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Welcome January 2019!

Snow means great skiing in Vermont but it also means great snowmobiling, snowshoeing, x-country skiing, ice skating, snowmen, snowball fights, sleigh rides, tubing, sledding, ice fishing, bonfires, marshmallows and a great cabernet in front of a roaring fire!  How can you not love this time of year...

Actually, all four seasons in Vermont are glorious in their own right and Vermonter's are used to sharing every season with thousands of visitors from around the world.   There are many ways to enjoy the beauty of this state: take a scenic drive along our picturesque back roads, visit our quaint towns, shop in our unique country stores, chat with our friendly villagers, hike or bicycle our mountain trails.  But whatever your preferences may be and no matter which road you travel, you will witness year-round spectacular scenery!  

 

Here's a quick look at just some of the past, present, future events and happenings in our area:

SLEIGH BELLS RING, ARE YOU LISTENING?  IN THE LANE SNOW IS GLISTENING.  A BEAUTIFUL SIGHT, WE'RE HAPPY TONIGHT, WALKING IN A "WINTER WONDERLAND"  

All of Vermont = Serious Skiing, X-Country Skiing, Snowshoeing, Ice Fishing, Ice Skating, Dog-Sledding, Horse-drawn Sleigh Rides, Over 5000 miles of Snowmobiling Trails!

EXPERIENCE A THRILLING WINTER ADVENTURE

It’s a special time to be in Vermont. With 20 alpine ski resorts, 30 cross-country touring centers and 7,300 acres of alpine terrain, this is a skier’s paradise. Even if you don’t ski or ride, there’s plenty to do to keep the family together and having fun.

Snowshoeing is a perfect substitute for enjoying the outdoors while getting in a good work-out. Find a Vermont State Park that meets your needs. For you thrillseekers, try snowmobiling. For those that are new to this recreational form of transportation, there is nothing like the adrenaline you get from maneuvering a 600-pound machine through turns, around trees, and over the terrain.

Ice fishing is another hot activity during the cold months. Fishing over frozen bodies of water gives the angler a unique advantage of fishing off-shore without a boat. With many of Vermont's waters open for ice fishing season, the choices are abundant.

If winter is not your favorite season for being outside, that’s ok. You’re not alone. Add some warmth to your winter with music, theater, and dance performances or treat yourself at one of Vermont’s award-winning spas. You deserve this.

No matter which activity you choose to take part in this winter, warm your soul and clear your thoughts by connecting with the natural world around you in Vermont.

Can't decide what to choose?  Give us a call or send us an email and we'll help out!

802-295-0606 or innatclearwaterpond@gmail.com

https://www.vermontvacation.com/seasons/winter

COME ON, IT'S LOVELY WEATHER FOR A "SLEIGH RIDE" TOGETHER WITH YOU...

Winter At The Farm - Billings Farm - Woodstock, Vermont

Visit the farmhouse and the dairy farm for interactive programs. Don’t miss a winter visit to the farm

Horse-drawn sleigh or Wagon rides

69 Old River Road, Woodstock

Sleigh rides also available through Kedron Valley Stables and Sugarbush Farm

LET IT SNOW, LET IT SNOW, LET IT SNOW

Vermont Flurry: Woodstock Snow Sculpture Festival

February 15, 16, 17 2019 - Friday, Saturday, Sunday
10:00 am
 - 10:00 pm

Presented by Pentangle Arts & ArtisTree Community Arts Center
Woodstock Village Green

Presidents Day Weekend

This event is weather-dependent and may be rescheduled on short notice.

Over Presidents Day Weekend, the Woodstock Village Green is transformed into a celebration of winter and the visual arts. Cheer on professional snow sculpting teams as they compete to create large, stunning sculptures, and be amazed as these works of art come to life over a three-day period.  You can even vote for your favorite “Peoples’ Choice” pick, to be announced Sunday, February 17th at 12:30 pm! Voting ends on Sunday, February 17th at 12:15 pm.

Free and open to the public.

This event is part of Vermont Arts 2019, a celebration of the stunning array of arts events — concerts, festivals, exhibits, and openings — that take place all across the state

C'MON BABY, "LIGHT MY FIRE"...

The Torchlight Parade and Fireworks!

Suicide Six Ski Mountain - Pomfret, VT - Saturday, February 16, 2019 - Presidents' Day Weekend - and should you miss this one, there's another one the following night at...

The Quechee Club - Quechee, VT - Sunday, February 17, 2019

BRIGHT ARE THE STARS THAT SHINE - DARK IS THE SKY - I KNOW THIS LOVE OF MINE - WILL NEVER DIE "AND I LOVE HER" (or HIM) 

 

JOIN US FOR VALENTINE'S DAY AND PRESIDENTS' DAY at our INN

We will be celebrating February 13-18 

This Valentine’s Day you will probably either send or receive a valentine from someone. More than a billion are expected to be given away in the United States alone. But just like many of our holidays, there’s a lot more behind it than just cards and gifts. There’s a true-life story. It’s a story that teaches us a lot about love, sacrifice, and commitment—the true meaning of Valentine’s Day.

In the third century, the Roman Empire was ruled by Emperor Claudius II Gothicus. He was nicknamed Claudius the Cruel because of his harsh leadership and his tendency for getting into wars and abusing his people. In fact, he was getting into so many wars during the third century that he was having a difficult time recruiting enough soldiers.

Claudius believed that recruitment for the army was down because Roman men did not want to leave their loves or families behind, so he canceled all marriages and engagements in Rome. Thousands of couples saw their hopes of matrimony dashed by the single act of a tyrant. And no one seemed interested in standing up to the emperor.

But a simple Christian priest named Valentine did come forward and stood up for love. He began to secretly marry soldiers before they went off to war, despite the emperor’s orders. In 269 A.D., Emperor Claudius found out about the secret ceremonies. He had Valentine thrown into prison and deemed that he would be put to death.

As Valentine was awaiting execution, he fell in love with a blind girl who happened to be the jailer’s daughter. On the eve of his execution, with no writing instruments available, Valentine is said to have written her a sonnet in ink that he squeezed from violets. Legend has it that his words made the blind woman see again. It was a brief romance because the next day Valentine was clubbed to death by Roman executioners.

St. Valentine gave his life so that young couples could be bonded together in holy matrimony. They may have killed the man, but not his spirit. Even centuries after his death, the story of Valentine’s self-sacrificing commitment to love was legendary in Rome. Eventually, he was granted sainthood and the Catholic Church decided to create a feast in his honor. They picked February 14 as the day of celebration because of the ancient belief that birds (particularly lovebirds, but also owls and doves) began to mate on that very day.

And so, on this coming Valentine’s Day 2019, what are you doing to keep the love-light burning?  Well - The Inn at Clearwater Pond is just the place to celebrate and we know how to do it up just right.  Think ROMANCE and give us a call or send us an email.

BORN TO RUN

The Covered Bridges Half-Marathon will take place on June 2, 2019.  Registration is now closed for the 2019 race but we still have a few rooms left at the inn.  Our inn is located only 2 miles from the pick-up location in Quechee and only 2 miles from the finish line, also in Quechee.  Our location is perfect for runners and spectators.  Remember that no one is permitted to park at the starting point at Suicide Six Mountain in Promfret.  Please give us a call at 802-295-0606 with questions.

The 26th Annual Covered Bridges Half Marathon - The Best 13.1 Miles in New England -  Took Place on Sunday, June 3, 2018

The Inn at Clearwater Pond hosted 4 runners this year:  Kirk Brungard of Washington, DC and Joseph Suazo of Espanola, NM.  Also Deepak Raghavan of Atlanta, GA who finished at #373, time 1:48 and Julie Brungard of Washington, DC, who finished at #719, time 1:57.  Congratulations to all 1,895 runners and especially to our special 4 - well done!

Also, congratulations to Ben Szuhaj of Hanover, NH who finished #1, time 1:10:09 - Prescott Leach of Waltham, MA who finished #2, time 1:14:15 - Keith Drake of Brookline, MA who finished #3, time 1:14:56

  • FLY ME TO THE MOON

A Backyard Lift-Off with Balloons of Vermont

Several of our guests recently enjoyed an exciting and scenic balloon flight over and down into the Quechee Gorge.  With the Gorge located directly behind our property, it provides the ultimate location for a spectacular flight.  Under the supervision of our pilot, Darrek, ground spectators and passengers helped inflate the envelope (fabric).  Once fully inflated with passengers onboard, spectators watched in amazement as the massive balloon gracefully ascended and floated skybound.  The balloon soared above the Gorge and then slowly descended to its bottom.  Darrek maneuvered the basket onto some rocks as the river gently trickled underneath.  It then popped up and continued its journey over green pastures, ponds, streams and more rivers before gently setting down amongst a beautiful field of wildflowers.  The chase crew arrived soon thereafter and passengers enjoyed a "celebration" with pilot and crew.  All were treated to delicious hors d'oeuvres and champagne, followed by the Balloonist's Prayer.  Recommendation:  put this thrilling experience on the top of your bucket-list - you'll be talking about this and reliving memories for a long, long time...and remember, our pilot flies year round - yes, even in winter...

http://www.balloonsofvermont.com/

SHE THINKS MY TRACTOR'S SEXY

 

Gateway To Vermont’s Rural Heritage - Billings Farm

Billings Farm & Museum is just a scenic stroll from the village center of Woodstock, Vermont, and is regarded as one of the finest outdoor history museums in the country. Combining a fully-operating Jersey dairy farm with educational exhibitsand interactive programs and events, Billings Farm & Museum is committed to providing education and enjoyment to visitors of all ages.

From meeting our award-winning Jersey dairy cowsdraft horses, and sheep, to exploring the carefully restored 1890 Farm House, sampling Billings Farm cheddar, and taking part in hands-on activities, there really is something for everyone.

Billings Farm History

Billings Farm was established in 1871 by Frederick Billings, a native Vermonter known for his work as a lawyer, railroad builder, and pioneer in scientific farm management and reforestation. Billings set out to make his 270-acre farm a model dairy operation for farmers in the region, founded on the principles of efficiency, sustainability, and responsible land use.

In 1884 Frederick Billings hired George Aitken, an innovative and successful professional farm manager to oversee his Woodstock operation. Aitken imported cows from the Isle of Jersey, hundreds of Southdown sheep, Berkshire hogs, and other livestock. By 1890, the year that Frederick Billings died, the Billings Farm had grown to nearly 1,000 acres and was widely acknowledged for the superior genetics of its premier Jersey herd as well as an extensive butter-making operation that produced 5,000 pounds of high-quality butter annually. Three years later, at the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago, cows from the Billings herd took top honors in the dairy division, with Lily Garfield designated “Champion Heifer of the World.”

The herd’s performance in Chicago was the victorious culmination of Billings Farm’s early years. Following George Aitken’s sudden death in 1910, the farm experienced several periods of change, including a successful commercial dairy operation beginning in the 1948. In the mid-1970s, the farm resumed breeding championship-caliber Jersey cows. A string of regional show winnings throughout the 1970s and ’80s culminated when Billings Top Rosanne won top honors in both American and Canadian competitions, designating her the finest Jersey in North America.

Owned and operated by The Woodstock Foundation, Inc., a non-profit educational institution founded by Laurance and Mary Rockefeller in 1968, the Billings Farm & Museum was established in 1983 to preserve the historic Billings Farm as well as the character and heritage of rural Vermont.

WHEN I WAS A YOUNG MAN I'D NEVER BEEN KISSED;  I GOT TO THINKING ABOUT WHAT I HAD MISSED.  I FOUND A GIRL.  I KISSED HER AND THEN...OH LORD, I KISSED HER AGAIN BECAUSE SHE HAD "KISSES SWEETER THAN WINE"

A Dining Experience In The Quechee/Woodstock Area

The objective at Mangalitsa is to offer a complete dining experience where hospitality and cuisine work hand in hand. Their standard for sourcing the many ingredients that find their home on their menu is simple: local. By relying on their extensive network of small producers in the Upper Valley and cultivating relationships, they can offer an ever-changing, seasonal variety of small plates and shared entrees, served a la carte or prefix and accompanied by a unique wine and beer list and house cocktails.

THAT'S AMORE

The Daily Catch Woodstock

Woodstock's newest restaurant opened up in September 2018.  This restaurant offers New England's finest seafood and pasta and we welcome them to our town. This smaller 35 seat restaurant offers diners the same great flavors and quality as its Boston-based counterparts.  Welcome, The Daily Catch, to Woodstock!

THE LONELY NIGHT DISCLOSES JUST A PASSING BREEZE FILLED WITH MEMORIES OF THE GOLDEN SMILE THAT INTRODUCED ME TO
"THE DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES" AND YOU

The Killington Wine Festival has earned a reputation for being one of the Killington region’s signature summer events. Over the years, the festival has grown immensely and now features more than 500 wines from a collection of over 40 vineyards around the world.  Guests enjoyed a nice July weekend tasting fine wines with Killington Peak and the Green Mountains of Vermont serving as a scenic backdrop.

Killington, Vermont

SWEET SOUL MUSIC

 

 

MUSIC IN THE MOUNTAINS
CLASSICAL CONCERT SERIES

For 36 years, internationally renowned musicians have performed in the Music in the Mountains chamber music series with the beauty of the Green Mountains as a backdrop. These distinguished artists also spend the summer at Killington teaching and mentoring young musicians who perform in the Young Artist Concerts Series.  Be sure to plan a visit next July  2019!

UP, UP AND AWAY...

Quechee Hot Air Balloon Festival - Father's Day Weekend - June 14, 15, 16 2019

Once again, the skies over Quechee and the Upper Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire were filled with hot air balloons, ushering in the annual Quechee Hot Air Balloon, Craft & Music Festival, the longest running hot air balloon festival in New England.  With 5 scheduled flights over the course of the weekend, our perfectly beautiful weather allowed all 5 flights to lift-off , much to the delight of all spectators.  Our festival grounds welcomed many, many guests, some who travelled great distances to attend.  All enjoyed continuous music and entertainment for all ages and over 60 craft artisans and commercial vendors.  There were activities for children and of course, festival food with local healthy options, a beer and wine garden and much more.

The Inn at Clearwater Pond backs up to the Quechee Gorge.  All balloon pilots navigate towards the gorge.  And when air currents cooperate, they fly over and descend into the gorge - truly a spectacular flight! We are located only 1-1/2 miles from the festival grounds.  If you missed this fun weekend this year, be sure to mark your calendars for 2019.  And remember - this fun and very colorful weekend takes place here in Quechee every Fathers' Day Weekend.  If you would like to book for next year or if you have questions, please email or give us a call

 802-295-0606

innatclearwaterpond@gmail.com

COME ON DOWN TO MY BOAT, BABY....

LOBSTERS ON THE GREEN - WOODSTOCK, VT - JULY 2019

Once again the Woodstock Chamber of Commerce partnered with The Woodstock Rotary Club for the annual "Lobsters on The Green".  There was live music, cash bar and of course, lobster!  The town green was packed with locals and visitors and everyone ate, drank, listened to music, danced and enjoyed a wonderful evening under the stars. Be sure to mark this event on your calendar for next year!

IF YOU COULD READ MY MIND

Bookstock Literary Festival

Woodstock's annual literary festival celebrated its 10th consecutive year July 27 to 29 with a superlative array of prominent authors, artists, performers, and teachers.

Headliners of this 10th edition included Richard RussoRobert PinskyAlexander Chee, and Ezzedine Choukri Fishere.

Besides its 30+ presenters, Bookstock included a huge used book sale and a vintage book sale. Publishers and authors gathered in a spacious and displayed their publications and spoke with participants about their work.

The Artistree Gallery in nearby South Pomfret staged UNBOUND, an exhibit of artist creations inspired by books. At different venues, workshops were led by talented authors dealing with writing and poetry. Also on the program was a poetry slam and a literary brunch at a local restaurant.

SHOULD OLD ACQUAINTANCE BE FORGOT AND NEVER BROUGHT TO MIND.  WE'LL TAKE A CUP O'KINDNESS YET AND DAYS OF "AULD LANG SYNE"

2018 Scottish Festival and Competition in Quechee, Vermont...took place this past August 25th at the Quechee Polo Field (only 3 miles from the Inn at Clearwater Pond)

Activities and Events included Open Stone Throw (similar to the Shot Put) - Caber Toss - Sheaf Toss - Weight Over The Bar - Pipe Band - Solo Piping - Solo Drumming - Highland Dance - Scottish/Celtic Vendors - Clan Village - Sheepdog Trials - Food Vendors and a Beer and Wine Tent

Be sure to mark your calendars for August 2019 - this is an entertaining and fun event!

OK - so about the song itself....

Historians call it “the song that nobody knows.” And yet, we’ve all tried to sing it...  

The Scottish poem, written by Robert Burns in the 1700s, translates to “old long since” and means “times gone by”.  At the end of each year we find ourselves singing the song while drinking champagne and finding someone to kiss. As you watch the ball drop from Times Square in New York City you will probably start out singing strong ‘Should auld acquaintance be forgot’ and then just end up mumbling for the next solid minute.  You won't be alone....

Here’s the thing, “Auld Lang Syne,” wasn’t really supposed to be associated with New Years. Bandleader Guy Lombardo is credited with popularizing the song and making it a New Year’s tradition. Lombardo heard the song as a youth in his hometown of London, Ontario and over the years it became a signature of his famous band – Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians.

They played the song at midnight on New Year’s at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City in 1929 and every year since where they held the slot at the “Roosevelt Grill” from 1929-1959. They went on to perform the tune at the Waldorf Astoria on New Year’s Eve from 1966-1976. Auld Lang Syne became an American tradition but is generally known as one of the most popular songs where nobody knows the lyrics or anything about the Auld Lang Syne meaning.

But again about that Auld Lang Syne meaning?

In a nutshell, “Auld Lang Syne,” is basically about remembering friends from the past.  When good people come and go in your life, it is worth it to take a moment of time, raise a glass and remember those that should never be forgotten.

A TASTE OF HONEY

 

10TH ANNUAL TASTE OF WOODSTOCK

Elm Street in Woodstock Village

August 2019

Packed with local flavor, Taste of Woodstock is a sample of everything the Woodstock community is known for. In partnership with Artistree and Purple Crayon Productions, over 50 vendors filled the center of Woodstock Village with favorite Vermont provisions, wine, beer, spirits, music, entertainment, arts, crafts and an activity tent for children.

RED, RED WINE

The Barnard Inn Wine Series

Tasting Location:  The Barnard Inn Barn, Route 12, Barnard, VT

Join us again in 2019 for the next Wine Tasting Series

WILL I SEE YOU TONIGHT ON A "DOWNTOWN TRAIN"

27th Annual in 2019

“Glory Days Festival”

 

Glory Days Festival celebrated its 26th year as a family oriented, fun-filled, two day festival of the railroading and transportation modes of the past, present & future.  Free Admission.

Festival events included: excursion train rides($15), model train show admission ($), Saturday evening photo shoot($10), children games and activities ($), mini stream engine, a roaming train($), live musical entertainment, food vendors, street vendors and engine displays.

Saturday excursions offered a 45 minute ride departing on the hour beginning at 10:30AM and Sunday a 90 minute ride departing at 10:30AM and 1:30PM.

Excursion tickets: Purchase tickets the day of at the festival or you can purchase tickets online by visiting – www.hartfordrec.com

This event is produced by the Hartford Parks and Recreation Department.

Visit our Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/vtglorydaysfestival/

TAKE ME HOME, COUNTRY ROADS

14th Annual Plymouth Folk & Blues Festival

September 2019

Plymouth's favorite fall tradition continued with music and fun from across Vermont. The 2018 lineup included Jay Ottaway, Julia Mark, Seth Adam, Cricket Blue, Alice Howe, and Dan Weber. Wagon rides on Saturday; children's crafts and face painting both days. Selected as a "Top 10 Fall Event" by the Vermont Chamber of Commerce.

President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site  |  Plymouth Notch, VT

MUSTANG SALLY

Green Mountain Horse Association - GMHA - FALL HUNTER JUMPER SHOW
SEPTEMBER 2019

Join us in 2019 for the Green Mountain Horse Association for a weekend of hunter jumper competitions set among Vermont’s stunning fall foliage. Watch or compete in one of the most exciting disciplines of horseback riding.

NEHC & VHJA Affiliated

APPLES, PEACHES, PUMPKIN PIE

 

Pumpkin and Apple Celebration at Billings Farm

Woodstock, VT - September 2019

Hands-on programs highlights two essential fall crops - pumpkins and apples.  Activities and events included apple tasting, cider pressing, pumpkin bowling, apples-on-a-string, making pumpkin and apple ice cream and cooking apple butter in the farmhouse.  This is a fun event for adults and children.  Horse drawn wagon rides through the field were offered, as well.  Mark this on your calendar for 2019!

I FOUND MY THRILL ON "BLUEBERRY HILL"

47TH ANNUAL WOODSTOCK APPLES AND CRAFTS ARTISANS FAIR
OCTOBER 2019 - COLUMBUS DAY WEEKEND

Located on Route 4 at Bailey's Meadow, just outside of Woodstock Village 

Leaf season gets its own celebration during the Woodstock Apples and Crafts Artisans Fair. Shop with over 100 vendors and purveyors of Vermont crafts and food.

More than 100 juried craftspeople  and specialty food producers. Admission $4.00 per person. Children 12 & under are free.  Bus groups are welcome.

Don't miss this fun weekend - make your plans for October 2019!

THEY DID THE MASH, IT CAUGHT ON IN A FLASH.  THEY DID THE MASH

THEY DID THE "MONSTER MASH"

 

 

As she climbed the staircase, "it" was no more than a chill in the air. Then a shadowy form appeared above her..........Was this just a figment of her imagination? She closed her eyes;  then quickly opened them, hoping the eerie apparition was gone.  The shadow remained.  Could this really be some mischievous spirit that was quietly floating above her now-trembling body?  It appeared to be a man, wearing torn overalls and large, dirty work boots.  And now this phantom seemed to be drifting closer.  She could feel his presence and tightly closed her eyes once again.  When she had the courage to open them, it appeared that the spirit had simply slithered into the walls.  

Listen, my friends, and you shall hear - chilling tales of ghosts to fear

Tewksbury......

  Visit us around Halloween 2019 and listen to true and chilling tales of his antics and ghostly apparitions. 

WE ARE FAMILY

Thanksgiving Weekend at Billings Farm

November 2019

Discover how Thanksgiving was observed in the 1890 Farm House at the Billings Farm – preparations, menu, and entertainment. Holiday programs and activities; wagon rides.  We hope you will join us in 2019!

HERE WE COME A-WASSALING

 

Woodstock, Vermont's 35th Annual Wassail Weekend!

Filled with twinkling lights, Historic decorated homes, Breakfast with Santa, Billings Farm Decorated in 19th century holiday spirit and Sleigh bells, our annual Wassail Weekend is not to be missed!  The horse parade through the village of Woodstock is a weekend highlight.  This weekend appeals to all ages.  It's festive and fun and a great way to kick off the holiday season. 

Visitors came from all over to celebrate one of "Vermont's Top Ten Winter Events" at our country inn.  We are located only a few miles from the village center so come enjoy our elegant accommodations and warm hospitality.  Now, you ask, just what is "wassail"?  Let us give you a little history lesson.  The term "wassail" has its roots in medieval England and refers to the Norse, "ves heill", meaning "to drink to the health".  Ale, brewed with spiced apples and sugar, was the warm drink given to people who went singing from door to door during the solstice, the darkest days of the year.  Thus Christmas became interwoven with these celebrations during the Winter Solstice.  The Inn at Clearwater Pond brewed its own Wassail.  If you missed this year, be sure to put it on your 2019 December calendar. VES HEILL!

Be sure to make your bed and breakfast reservations early.  The Inn at Clearwater Pond will be geared up and ready to welcome guests to our home.  We will be brewing our own recipe for Wassail - and it is delicious and perfect for this festive holiday weekend.  We are conveniently located under 15 minutes from the village center.  Mark your calendars for December 2019!

LONG TRAIN RUNNIN'

All Aboard!
THE HARTFORD, VT POLAR EXPRESS
Come and celebrate our 13th year with us in December 2019

Join us for an exciting train ride along a meandering river to the North Pole. Children of all ages will enjoy The Polar Express Story and Holiday Sing-Along while sipping Hot Cocoa with a Homemade Cookie.

Santa will board to greet each child and to hand out the first gift of the season - The Polar Express Bell.

You can enter a raffle to win an original LIONEL Polar Express Train Set. Raffle Tickets will be available at the station.

Please arrive between 30 minutes ahead of your boarding time to allow for parking, ticketing, restroom visits and some holiday fun for the little ones.

Mark your calendars!

MAYBE IT'S MUCH TOO EARLY IN THE GAME...AH, BUT I THOUGHT I'D ASK YOU JUST THE SAME...
"WHAT ARE YOU DOING NEW YEAR'S, NEW YEAR'S EVE?"

Come join us as we pop a bottle of bubbly, sing a song or two, toast friendship and new beginnings.  We always celebrate in style.  Maybe we'll roast marshmallows on a campfire by the pond or loop around the backyard on a snowmobile, light up a giant bonfire, ice skate on our pond or simply kick back in front of a warm and cozy fire.  It's New Year's Eve and most anything goes.  Give us a call - 802-295-0606 - and reserve your room of choice for 2019!

 

Keep checking back with us as we continue to post upcoming local events...and there will be plenty

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Inn at Clearwater Pond
984 Quechee-Hartland Road
Quechee, Vermont
802-295-0606

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