USE PROMO CODE WINTER2018
Holiday shopping doesn’t get better than the stores at Yankee Candle Village www.YankeeCandle.com . Their flagship store is just a short drive down the road in Deerfield. With fabulous Christmas lights and decoration, and of course their world-famous candles, visitors come from all over the country just to visit this famous store. Experience extraordinary dining after a day of shopping at Chandler’s restaurant, situated just behind Yankee Candle.
Are you an aspiring chef, or perhaps just a hands-on foodie? Our lovely neighbors at Good stock Farm offer cooking classes taught by Sanford D’Amato, a James Beard Award winning chef, author and restaurant owner with four decades of international experience cooking and teaching. You can learn a few of his 1000+ recipes in his own kitchen with personalized classes offered year-round. Check out Good Stock’s class schedule. Good Stock Class participants get a 10% discount off their stay at the Old Mill Inn.
Northampton is just a few miles away from bucolic Hatfield, but is rich in cultural capital and is widely known as a premiere dining and entertainment destination in the Pioneer Valley. Catch a show at the Iron Horse music hall or the Calvin Theater www.iheg.com and then experience fine dining at one of Noho’s many diverse establishments visit noho.com.
Butterflies in the middle of winter? You bet! Experience Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory & Gardens, open year round and offering the unique an opportunity to stroll in an 8,000 square-food indoor conservatory , surrounded by more than 4,000 butterflies in a tropical environment. The conservatory is open every day except Thanksgiving and Christmas Day, and you can also pick up a meal in their Monarchs Restaurant.
Interested in wandering a little farther afield and a drive with views of the snow-covered hills? If you’re a Norman Rockwell fan, you’re about from the Normal Rockwell Museum, and the picturesque Town of Stockbridge, offering what many consider the best of small-town New England and “the most famous Main Street in America,” immortalized in Rockwell’s paintings and instantly recognizable to his fans, especially this time of year when the town is blanketed in snow.
*Excludes Valentine’s Day and major holiday weekends