The Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast, in Lynchburg, VA, is offering one free Swedish Massage in our on-site Massage and BodyWorks Studio with every 2-night stay during the month of March during our March Massage Madness month.. Take time to explore all that Lynchburg has to offer: hiking/biking the Blackwater Creek Trail, historic sites & museums, wineries & wine tastings or antiquing. Enjoy our delicious downtown restaurants. Take time to relax and reconnect. You will rest well in our comfortable rooms with sumptuous amenities, enjoy our legendary 4-course breakfast each morning and enjoy your time away together.
Visit our website at, www.TheCarriageHouseInnBandB.com, choose your room then call 434.846.1388 to book your reservation and massage appointment. You must mention this March Massage Madness package when making your reservation, At least 48 hours in advance of your arrival is required to schedule your massage.
Cost of package is based upon room selected for 2 nights plus applicable taxes and service fees. Gratuities are not included. This offer cannot be combined with any other discounts or specials. This is for new reservations made between February 24, 2015 and March 29, 2015. Sorry gift cards cannot be used to pay for the cost of the room with this special.
This March Massage Madness Special has been popular in previous years so book early and don’t forget to mention this March Madness Special.
Are you tired of the cold and dreary weather? Would you like to hibernate in luxury for a few days? Want a getaway that will help you relax as you get ready for spring to arrive?
Between today and March 31st, when you book at least a two-night stay at The Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast, you will receive a “Winter Hibernation” welcome upon check-in: a bottle of wine (Chardonnay or Merlot) and a cheese plate. Enjoy while “hibernating” in our guest parlor as you listen to relaxing music. Then “hibernate” the evening away in your over-sized room with comfy robes and slippers, maybe an oversized soaking tub, comfortable bed and turn-down service! Each morning you will be served a delicious 4-course breakfast, which will keep you satiated until the afternoon.
While “hibernating” perhaps you would like to indulge in a massage or body treatment. Our on-site Massage and BodyWorks Studio has a significant list of menu options. These can be found on our web site under the Inn tab, subheading Massage and BodyWorks Studio.
If after “hibernating” you feel relaxed but ready to try something new our hiking/biking paths may be open and ready to invigorate you (weather permitting), the museum and historic sites will educate you, the wineries will tease you with tastings and our unique shops and Community Market will tempt you with their wares.
Visit our web site, select your room, then call us at 434.846.1388, mention our “Winter Hibernation Special” when booking and we’ll take care of the rest. You must mention this special when booking, at least 48 hours in advance of your arrival. This special cannot be combined with any other offer, package or discount.
Your ” winter hibernation” in Lynchburg, VA is waiting!
Lazy Days Vineyard and Winery, located just north of Lynchburg, VA in Amherst County, is conducting it’s “Learning in the Vineyard” tour on Saturday, September 6, 2014. Starting at 10:00 AM the educational tour will be led by Marianne Fitzhugh, Lazy Days vineyard manager. Walk the vineyard where you will learn the process of growing grapes. The wine making process will be described and then you’ll be able to taste Lazy Days delicious wines. Known for their Petit Verdot, Viognier and Merlot wines you will be tempted to purchase a bottle or case of your favorites.
The Lazy Days Vineyard and Winery is situated on a unique tract of land that overlooks the mountains to the west and takes advantage of the old Amherst Livestock Pavilion that has been converted into a rustic but comfortable tasting room and event venue. In fact, Sangria Saturday, featuring Jason Frye, follows at 1:00 until 5:00 PM.
Details concerning the vineyard tour are as follows:
- starting time 10:00 AM until 1:00 PM
- features include the educational tour, box lunch, private wine tasting and souvenir glass
- advance reservation are required
- cost is $30.00 per adult, over 21 years of age
Lazy Days Vineyard and Winery is located at 1351 N. Amherst Highway, approximately 3.5 miles north of the town of Amherst. For more information call 434.381.6088.
Come stay with us at The Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast, for two nights (including September 6th) and one of your “Learning in the Vineyard” tickets is complimentary. Call us at 434.846.1388, mention this special package and we’ll see you in early September.
The Jefferson Heritage Trail is a group of businesses, museums and attractions along the Route 29 South corridor between Charlottesville and Lynchburg. Thomas Jefferson lived and traveled between Monticello and his retreat, Poplar Forest. The Jefferson Heritage Trail honors his legacy while introducing both locals and visitors to Virginia to various experiences in this region. Explore wineries, breweries, distilleries, restaurants, museums, attractions, bed and breakfasts and restaurants. Learn about regional music, art, theater, history, nature and events.
The Jefferson Heritage Trail Coupon Book is now available at The Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast, free of charge to our guests that request the book. Valued at more than $500, the Coupon Book offers specials at most of the members of the Jefferson Heritage Trail. At The Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast we are offering a Tuesdays are FREE! special. Stay three (3) consecutive nights, one of them being a Tuesday and Tuesday is FREE. Reservations must be made in advance by calling 434.846.1388. You must mention this coupon when making your reservation. Coupon cannot be combined with any other special, coupon or discount. This special is valid through Wednesday, December 24, 2014.
Come and discover all there is to do on the Jefferson Heritage Trail and travel the route Thomas Jefferson would have taken from his home in Charlottesville to Popular Forest near Lynchburg.
Valentine’s Day is just 10 days away and the search for someone special or something special for your special someone can sometimes be challenging. Today, finding that special person to share your life with is much easier with technology. There are many dating sites where both men and women put in their ideas about the perfect match and before you know it, you have a list of prospects, but what did we do before computers? Many of us found our special person by chance, others were introduced by friends and others resorted to the media. Newspapers and magazines publish “personal” ads whereby the readers can respond to someones request. These personal ads have been around for quite some time. During the Civil War two such ads (with poems) ran in Lynchburg’s Daily Virginian,
February 19, 1863
Wife wanted-I am anxious to marry-have sufficiency to take care of a wife–have been in service for eighteen months, but am now exempt for the war, have heretofore surrendered to no Arms, but am now willing to surrender to a Woman’s.I want a handsome, gentle wife, To share the joys and sweets of life, I’m neither old, ugly nor cross I’ll give up the pants and won’t be boss Address immediately, Volunteer, Howardsville, Albemarle co., Va.”
February 26, 1863
“Husband Wanted. A Lady of Lynchburg who is tired of living in maiden style and would be willing to become ‘Boss’ proposes the ‘Volunteer’ will come up and make himself known. He must be tall, handsome, good, intelligent, rich and elegant, otherwise he might as well stay where he is, as there are any number of that sort here already.-She will make a gentle wife, Will share the joys of life, Is beautiful – not cross Will take the pants and Will be the Boss, He must give her all she wants Not use her ill – or harass with taunts. Must love her as a good man should, She will love him, as only a woman could.”
If you are looking for a special getaway with that special person we invite you to stay at The Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast in Lynchburg. Like the above ads/poems this home was built in the same era and you can enjoy your our grand mansion or carriage house which is elegantly restored having many of the original elements of the home when it was built. To make your celebration even more special, we will include a chilled bottle of Prosecco, when you mention this blog post when making your reservation. In February we will be making our famous Chocolate Waffles. This is the third year for our chocolate waffles and this year’s recipe (look for it in a later post this month) promises to be the best yet!
Kathy and I wish all you you a Happy Valentine’s Day and wish this day be filled with joy and happiness.
It’s that time of year again! School is back in session and life is getting back to normal and the Lynchburg Historical Foundation is hosting its annual tour of historic homes. This year the homes will be in the Garland Hill Historic District on Sunday September 22, 2013. This is a great opportunity to tour 5 homes that were built from the mid 1800’s to late 1800’s. These homes will be open from 1:00-4:30pm. Tickets are $20:00 per person and all proceeds benefit the Lynchburg Historic Foundation programs. In addition to the tour is the patrons’ party which will be held at the home of Anne Taylor and Joe James at 303 Madison Street. Tickets to the patrons’ party are $75.00 per person and include the tour as well.
Again this year, The Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast, Lynchburg’s award winning B and B is offering two free tickets to our guests that book at least two nights with us the weekend of September 20-23, 2013. To obtain your free tickets to the 2013 Tour of Historic Homes mention the tour when making your reservation. (See below for restrictions.)
Tickets to the Tour of Historic Homes can also be purchased the day of the tour at one of the homes on the tour or prior to the tour at the Lynchburg’s Visitor Center located at the corner of 12th Street and Church Street in downtown Lynchburg.
As many of you know, I love the character of old homes which is what brought us to Lynchburg. Today’s modern homes have many great features but what most lack is the character that went into homes, especially those built from 1870-1920. This blog contains exterior photos of the five homes that will be on tour. Hopefully you will be able to attend the 2013 tour of historic homes so that you will be able to see the interiors of these homes.
Give us a call today at 434.846.1388 or go on-line at www.TheCarriageHouseInnBandB.com to make your reservation for that weekend!
Will look forward to seeing you September 22, 2013 for this annual event!
Restrictions: this offer cannot be combined with any other offer, special, package or discount. You MUST mention the tour when making reservations to obtain your free tickets.
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