Andrew and I escaped to Vermont this past weekend for a little R&R at The Woodstock Inn & Spa. It was my Christmas gift from Andrew (including a few spa treatments- which was so lovely) and it was quite a relaxing and refreshing time away.
The Inn is beautiful and full of such wonderful staff. We plan to come back with Henry soon as it’s super kid friendly. The decor is the stuff of New England perfection. Like the library with glossy blue millwork and an upholstered ceiling.
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We are enjoying our time away on Nantucket (you can’t really call it “vacation” when you have a 21 month in tow!) I was planning to have ample free time to blog, but that is not the case. I will be posting Friday, but until then follow on Instagram to see snaps from our trip of this charming island.
Last weekend Andrew and I took a whole weekend away. Alone. We have not been away for more than one night from Henry since he was born and it was about time. We needed to relax and be alone and focus on us as a couple for a little bit. But I didn’t want to be TOO far from Henry quite yet, so we chose to go to a part of Connecticut I had not been to but had read and heard a lot about- Litchfield County near New York. And we got to stay at The Mayflower Grace, which I had blogged about wanting to go to FOREVER ago (in 2009 to be exact) and is 2.5 hours from Boston and just over an hour from NYC. The images that caught my eye and heart specifically were of the spa (above, which met every expectation). I adore how this property mixes old New England charm and modern sensibilities.
One of our all time favorite clients (whose Boston home is in EOS the book) surprised us a year or so ago when she told us she was building an awesome vacation home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and asked us if we could remotely decorate the space. We immediately said “hell yes” and got to helping her! Last week I took my family out to stay there for a few days and not only see the project in person, but explore a part of the country I had never seen. Traveling that far with Henry was a bit stressful, but he was a champ and we did lots of things to try to make it as enjoyable for him (and therefore us) as possible. More on that after we take a peek at the house!
Moccasin Chute Lodge is within a new development called Shooting Star at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain and Teton Village (and is available for rent all year-see more info HERE). It’s a large, modern log cabin-y style home with stunning views of the Jackson Hole slopes with enough room for a large family trip. We wanted to embrace the style found commonly in this area, but make sure it was still modern and anything but kitschy and certainly family friendly.