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Dominion Hill Dining
The restaurant in the century-old Manor House near St. Andrews, NB has begun serving dinner.  The cozy dining room, with a beautiful fireplace and Norman Rockwell paintings from The Saturday Evening Post, offers a relaxed settling for couples and friends.  Larger groups can reserve the loft of the original Carriage House for private parties. Full...
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Dominion Hill
Dominion Hill stays open year-round Dominion Hill Country Inn is now open year-round.  Throughout the fall and winter months, the Inn is ready to host meetings, seminars, Christmas parties and family dinners. Our newly-renovated barn is heated and offers a beautiful venue for weddings and other special events. There are weekend packages and a variety of...
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Wedding
New Wedding Venue completed. Renovation of century-old barn is completed, creating a unique wedding venue. Local craftsman spent a year transforming Dominion Hill Country Inn’s original barn into a top wedding venue for ceremonies, receptions, concerts and theatre in the St. Andrews area. Hundreds of thousands of dollars were invested in the wedding venue, expanding...
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Dominion Hill Country Inn near St. Andrews, NB was awarded four stars by Canada Select, the national service that provides professional rating of accommodations. “Dominion Hill has undergone an extensive renovation and hired top professionals to run our hotel and restaurant,” stated Michael Campbell, who bought the property in 2017. “We are honored to be...
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Wedding Shoes
Many of us have been there.  You fly halfway across the country and arrive at a mad house.  No one has time to say more than “hello” and “glad you made it…can’t wait to catch up.”  Then you’re off to the ceremony, a crowded dinner, a few quick conversations, and it’s over.  As you travel...
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Stairwell
Recovery from alcohol or drug addiction can be a difficult journey.  All too often it is characterized by relapse after relapse.  The result is discouragement, frustration, wasted lives and destroyed relationships. But I believe there are answers, and a better path. As the President of a treatment facility that developed and tested new methods and...
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It was 1783 and the American Revolution was coming to an end.  The British were in retreat and the boundaries of what is now the United States were being drawn.  The residents of a Castine, Maine, a quiet coastal town, were very angry.  They thought they were British subjects and residents of Canada, but had...
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