Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) November 15, 2010
Nestle into the warmth of the holidays with a stay at a California bed and breakfast inn this season. California inns are welcoming travelers with crackling fires, festive decor and an array of holiday specials, packages and events. Several bed and breakfast specials are listed below; more details and additional specials can be found online at CABBI.com.
The oceanfront Pleasure Point Inn bed and breakfast in Santa Cruz is offering 50 percent off the second night of any two-night stay in December and January, holidays included. Reservations for this holiday season promotion can be made through the end of November. All stays include a continental breakfast, in-room snacks, use of hybrid bikes and access to the rooftop deck and hot tub overlooking the Monterey Bay.
Toast the holidays at Avalon Luxury Bed and Breakfast in Sebastopol. Now through the end of December, receive a free bottle of champagne with any two-night stay at the inn.
At Shambhala Ranch, save 50 percent off the fourth night of any four-night stay December 23-27. An eco-friendly luxury lodge on 140 acres near Mendocino, Shambhala Ranch is an ideal destination for festive gatherings. Snuggle by the fireplace, schedule a massage, soak in the hot tub or natural hot springs, or go for a hike. The inn is located near the old-growth grove at Montgomery Woods State Redwood Reserve.
Join in the holiday festivities in the Victorian village of Ferndale and save on lodging at the Victorian Inn. Watch the Lighting of America’s Tallest Living Christmas Tree on December 5 or the annual Christmas Lighted Tractor Parade on December 19. Now through the end of December, the Victorian Inn is offering midweek and package specials.
Treat your loved one to a massage this holiday season at the Eden Vale Inn in Placerville. Stay two nights at the luxurious Sierra Foothills retreat and receive a one-hour couple’s massage for just $99—a 50 percent savings.
Now through December 20, when you purchase a gift certificate with The Honor Mansion in Healdsburg, you’ll receive an additional 10 percent in value. For example, spend $100, and receive a certificate worth $110. The gift certificates make perfect holiday gifts for friends and family.
The Groveland Hotel’s Cellar Door Restaurant is the site of “Christmas Through the Ages,” a whimsical pageant and four-course feast available for two nights only, December 3 and 4. The cost is $69 per person and includes dinner, entertainment, non-alcoholic beverages, taxes and all gratuities. Reserve now; seating is limited with only one seating each night.
The Inn at Locke House in the Sacramento Valley is offering special packages for both Christmas and New Year’s. Their “Christmas to Remember” package includes a two-night stay with a Christmas Eve high tea, Christmas Day Brunch, and an elegant four-course Christmas dinner with wine. For New Year’s, the inn is hosting a murder mystery for eight special guests. The New Year’s Eve package includes cocktails and appetizers, a three-course murder mystery dinner, a midnight New Year’s toast, a night to dream about “who done it,” and a New Year’s Day brunch.
Send 2010 out in style and ring in the New Year at the MacCallum House Inn in Mendocino. The inn invites you to feast on their superb New Year's Eve wine-paired dinner in the convivial Mac House dining rooms, warmed by river stone fireplaces and accompanied by live music.
In addition to holiday specials, the California Association of Bed & Breakfasts Inns (CABBI) also offers a great holiday gift idea: CABBI gift certificates. Gift certificates can be purchased for any amount, never expire and are valid for stays at nearly 300 inns in California. Now through the end of December, receive a free CABBI Travel Guide, a free CABBI Cookbook and a free upgrade to priority shipping with the purchase of any gift certificate of $250 or more. Visit CABBI.com for details.
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