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1795 Acorn Inn Receives Its Eighteenth Consecutive AAA Four Diamond Award For 2014

Thursday, February 6th, 2014

The 1795 Acorn Inn, nestled in the Bristol Mountains of upstate New York’s Finger Lakes, received it’s 18th consecutive AAA Four Diamond Award for 2014.  It’s sure is sweet to have your hard work recognized.  Guests do it most every day and this is always the icing on the cake.

The 1795 Acorn Inn is the only B & B in upstate New York to receive this award for eighteen consecutive years.

The 1795 Acorn Inn is the only B & B in upstate New York to receive this award for eighteen consecutive years.

Angell Room Gets New Chairs

Monday, August 13th, 2012

For years I’ve been looking for new chairs for the Angell Room.  Not too big.  Just the right color.  Comfy.  Matching.  And the list goes on…  But, I’ve never been able to find the ones I want.  I have two chairs and beautiful, expensive fabric that I purchased a while back sitting in my office.  The plan has always been to have new slip covers made.  But, I can’t find anyone to sew them.  So, I thought I would take on the task myself.  How hard could it be, right?  I plow the driveway in the winter, clean out the gutters, re-screen windows, do minor repairs, sew curtains and draperies for the canopy beds…  I can surely sew slipcovers.  Then, just when I’m not looking, I find the perfect chairs.  Yeah, I’ve heard that one before.

New chairs, blinds and curtains too!

 

My favorite Wingback!

My favorite Club chair!

 

 

 

Nothing Like A Fresh Coat Of Paint To Make This Old House Look Young Again

Wednesday, August 8th, 2012

A HUGE thanks to Amanda for helping me paint the outside of the Inn by the Hotchkiss Room! When the house was painted last fall there was a climbing hydrangea on a trellis that covered the wall. This spring my landscaper took the trellis down and removed the plant. Painting that last bit of the Inn has been on my list of things to do for what seems like forever. Today, I get to check it off.

I feel so very fortunate to have the staff working with me that I do. I couldn’t do this without them… Amanda, Kristen, Juli, Judy, Donna and Carson. And even though technically she doesn’t work with us anymore… Audrey. Thanks Ladies!