Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Irish Inns in the USA
You don’t have to wait for a leprechaun to lead you to his pot of gold; let the luck ‘o the Irish provide a splendid getaway. Pack your green shirts and your Celtic jewelry and escape for the holiday.
Create your own Irish keepsake at the Caldwell House Bed and Breakfast in Salisbury Mills, New York. Irish scarf knitting classes are being held every Monday in the month of March. A special “Knit Me, I’m Irish” package, available Sunday-Tuesdays in March, features a three-night stay for the price of two-nights, admission and supplies for the class, complimentary three course gourmet breakfasts, and the basketball tournaments on television for partners that aren’t keen on knitting. When you get home, bring back memories with Caldwell House's Grandma Finneran’s Irish Soda Bread.
Fitzgerald’s Irish B&B in Painesville, Ohio, boasts sheepskin rugs, photographs, and signs from the Emerald Isle. Guests are treated like Irish royalty as they drink from Waterford crystal and dine on Royal Tara china. You don’t have to fly across the Atlantic; you’ll feel like you are there as the innkeepers spin the blarney about their trips to Ireland. Try Fitzgerald's Irish Breakfast Pie to preview one of their breakfast specialities. - http://www.iloveinns.com/
Leave the green beer at home and celebrate the holiday with a free bottle of wine when you stay at the Irish Rose Inn in Healdsburg, California, on March 16 or 17. Surrounded by gardens that bloom year-round, you’ll feel as though you have stepped into a world of green at the inn. While here visit Rosenblum Cellars for green cocktails and an Irish cooking demo on Saturday.
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