Spring sprang early this year, and after a dry April, May showers continue to bring beautiful flowers in and around DINE member inns. Since a picture tells a thousand words, we thought we’d bring a breath of sunshine, budding flowers and trees to you today compliments of the members of Distinctive Inns of New England. Next time you’re ready for a perfect New England romantic escape, complete with fresh flowers, think DINE!
Let’s start with our Northern-most member. The Camden Maine Stay’s daffodils and forsythia offer a burst of sunshine even on a rainy day.
Spring has come to Western New Hampshire too. These photos were recently sent from Chesterfield Inn where gardens are bursting with new color each day.
Moving on to the Cape, here’s a shot of the gardens from the Captain’s House Inn in late April.
The Cliffside Inn is sporting lots of new landscapting and many new gardens, and this is the year to see how they grow. Here are some shots of the flowers from late April.
Spring brings rejuvenation after the devastation from Hurricane Irene in Deerfield, MA. Hope springs eternal as new life returns with flowering trees and gardens around the Deerfield Inn. Construction is well underway on a new Deerfield Inn, expected to fully open this fall. In the meantime, rooms at the Carriage House will open very soon. Stay posted for construction specials at the Deerfield Inn.
Over in Vermont, tulips are in full bloom. Check out the the gardens in front of the Grafton Inn.
And here’s more from the gardens at the Rabbit Hill Inn.
Even on a gloomy and rainy day, gardens at Distinctive Inns of New England bring a ray of sunshine. Come see them in person while they continue to bloom throughout May.