Valentine's Dinner at Bailey's
Date: Feb 14 2013 - Feb 15 2013
What's better than surprising your loved one with a thoughtful gift on Valentine's Day? How about whisking them away to the mountains for a romantic getaway including a special dinner, a night of slopeside lodging complete with sparkling wine and chocolate covered strawberries followed by a day on the slopes? If that sounds like the perfect way to celebrate Valentine's Day then look no further than Bolton Valley, Vermont, just 30 minutes from Burlington or Montpelier.
Our chef has prepared a special Valentine's Day menu to be served in Bailey's. Couples may join us for dinner only or, extend the evening with a stay at the slopeside Inn at Bolton Valley. After dinner, head to the James Moore Tavern for live entertainment or retire to your room where you'll find sparkling wine and chocolate covered strawberries waiting for you. The next day you and your sweetheart will enjoy a continental breakfast followed by some bonding time spent schussing down the snow covered slopes of Bolton Valley while enjoying the spectacular views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks.
Call 802-434-3444 for your reservations. Mention you would like one of the Valentine's Day Packages. Reservations are required for the dinner only option as well and may be made by calling the same number.
Valentine's Day Package Options
$120 Dinner for two
$260 Dinner for two, one night in the slopeside Inn at Bolton Valley complete with sparkling wine, chocolate covered strawberries and continental breakfast. Bolton Valley All Access Season Pass Holders pay only $249 for this option.
$325 Dinner for two, one night stay at the slopeside Inn at Bolton Valley complete with sparkling wine, chocolate covered strawberries, continental breakfast, and two lift tickets for Friday.
The following times are available for dinner reservations and will be filled on a first come, first serve basis.
5:00pm, 5:15pm, 5:30pm, 7:00pm, 7:15pm, 7:30pm, 9:00pm, 9:15pm, and 9:30pm
Tax and gratuity not included in prices quoted above.