The Settlers Inn and Ledges Hotel will celebrate Veterans Day—Wednesday, November 11, 2015—by offering a free room to active duty and retired military. Due to the popularity of this offer, reservations fill up quickly.
The Settlers Inn and Ledges Hotel participate in B&Bs for Vets by opening their doors to veterans as a way to say thank you for their courageous service to our country. The celebration includes a fireside chat and wine and cheese tasting at The Settlers Inn.
“We’re proud to honor our veterans in this way for the fourth year in a row,” says Proprietor Jeanne Genzlinger. “It has become a tradition.”
B&Bs for Vets is a campaign of Better Way To Stay, a project of the Professional Association of Innkeepers International. The program was started by Kathleen Panek, a West Virginia Innkeeper. This year, the Association of Independent Hospitality Professionals is coordinating the B&Bs for Vets program to honor our hard working military.
The Settlers Inn is a beautifully restored Craftsman lodge, artfully decorated with mission-style furniture and arts and crafts touches. Ledges Hotel is a unique destination that combines architectural history, natural beauty and hand crafted eco-conscious design in every detail.
Rooms associated with B&Bs for Vets are offered on a space available basis; reservations fill quickly. Veterans can visit TheSettlersInn.com or LedgesHotel.com to learn more. Or, call 570/226-2993 or 570/226-1337 for reservations.