*Edited: Contest Closed, Winner Notified. Thanks for playing.
Many people have asked about the names we gave the room.
That is one thing we did change. You see, when we got here the rooms were a jumbled mess – at least to us. They all had fruit or color names – depending on your view. But they had numbers on the doors. AND the room decor didn’t really have any tie in to the name. See we had Plum, Strawberry, Lemon, Pineapple & Cranberry. So, you’d arrive and check in. I’d see you’d booked the Strawberry room and then take you to the room with the off white walls, green quilt, solid beige chair and a the number 2 spelled out on the door. It was confusing for me!
Being new to the area and not having a chance to explore BUT wanting to do the ‘rebranding’ of rooms before the new website went live – I had no idea how to name the rooms that made sense. I grabbed a book on Amish Quilts off the bookshelf and started thumbing through it. Cranberry already had a beautiful Amish made, hand-quilted lonestar quilt on the bed – with that a theme was born.
So now our rooms are all named after quilt patterns. 3 of the 5 rooms have quilts that match their names. The new names are: Log Cabin, Lancaster Rose, Tumbling Blocks, Dahlia, Lonestar and the office/gift shop also got a quilt name: Drunkard’s Path. If you were a loyal guest of the previous owners and want to stay in the same room you always stayed in – give me a call. Tell me the old name of the room and I’ll tell you what the new name is. I have a cheat sheet so I don’t forget. 😀
So – let’s have a little contest. Click over and check out the room pictures then come back and comment on which 2 rooms don’t have quilts that match their names. The room pictures are updated with the the new quilts and names. Leave a comment telling me which rooms don’t have bedding that matches their name. Make sure I have a way to contact you. I’ll draw 1 person from the comment to win 50% off their second night! Good luck
Edited – I’m closing this contest on June 20th and the answer is in the comments.