Girl Friend’s Fall Getaway Weekend: Amish Acres

By KPass | indiana

Oct 04

You’ll Wish it Could be this Way Every Day

Hosted by Amish Acres and The Inn at Amish Acres

For Reservations Call (800) 800-4942

October 22-24, 2010

A new discovery awaits girl friends who live close enough to have never experienced Nappanee and Amish Acres Hospitality and an old friend awaits those who have. No kids, no husbands, no pets, no cooking, no laundry, no list, just girlfriends together for a weekend away from it all.

The third annual Girl Friend’s Fall Weekend Getaway follows the success of the last two years events. 44 girlfriends from 5 States (Texas, Louisiana, Michigan, Illinois & Indiana) & Canada became more like sisters before the weekend was up too soon.

The Girl Friend’s Weekend

Three days of planned events, shopping, exploring, dining, learning, performances, socializing and pampered attention, all to explore and enjoy at your own pace. The weekend includes thousands of dollars in Discounts, Special Offers, and $2,500 in Door Prizes from many unique Nappanee shops.

Includes two nights Lodging, Threshers Dinner, Theme Buffet, The Foreigner in The Round Barn Theatre, Conley & Schmidt Entertainment, two Breakfasts, one Lunch, Wine Tasting, Milk & Cookies each night with a round of Bingo,  Shopping discounts, Door prizes, Shopping Tote filled with coupons and goodies and more. Includes sales and lodging taxes, but does not include gratuities.

Here’s what they said about the weekend:

” This is such a cute town. I had no idea all of this was here.”

“Wonderful shops and owners.”

“Such friendly community and merchants.”

Editor’s notes: If you are looking for a getaway–this sounds like a winner!  Seems like I’ve heard so many people say lately they need to get a little time away–this might be an idea for you.  For more information, cost and itinerary go to the website.

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About the Author

Karole Passmore is a freelance writer who enjoys writing articles and short stories, interviewing local people, and researching non-fiction subject matter– preferably historical. Graduate of RHS, Ivy Tech Richmond, and Earlham College– with a major in History, Karole has spent most of her life in Wayne County and enjoys the quaint atmosphere of a small town.