Ways to use $100 in New England

Deals Of The Week

November 04, 2007|By Richard P. Carpenter | Richard P. Carpenter,The Boston Globe

If you are looking for a pleasant New England getaway, 100 may be your lucky number. The New England Inns & Resorts Association is celebrating its centennial with discounted packages whose themes touch on the number 100. Some examples:

Woodstock Inn & Resort (wood stockinn.com) in Woodstock, Vt., is featuring a Weekend of 100s. Those who stay two nights get the third night for $100. Book any massage for $100 and receive the second massage free. Spend $100 in the Shop at the Inn and get 10 percent off. Add a four-course dinner for two for $100. Offers are valid through Nov. 30, excluding Nov. 21-24.

Johnson & Wales Inn (jwinn. com) in Seekonk, Mass., will give a free three-course tasting menu for two at its own Audrey's Restaurant to the first 100 reservations made for a one-night stay at a rate of $100. All guests get a list of 100 things to do within 100 miles of the hotel.

The Inn at Ellis River (innatellis river.com) in Jackson, N.H., is offering two or more midweek nights in the best-available traditional or fireplace room for $100 a night, including a full breakfast and afternoon refreshments daily. The deal is valid Sunday to Thursday through Nov. 15 and Nov. 26-30.

Three Stallion Inn (3stallion inn.com) in Randolph, Vt., has a rate of $100 per night any night through Nov. 30, which is 40 percent off regular rates, plus breakfast each morning.

Glynn House Inn (glynn house.com) in Ashland, N.H., is cutting $100 off the cost of a three-night stay in a fireplace suite and tossing in a bottle of Chandon Brut, breakfast each morning, and complimentary wine and hors d'oeuvres. A four-course dinner for two, excluding wine, is an extra $100. The offer is valid for Sunday-Thursday stays through Nov. 30.

While the inn's Web sites are useful for gathering information, some offers are available only by clicking on "Centennial Celebrations" at new englandinnsandresorts.com. The New England Inns & Resorts Association lays claim to being the nation's oldest multistate lodging association.

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