Winter Glamping begins at Dominion Hill Country Inn

Dominion Hill has launched a winter glamping program, expanding its year-round operations.  Six large Safari tents with automatic pellet stoves will be available for guests seeking a winter adventure that includes the comforts of home. The 320 sq ft units are fully furnished, and can be selected with king or queen beds, pillow top mattresses, carpets, and locally crafted furniture.

“Our glamping sites have been very popular this summer and we are excited to continue operations throughout the winter months.  The tents we selected were made in Denver for use in the Rocky Mountains, and should be very comfortable in our milder New Brunswick climate. Glampers have access to all of Dominion Hill’s amenities and services, including the hot tub, wellness centre, dining room with complimentary breakfast, board games and bar service,” stated owner Michael Campbell.

Each glamping tent is on a raised platform with the accommodation tent, a covered porch, and a smaller tent with a sink and portable toilet.  All tents have electric lights, heaters and large pellet stoves.  Full bathrooms and showers are close by, and WIFI will soon be available.  Dominion Hill has a library of books for its guests and a growing collection of indoor games and outdoor sporting equipment.  “Our goal is to provide a complete adventure or get-away experience for our guests,” Campbell added.

A variety of packages are available that seek to provide 4-star quality at an affordable price.  The “Winter Adventure” offers two nights of accommodation, complementary breakfast, and a 3-course dinner for two at a cost of $289.  Dominion Hill also has a variety of rooms, suites and cottages with complementary breakfast and dining options.  Romance, Birthday, Anniversary and Girl’s Getaway packages are available.

Dominion Hill began in 1928 as an elegant estate for the publishers of The Saturday Evening Post and Ladies’ Home Journal.  All of the buildings were renovated in 2017-2019 to create a country inn with accommodations, food service, fun amenities, and a beautiful wedding and meeting venue.

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