B&B Participates in Free Nights for Veterans

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The Inn at the Bryant House will be offering 4 rooms to Veterans for free on Wednesday, November 10th.

In addition to the free rooms for Veterans Day, the Inn is also offering for regular stays, a special thank you to all military and their families for protecting our country.

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The Inn at the Bryant House is proud to partner with over 1,400 B&Bs across the country offering FREE room nights to Veterans. Most B&Bs are offering 1 FREE room night, but the Inn at the Bryant House will be offering 4 rooms to Veterans for FREE on Wednesday, November 10th. Owners -- Shirley Starkey, daughter Ashley, and son-in law Matt Baker feel this is one way they can give back to the wonderful military community.

In addition to the free rooms for Veterans Day, the Inn is also offering for regular stays, a special thank you to all military and their families for protecting our country:

  • Military Deployment -- Free Romance Package included when Military personnel are being deployed to share one special night with their loved one.
  • January each year -- Military appreciation month when the Inn offers a free Romance Package for all active and retired military personnel.
  • 10% Discount is given all year to all active and retired military

In addition, Ashley Baker is the North Carolina State Representative for the Sons and Daughters of Pearl Harbor -- a national organization committed to the remembrance of the fateful morning December 7, 1941 and is actively seeking people to start a chapter in Moore County.

Thoughtfully expanded by Julia Thagard Bryant in 1913 from a beautiful turn of the century home into a tourist home, the Inn at the Bryant House enjoys a perfect setting in downtown historic Aberdeen, nestled in the famous & scenic Sandhills of North Carolina. For more information please contact The Inn at the Bryant House at (910) 944-3300 or visit their website at http://www.innatbryanthouse.com .

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