News for the Hospitality Executive
Hay Creek Hospitality Commences Total Restoration of the
Wolfeboro Inn, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire
WOLFEBORO, NH. February 16, 2009 - Hay Creek Hospitality announced today its plans for the total restoration of the historic lakeside landmark Wolfeboro Inn.
“The renovation process began in late 2008 and is expected to be completed
in May of 2009, the property will be completely transformed with classic
New England Adirondack design and furnishings throughout” said Karen Beranger,
the Inns’ General Manager.
The Wolfeboro Inn
90 North Main Street
Wolfeboro, New Hampshire
The historic Wolfe’s Tavern which was originally built in 1812 as an authentic New England tavern and restaurant will reopen with a refreshing new look and wonderful classic tavern menu. “The Inn is truly a destination for sophisticated travelers, the new Adirondack look and menu will be embraced by our domestic and European guests” added Beranger. “We’re anticipating a significant increase in our
wedding, banquet and small corporate meetings as a result, the phones have been ringing steadily”.
The 44 room upscale boutique Inn is situated on the shore of New Hampshire’s Lake Winnipesaukee and walking distance to the heart of “America’s oldest summer resort town” of Wolfeboro. The four season waterfront Inn is minutes from the attractions and numerous beaches and activities around Lake Winnipesaukee; the 153,000 acre White Mountain National Forest is nearby for skiing, hiking and outdoor adventure on its 1,200 miles of trails.
World class golf can be found less than ten minutes away at The Lake Winnipesaukee Golf Club. The British golf legend and Ryder Cup team member Clive Clark designed course has spectacular mountain terrain and lake views. The course rambles over 700 mountain acres and was voted “Best New Course” in America in 2005 by Golf Digest Magazine.
About the Management Company:
Hay Creek Hospitality
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