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Bed and Breakfast Tour Offers Chance to See Unique Places to Stay in the Mason Area
Wednesday, August 27, 2008 • Posted August 27, 2008

Need an escape? Place to put up guests and visitors? An intimate retreat from city stress?

The Sesquicentennial Bed & Breakfast Tour, scheduled Saturday, September 13, offers getaway seekers a preview of ten Mason area lodgings. The tour, sponsored by the Mason County Chamber of Commerce, will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., plenty of time to see each of the unique, historical B&B’s and guest houses. For this first annual tour, the Chamber selected six charming places in the Historic District of Mason close to the Courthouse square, two traditional lodgings very near downtown, and two historic B&B’s in the nearby countryside within a few minutes drive.

Tickets include access to any or all of the participating B&B’s. Touring guests who stop at all ten properties will be eligible to win discounts on overnight stays, and special gift items. Start your tour at any of the B&B locations or pickup presale tickets with maps at the Mason County Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center on the north side of the Mason Square now.

Bed and Breakfast Open House Sesquicentennial Tour

• Sponsored by Mason County Chamber of Commerce

• Saturday, September 13, 2008

• 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

• Tickets at $10 per person include information packet, maps and directions

Participating B&B’s are the Apple Cottage B&B, Bridges House, Das Altes Haus, Fort Mason Outpost Guest House, Gamel Guest House, Hasse House, Lucia Holmes Guesthouse, Mason Square B&B, Mi Casa Es Su Casa, and the Red Door B&B. You may check out the properties online at, stop by the Chamber Visitor Center for brochures, or call the Chamber office at 325-347-5758.

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