As the summer turns to fall Poplar Forest is offering its “Passion” series during September and October, focusing on Thomas Jefferson’s personal interests.
Beginning with the inaugural event on Sunday, September 11, 2011, the roof of the wing will be transformed into a stage as you are entertained with “Jefferson’s Passion for Music.” A concert by singer and Celtic harpist Eve Walters blending song, sound and story follows a concert by Lynchburg’s violinist Jasper Oliver.
The event begins with a wine and cheese reception at 4:30pm during which attendees may wander through the house and grounds of Poplar Forest.
Guests staying at The Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast, for a minimum of two consecutive nights including September 11, 2011, will receive complimentary tickets to this after-hours event. Advance reservations are required and seating is limited to 100. In the event of rain the series will relocate to another area on the Poplar Forest property. Call 434.846.1388 for more details and to make your room and “Passion” reservation.
Future sessions will include “Jefferson’s Passion for Hops” to be held later in September and “Jefferson’s Passion for Writing and Democracy” to be held in October. Call 434.846.1388 for information about these upcoming sessions.
Fine Print: this package cannot be combined with any other offer, discount or voucher. Advance reservations and event tickets are required and are subject to availability.
Our signature dish, at The Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast, for August takes advantage of the fresh fruits found in our garden and at the local Lynchburg Community Market. Our guests and we have enjoyed this breakfast appetizer “soup” made with summer fruits such as blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries or a combination of berries, use your imagination!
- 4 cups of fresh berries (or you can use frozen, just thaw them first)
- 1 cup apple juice
- 1 cup orange juice
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 1/2 cup honey
- 2 tablespoons lemon juice
- 1 6 oz. container berry yogurt, that corresponds to the type of berries used
Set aside a few berries for garnish.
Combine remaining berries, apple juice, orange juice, sugar, honey and lemon juice in a blender. Blend 1-2 minutes or until smooth. Strain into a bowl, discard solids. (Depending on the berries used you may have to strain the mixture 2 or 3 times to remove all of the seeds). Whisk in yogurt. Garnish with reserved berries and a small dolop of yogurt. Serve immediately. Enjoy!
This is a cool and refreshing treat during the summer. You can use frozen berries and less liquid to make a refreshing smoothy that can be enjoyed anytime during the day.
Would you or someone you love like to be pampered with a LaStone Massage?
During the month of August The Carriage House Inn Massage and BodyWorks Studio is offering $50.00 off the cost of one LaStone Massage (normally $125.00).
What is a LaStone Massage? Utilizing up to 84 warm basalt stones and 18 cool marble stones, Kathy will massage using the stones to increase the benefits of a massage through enhanced healing, an elevated sense of relaxation and the re-energizing of the body. The basic LaStone Massage lasts for 50-minutes. Upgrades or extras may be added, please visit our web site at www.TheCarriageHouseInnBandB.com for more details and descriptions.
The Fine Print: One LaStone Massage discount per person. Available to non-guests. Must be booked at least 72 hours in advance, call 434.846.1388. Subject to availability and scheduling. Cannot be combined with any other offer, discount, special or voucher. Gratuity is not included in the discounted price, please tip based on original price. Offer expires on August 31, 2011.
As the first “green lodging” in Lynchburg, Virginia, The Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast makes taking care of our earth a priority. We recycle rain run-off from our roofs into a 2000-gallon buried sistern the the backyard and into rain barrels located around the house. This water is used to water our organic vegetable, fruit, herb and lavender garden throughout the summer months.
The Lynchburg Community Market, one of the oldest continuously operating community markets in the country, is offering a Rain Barrel Workshop on Saturday August 13, 2011 between 1-3pm. This workshop will teach you how to save your rain water, make and operate your own rain barrel and the importance of rain gardens.
The cost of this workshop is $65.00 and includes: the lecture, the barrel with hardware and instruction. Advance registration is required, call 434.846.1388 and we will make the arrangements.
Come stay with us during this workshop weekend and we will credit you $65.00 toward your room rate plus show you how we have incorporated saving rain water into our daily lives. Visit our web site www.TheCarriageHouseInnBandB.com, choose your room, then call 434.846.1388 to make your reservation. This special cannot be combined with any other special, discount, voucher or package. Reservations must be made by August 5th, in order to participate in the workshop.
Thank you for helping conserve our natural resources and for becoming “green!”
Hill Top Berry Farm and Winery is hosting it’s annual Blackberry Harvest Festival on Saturday, August 6, 2011 between 9am-5pm.
More than a dozen “True to the Fruit” Virginia wines will be paired with food. Taste historical honey meads. Listen to live music played throughout the day. Enjoy a “Pig Pick’n Pull” lunch (additional cost).
Stay with us at The Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast to enjoy this summer festival and your tickets will be complimentary. You must: stay with us at least 2 nights during the festival, mention this special when booking your reservation and cannot combine this special with any other special, coupon, discount or voucher.
Visit our web site, www.TheCarriageHouseInnBandB.com to choose your room, call us to book your reservation, 434.846.1388 and come enjoy a day of good wine, mead, food and fun.
Hill Top Berry Farm and Winery is just north of Lynchburg in Nellysford, VA.
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