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Texas Hill Country: A Thanksgiving Day Feast

October 11th, 2012 by Michael Schneider

Wild Turkey

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, a time when friends and families come together to give thanks for the year’s bounty. This is a favorite holiday for many, yet it can be stressful for folks who enjoy gathering together many people but don’t feel up to the task of hosting.

 

Does this sound like you? Swap the traditional Thanksgiving dinner at Grandma’s and come for a Blair House Thanksgiving getaway where cooking and cleaning are abandoned for gourmet fare and a relaxing strolls on our twenty-two acres. Chef Chris will prepare a gourmet feast that will leave you more than satisfied! Why not celebrate in the Texas Hill Country? Make this a new holiday tradition and book your reservations. This is not a secret anymore so available space will fill quickly!

Thanksgiving Spread

Enjoy the bounty of the Texas Hill Country and make a trip out it. Visit the many local wineries and vineyards, look through the shops and galleries in the Square, or take a country drive and enjoy the fall foliage. The Emily Ann Theatre will be hosting the Trail of Lights, stroll along a walking trail through 8 acres of lighted displays decorated by more than 100 local businesses, community groups and families. Enjoy complimentary hot chocolate and live entertainment (weather permitting). A perfect ending to your Thanksgiving weekend. The Hill Country has something for everyone.

 

Relax and rejuvenate at the our new Day Spa. You can choose from one of our many massage services listed on our Spa menu. This is the perfect way to pamper yourself and feel rested and renewed.

 

The Blair House Inn will be hosting a Thanksgiving Day five-course gourmet dinner on Thursday, November 22, 2012. Stay tuned for the complete menu, we will post it on our website two weeks prior to Thanksgiving Day. We’d love for you to come stay and join us for dinner! Book Now!

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