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Fireplace Feast at the Salem Cross Inn

Sunday, November 19th

Prime Time Travel Salem Cross Inn Trip - Sunday, November 19thJoin PRIME TIME™ on Sunday, November 19th for an authentic Olde New England dining experience. Enjoy a Fireplace Feast of early American fare prepared for you on the open hearth of a massive, old fieldstone fireplace.

Relax with a drink by the fire or roll up your sleeves and lend a hand as your dinner is prepared colonial-style. Stir the chowder as it bubbles in a cast iron cauldron … watch your prime rib slowly roast over a crackling fire … help make the apple pie using an antique apple peeler and corer.

While your dinner is roasting to perfection, enjoy a horse-drawn wagon or sleigh ride through the pristine, 600 acre valley belonging to the Salem Cross Inn. When you return, you can shake off the chill with a warm mulled wine or apple cider and browse the Inn’s extensive collection of colonial and federal period American antiques.

This event is a must! Take a little bit of history, combine it with incredible colonial style homemade food, throw in some fun in the company of friends and top it off with an amazing New England view for an experience you won’t soon forget.

Trip cost is only $99 for PRIME TIME™ Travel members and $109 for your guest. Price includes:

 

Space is limited and reservations are accepted on a first come – first served basis.

Questions? Call Sharon Patton today at 508-828-5305 or send an email to: sharon.patton@bcsbmail.com

MAKE A RESERVATION:
To reserve online, simply click here then complete the reservation form and submit.

Convenient departures from Attleboro, Franklin, New Bedford and Taunton. Our departure and return times will be noted with confirmation of your reservation, approximately 2 weeks prior to the event. Please note: a minimum of 10 people required for location pick-up.

In the event that it becomes necessary to cancel your reservation we will make every effort to grant a full refund provided notification is received at least 21 days prior to the event. In some situations, certain non-refundable charges may be deducted from the amount of the refund.