsong across the quiet.”

To contact The Vintager Inn, call (804) 938-5528, email them at, or send them a message via Facebook. (Also, be sure to check out their website!)

Have a wonderful New Year and a Happy 2013!

By Tara Stoll

New Year’s Eve in Virginia

Tuesday, December 28th, 2010
Lets cheers Happy new year 2009

Spend New Year's Eve at a Bed and Breakfast Virginia.

Consider spending New Year’s Eve in a Virginia Bed and Breakfast. Inns have a much more intimate feel than large, corporate hotels; you won’t have to worry about landing next to a huge hall party and not getting any sleep (as regretfully happens from time to time). Instead, you may relax in common areas, toasting the New Year with a handful of other guests, or welcome 2011 privately in your room after an evening out.

Several Bed and Breakfasts Virginia offer New Year’s Eve Specials. Some provide dinner or arrange for guests to dine at a nearby restaurant. Many provide hors d’oeuvres, Virginia wine, and champagne toasts on the 31st, and at least one goes all out and puts on a masquerade ball.

Outstanding breakfasts become brunches on New Year’s Day. Enjoy the first meal with coffee or a mimosa. Sleep in first, or get a good start on those resolutions and walk or run before heading to the table.

Whether you like to be in the city or the country, with friends or with strangers, there is a Virginia Bed and Breakfast just right for you.