April 15, 2020:
If you are like us, most of you have been sheltering at home for multiple weeks by now. We started out in shock, and it took some time to adjust to our new reality. Like many small businesses and most travel related industries, we have closed our doors during this National Crisis. But that doesn’t stop us from dreaming.
Our first hope is for the health, well-being and safety of all of our valued guests and readers – we miss being able to welcome you in person. For those of you who don’t know us well, we are like a big family. Our staff stays in touch with each other through weekly e-mail updates, sharing in a produce order from our food purveyor and check-in texts and calls. We would love to hear from you as well. We have heard from many already and your sweet notes and memory lane photos bring a smile .
As you begin to settle into your new routine, we hope that you will keep dreaming with us. Once travel restrictions have been lifted, we will be here to welcome you, and we anxiously await reuniting with you.
In the meantime, we would like to share a few photos. Some from our archives (let’s play who remembers?), some from guests and a few recent ones.
Be sure to check back here as we are working on some new posts that will cover our history, ideas for Summer/Fall vacations, local travel itineraries, guides to things to do, tips on travel safety and more.
Be well and keep dreaming . . .
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This used to be our view in the Fall. They have since torn down the building to right, and our Fall reflections are even better now.
Another room from memory lane- anyone know what room this is? This was always one of our favorite photos, but as we continually update our rooms, decors change.
This beautiful dusk view was captured by one of our regular guests. Thank you!
Another bridge view captured by a guest. Stunning. Thank you!
Spotted today by the river – the nest and eggs are just beautiful and we await the little ducklings waddling through the parking lot.
Spring is in bloom at Bridgeton House.