Beat ‘Cabin Fever’ with Special B&B Deals throughout Pennsylvania
Author: Heidi Havens
Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Tourism Office, in partnership with the Pennsylvania Association of Bed & Breakfast Inns (PABBI), today announced the return of its seasonal ‘Cabin Fever’ promotion available to travelers who are ready to beat the winter blues.
“Pennsylvania boasts hundreds of distinctive bed and breakfasts, country inns, and farm stays that offer unforgettable experiences year-round,” said Carrie Lepore, Deputy Secretary of the Office of Marketing, Tourism, and Film, Department of Community and Economic Development. “The ‘Cabin Fever’ promotion is an exciting way to start the new year celebrating the charm of Pennsylvania’s unique locations, including everything from a converted schoolhouse to a 19th century hunting lodge.”
During the month of January, travelers are encouraged to book a night stay with a participating bed-and-breakfast (B&B) in order to receive the second consecutive night at a discounted rate, or free, throughout the month. A list of eligible properties is available at www.painns.com.
To kick off the promotion, the Tourism Office has launched a Facebook sweepstakes to promote the many family-owned destinations that are members of PABBI. The ‘Cabin Fever’ sweepstakes grand prize winner will receive a two-night stay at the 1825 Inn Bed and Breakfast near Hershey, while two runners-up will be awarded a $100 gift certificate redeemable at any PABBI member property. Entry to the sweepstakes is now available at www.facebook.com/visitPA though January 29. Winners will be announced via Facebook in February.
The Pennsylvania Tourism Office, under the Department of Community and Economic Development, is dedicated to inspiring travel to Pennsylvania. For more information, go to visitPA.com or call (800) VISIT PA; become a fan at facebook.com/visitPA, follow us at twitter.com/visitPA, share photos at pinterest.com/visitPA, friend us at foursquare.com/visitPA, or watch us on youtube.com/visitPA.
Heidi Havens, DCED, 717-783-1132
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