Stowe, VT (PRWEB) September 23, 2007
The Green Mountain Inn, a vacation destination in the historic Stowe Village of Vermont, has been named one of the top lodging locations for ghost lovers. The Inn is one of "America's great places to sleep with a ghost," according to BedandBreakfast.com, one of the leading online bed and breakfast directories and reservation networks in the nation.
This honor is thanks to tales of the inn's resident ghost, Boots Berry. Past and present staff members and former guests claim that they have heard the tap dancing ghost on the third floor roof during winter storms.
Hearing things go bump in the night might not be on the top of everyone's list, but there is a segment of society who enjoys this type of haunting experience. Fans of ghosts and goblins can now book a room at Stowe's historic Green Mountain Inn if they are looking for just this sort of encounter.
To celebrate their haunted status, the Inn is offering guests a special room rate package that includes two nights of lodging, full country breakfast each morning, a box of handmade chocolates, a lantern tour through the streets of the historic village, and a chance to pick your own pumpkin at a local farm. Rates are based upon double occupancy. The package rates start at $172 per person.
For more information about the "Ghoulish Getaway" and the ghost at The Green Mountain Inn, call 1-800-253-7302 or visit http://www.GreenMountainInn.com
About the Green Mountain Inn:
The Green Mountain Inn, originally built in 1833, began as a coaching inn for 19th century travelers in the heart of the historic Stowe village. Stowe's original inn retains much of its antique charm, offering 104 rooms, suites and apartments. Guests can enjoy two acclaimed restaurants, the Whip Bar & Grill and the Main Street Dining Room, specialty shops, a year-round heated outdoor pool, afternoon tea and cookies, a health club facility, massage services, and much more.
Nicole L'Huillier Fenton
802-253-4171 ext. 221
Stowe, VT 05672