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The Hawk's Nest is currently operated by the fourth and fifth generations of Charles Garvin, who built the original East Coast cabins in 1895 when the only ways to get there were by steamer or horse and wagon. Today, Hawk's Nest Beach retains and thrives in this same classic beach cottage style.
Stand beneath the 200-foot-diameter dome built in 1902, eat breakfast where the chef Louis Perrin first served tomato juice and bathe in the refreshing mineral spring water that spurred the town's fame. Become part of French Lick Resort's history of elegance, charm, and service during your stay!
The city of Murray, Kentucky began as a post office and trading center in the 1820s, and showcases interesting Civil War history. In addition, The Wrather West Kentucky Museum is located in the first building constructed on the campus of Murray State University and has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
When you stay at The Dunes on the Waterfront, you'll discover three generations of history that dates back to 1935, when the resort began with 12 acres of riverfront pastureland. Their very first guests were welcomed the following year, and ever since then The Dunes has continued to bring life into the property, adding cottages throughout the 40s....
Dickerson's has become a tradition for generations of families. The fourth generation owners continue the legacy that was born in 1924. Four of the original cabins remain in use, with modern updates. Families have returned to Dickerson's for decades; now, it's your turn to become a part of it!
Lakeview has been owned and operated by the Drake family since 1946. For a great step back in time, book one of the two original cottages still remaining, Sparrows Nest or Robins Nest. You'll find some the original knotty pine and the interiors are detailed in a wilderness theme to make you feel like you're staying right outside. Some units are...
The Omni Homestead Resort welcomed its first guests to experience the beauty of the Allegheny Mountains of Western Virginia long before the American Revolution. Today, this legendary and historic resort continues to preside over the countryside, offering unparalleled hospitality and Southern charm in a 3,000-acre setting distinguished by natural...
Back in 1903, having constructed a railroad near the island, Frank D. Stout built this lodge as a family summer vacation spot. Now, more than a century later, the originally-designed buildings are still at Stout's Island Lodge, showcasing the island's history. To experience and feel a part of it all, book your next getaway at Stout's Island Lodge!
When you stay at The Best Western Abbey Inn Hotel, you'll have great opportunities to explore the history of the incredible area. Whether you want to learn about the development of the nearby National Parks or simply visit the Saint George Historic District, there's plenty to discover and enjoy!
The Inn at Willow Pond is located in heart of Vermont's Green Mountains. The original building was built in the 1770's as a dairy farm, but has grown into a family vacation attraction with historical significance. The Inn at Willow Pond, previously the farmhouse was a stop on the underground railroad, with the still existing cellar that protected...
The 18th and 19th century-era architecture of Rabbit Hill Inn possesses the ability to transport guests back to a simpler time, making for a less hurried, more relaxing retreat. Enjoy a fine dining experience by candlelight, traditional elegance, with today's modern pampering services and truly genuine hospitality.
No trip through Ireland would be complete without getting a heavy dose of the rich history and heritage of the Emerald Isle. And with a stay at the Hollies, you can do just that. Visit the local Puck Fair, the oldest fair in all of Ireland which celebrates the mythical King Puck, who's statue, a male mountain goat, presides over the fair's...
Listed on the National Register of Historical Places for Greene County, Albergo Allegria is fully restored to its former 1892 glory including the original stained glass windows and handcrafted woodwork. Cottages One and Two were added in 1984, and echo the historic design down to the last keyhole window!
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