Monday, October 24, 2016

20th Annual Inn to Inn Holiday Cookie & Candy Tour®

20th Annual Inn to Inn
Holiday Cookie & Candy Tour®

Attend the 20th Annual Inn to Inn Cookie and Candy Tour hosted by Country Inns in the White Mountains.  Participants will tour inns dressed in all their holiday finery offering signature holiday cookies and candies, but will also include a cookbook of the recipes from each inn and a chance to win a $250 gift certificate for a getaway at the inn of your choice.  This year the cookbook will also include some of the best of the best.   Chosen by editors of New Hampshire Magazine as “The Best Sugar High”.  

The tour stretches from Harts Location to Eaton, NH, with eleven inns opening their doors to those in search of fabulous holiday treats, recipes and decorating ideas. No inn is more than fifteen minutes from the next, with many much closer.  Inns participating in the tour this year include the Darby Field Inn in Albany; Inn at Crystal Lake and Pub in Eaton; Snowvillage Inn in Snowville; Cranmore Inn Bed & Breakfast in North Conway Village; Notchland Inn in Hart's Location; Glen Oaks Inn in Intervale; Inn at Ellis River in Jackson; 1785 Inn, Eastman Inn, and Old Red Inn & Cottages in North Conway,  and Admiral Peary Inn Bed & Breakfast in nearby Fryeburg, Maine.

Each of these eleven inns on the 20th Annual Inn to Inn Cookie and Candy Tour will feature original holiday cookies and candies, along with exquisite decorations offering tour goers the bonus of taking home holiday decorating ideas as well as scrumptious cookies and candies. The participating inns have developed original recipes for everything from sweet to savory holiday treats, with each inn featuring new recipes for this year's tour, all nestled in a cookbook.  To celebratre the 20th anniversary of this "sugar high" the inns will be haveing special events throughout the weekend to include a craft fairs, decorating tips and demonstrations and the Admiral Peary Inn is hosting Mrs. Clause on Saturday.  

Call me for more information at 207-935-1269 or check out the website at

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

SELF-DIRECTED CREATIVITY WEEKEND FOR WOMEN


SELF-DIRECTED CREATIVITY WEEKEND FOR WOMEN
………………………with too many ideas and supplies and too little time!

Join like-minded women for a “project based” retreat at the
Admiral Peary Inn in Fryeburg, Maine on January 22, 23, 24, 2016.
2 or 3 night get away based on how, many projects you wish to complete.
Stay in your jammies all day if you wish, enjoy the laughter and
exchange of talent during unlimited hours of creating!
This is a weekend to scrapbook, make your Valentine, St. Patrick’s Day and Easter crafts, organize your thoughts, take inventory of all those boxes of supplies, pamper yourself
and relax after a hectic holiday season.

Package Includes: Room with breakfast each morning, coffee and infused water all day, fruit and cookies for snacking, S’more fixins’ for the fireplace, hostess and clean-up duties.
 Room rates: $100 per night for single, $75 per night for double (each) + 9% tax
(
either sharing the bed or sleeping on a comfortable mattress on the floor).
Please plan to bring food to share for lunches and dinners, choose to order in or go out one or all of the nights.  BYOB and Buffet will be the food service with a convenient bar set with plenty of ice and glasses.  I will also heat food items and set the buffet for you. Some equipment and supplies will be provided which will be listed on your confirmation. I will call to co-ordinate food offering, what equipment you may be bringing to share and if you would like to reserve a massage. You will receive a final confirmation from me the evening of January 20th, 2016.

If you would like to cross country ski or snowshoe to clear your mind after late nights at the table there are trails nearby.  A massage therapist will be on hand for appts. throughout the day
for a reasonable fee of $45/hour.

Looking forward to greeting you and getting to know you! 
 If you have others you would like to include do not hesitate to send this to them.

Donna Pearce, Host
Admiral Peary Inn Bed and Breakfast
27 Elm Street
Fryeburg, Maine
719-459-0497
www.admiralpearyinn.com           info@admiralpearyinn.com



Tuesday, December 1, 2015

JOURNEY TO THE NORTH POLE!!!


                  Journey to the North Pole!!!
Kids of all ages. I have tickets for Saturday, December 19, 7pm 
Journey to the North Pole. Call me today to reserve your package 
207-935-1269.  One Queen room for 2 nights, breakfast, hot chocolate, 
cookies, and fun for kids, for 2 adults, 2 children for $500 + tax. Two 
queen rooms for 2 nights, breakfast, hot chocolate.  Cookies, and fun 
for kids for 2 adults, 2 children for $750 + tax.
           2015 Journey to the North Pole Event Information
Join us on the family adventure aboard the magical Journey to the  
North Pole! The Journey to the North Pole offers a truly unique 
experience that only happens here in the beautiful White Mountains.











Dress in your pajamas for the true effect of the event. Board the Journey 
to the North Pole train and be served delicious hot chocolate and Santa’s 
favorite chocolate nougat with centers as white as snow by the magical 
chefs. Arrive at the North Pole being greeted by the playful elves who 
will guide you to Santa’s Toy Workshop where the little boy from the 
book, who has grown old, will read about his Journey to the North Pole. 
Santa even takes a break from his busy schedule to pay a visit! This 
Journey will make true believers of all, reminding us the gift of giving is 
the most cherished gift of all. 

Do that last minute shopping in tax-free North Conway outlets, I have 
all the wrapping paper, bows, tape, and ribbons, etc. for you.

Monday, November 30, 2015

20th Inn to Inn Cookie and Candy Tour

20th Annual Inn to Inn
Holiday Cookie & Candy Tour®

Attend the 20th Annual Inn to Inn Cookie and Candy Tour hosted by Country Inns in the White Mountains.  Participants will tour inns dressed in all their holiday finery offering signature holiday cookies and candies, but will also include a cookbook of the recipes from each inn and a chance to win a $250 gift certificate for a getaway at the inn of your choice.  This year the cookbook will also include some of the best of the best.   Chosen by editors of New Hampshire Magazine as “The Best Sugar High”.  

The tour stretches from Harts Location to Eaton, NH, with eleven inns opening their doors to those in search of fabulous holiday treats, recipes and decorating ideas. No inn is more than fifteen minutes from the next, with many much closer.  Inns participating in the tour this year include the Darby Field Inn in Albany; Inn at Crystal Lake and Pub in Eaton; Snowvillage Inn in Snowville; Cranmore Inn Bed & Breakfast in North Conway Village; Notchland Inn in Hart's Location; Glen Oaks Inn in Intervale; Inn at Ellis River in Jackson; 1785 Inn, Eastman Inn, and Old Red Inn & Cottages in North Conway,  and Admiral Peary Inn Bed & Breakfast in nearby Fryeburg, Maine.

Each of these eleven inns on the 20th Annual Inn to Inn Cookie and Candy Tour will feature original holiday cookies and candies, along with exquisite decorations offering tour goers the bonus of taking home holiday decorating ideas as well as scrumptious cookies and candies. The participating inns have developed original recipes for everything from sweet to savory holiday treats, with each inn featuring new recipes for this year's tour, all nestled in a cookbook.  To celebratre the 20th anniversary of this "sugar high" the inns will be haveing special events throughout the weekend to include a craft fairs, decorating tips and demonstrations and the Admiral Peary Inn is hosting Mrs. Clause on Saturday. 

Call me for more information at 207-935-1269 or check out the website at





Thursday, October 8, 2015

Fall 2015

Fair week is almost over for another year.  Today is Thursday and Clint Black is the entertainment tonight.  If my guests check in sooner rather than later, I may just have to go over for a few hours to listen to the music.  Guests have been fun this year, great group of people who came for the fair.  My leaf peepers ended up going to the fair just to see what it was all about.   Tuesday I went to work the Rotary booth selling baked potatoes.  It was senior day so there were many wheel chairs and walkers.  Fun afternoon with some great people in the booth with me.  I went to the cow barn after my shift to see a baby 3 hours old being cleaned by its momma.  Momma still had the afterbirth being excreted from her.  Wish I was there for the birth itself.

The pig scramble was a hoot.  Baby pigs let loose in the pen with a bunch of little kids running after them to catch them.  Reminded me of the rodeos in Houston I use to go to with Steve and Keith 38 years ago where they would enter a competition to put the ribbon off the bull's neck to win the prize money.  Only the pigs didn't gouge the kids like the bull did Steve one night (he had to hold his finger over the hole in his cheek to drink his beer after he became conscious again).

Sherman Farm Maize and Weston's Farm Hay Fort are still going strong.  Cog rail to the top of Mount Washington is still running.


This is the last week for the ghost tours on Conway Lake for the season.  Gail and Joanne arrive Monday and we are taking the tour on Tuesday night.  Last time I went, the sunset was stunning.


*Fields on the Saco participants can stay with me and get discounted room and dinner tickets while enjoying an early check in and late check out.
*I am decoreated for halloween with my scarecrow Sally in the yard and cobwebs in the bushes.

 *Veteran's day is approaching fast and I have a few rooms left to give away to vets and their loved ones (dog is welcome).
*The cookie tour is December 12,13.  I will have Mrs. Clause here on Saturday as an Xtra treat for any kids (any age) to send a message to Santa.
*Craft weekends January 8-9 and 13, 14, 15th this year.  I will be sending flyers out on those events in a few weeks.



Over the summer I've had friends from Colorado Springs visit, Lynn and Richard.  Maya stuck to Richard like glue and I don't recall them ever meeting before.  We had fun going over the "Kank".

Also went to Boothbay Harbor for a short get away.  And Janice Crawford and I went to Santa's Village a few weeks ago.
Blitzen took a cracker from between my lips. And Santa and I had a long talk.   The day was very cold.  Of course I was a smart girl and took my key of the ring so I wouln't have to carry everything in my pockets.  Got back to the car and the key didn't fit.  I had forgotten I got a new ignition key when I was in Maryland and it didn't fit the locks.  Gotta love On-star!

Happy Fall.