The New England Inns and Resorts Association Now Offers Exclusive Deals and Discounts with the New 'Inn Crowd' Program

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Travelers can now receive access to exclusive and deeply discounted vacation packages in New England by joining the "Inn Crowd," a new free last-minute deals e-newsletter from New England Inns and Resorts Association (NEIRA). Every other Tuesday, "Inn Crowd" members receive an email with up to 20 distinctly different hotel deals that are created by NEIRA members exclusively for the "Inn Crowd."

Feedback from Inn Crowd subscribers has been overwhelmingly positive during our recent three months of testing the newsletter, and the deals just keep getting better and better…even during holiday weeks and peak seasons when availability is tight.

Spontaneous travelers can now enjoy access to a wide variety of deeply discounted vacation packages in New England that have been created exclusively for them…and are unavailable anywhere else. Every other Tuesday, the New England Inns and Resorts Association's Inn Crowd e-newsletter offers subscribers up to 20 distinctly different, last-minute deals from among its membership base of nearly 300 inns, resorts, hotels, and B&Bs throughout the region. Travelers can sign up to receive the free e-newsletter at http://www.NewEnglandInnsandResorts.com.

Vacation offerings in each Inn Crowd newsletter are valid for up to 14 days (sometimes longer), and property choices and deals vary each time, giving travelers an extensive selection of options from which to choose. Inn Crowd deals range from free upgrades and amenities to free room nights, with discounts ranging from 30% to more than 70% off.

The Inn Crowd newsletter has been designed with the curious and experiential consumer in mind. Each edition features photos of all the properties offering deals, as well as a detailed description of what's included in the package, and a direct link to each property's website. Says Beth Steucek, EVP of the association, "Feedback from Inn Crowd subscribers has been overwhelmingly positive during our recent three months of testing the newsletter, and the deals just keep getting better and better…even during holiday weeks and peak seasons when availability is tight." Recent deals have included (note: these deals have expired and are for illustration purposes only):

  • 60% off per night at The Equinox Resort & Spa, plus full country breakfast Manchester Village, VT)
  • $99 per night including breakfast each day of stay and unlimited rounds of golf at The BALSAMS Grand Resort Hotel (NH)
  • 65% off a guesthouse suite at The Red Lion Inn (Stockbridge, MA), plus complimentary bottle of wine
  • 50% off at Cranwell Resort, Spa & Golf Club plus complimentary bottle of wine (Lenox, MA)
  • 50% off at Saybrook Point Inn & Spa, with 20% off spa services, with free fireplace room upgrades (Old Saybrook, CT)
  • 50% off deluxe fireplace room at The Orchards Hotel (Williamstown, MA)
  • $99 per night at the Spa at Norwich Inn (Norwich, CT)

Founded in 1907 by owners of B&Bs, hotels, motels and resorts in the New England region, the New England Inns & Resorts Association is comprised of nearly 300 properties, many of which are rated four-diamond by AAA and four-star by Mobil Travel Guide. Several properties are also members of Historic Hotels of America. Offering value-rich packages for consumers, the association is well known for its innovative Innkeeper for a Day program, which provides an educational experience for travelers seeking to become innkeepers.

The association's website, http://www.NewEnglandInnsandResorts.com, is a rich resource for consumers, providing a "one-stop shop" that meets the individual needs of travelers by allowing them to select a property that suits their own preference with its point-and-click Lodging Finder sort capabilities. Attractively packaged gift certificates are available in any denomination and can be purchased online or by calling the association directly at 1-888-705-5353.

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