Yes, it has snowed. A lot. While your innkeepers can get to town, so far only a tractor can reach the Cottage on the Knoll. We had about 10″ on 2/21 and around 14″ more on 2/26-7. We need some melting and a lot more work before we’ll be open for business.
It’s January, and the bucks that survived deer season are shedding their antlers. It’s a great time to walk the game trails and creeks to look for them. A perfect activity for your weekend at the Cottage on the Knoll at Cedarcroft Farm.
Since Valentine’s Day (Feb 14) falls on a Thursday, the price for Wednesday night (2/13), Thursday night (2/14) or Friday night (2/15) will be $229 + tax, including a dozen roses. Normal price & policies apply for Saturday, 2/16.
Fall is here. Many of the leaves have already dropped, but the shingle oaks will hold most of theirs until spring. You can now see into the woods in many area, and the deer are moving. Soon the smell of wood smoke will be in the air at Cedarcroft!
We are pleased to announce that our new website is now live, with a new color scheme and easier navigation. Please visit www.cedarcroft.com to see our changes (new pricing, too)!
Yes, mobile devices can now get basic information about us. We have a 4-page mobile site on the new InnsMobile Directory. Here’s the link. The QR code should take you to the directory.
We’ll also have a completely new website in a few months!
We’ve had a late cancellation for the weekend of Feb 19, 2012. If you’re looking for a bargain, we’re offering 20% off for the weekend (that’s a $100 savings!) for that weekend only. Please visit our website, www.cedarcroft.com for links to the availability program. It’s best to call first, then make the reservation on-line – mention the discount in “remarks.”.
Here’s what’s happening at Cottage on the Knoll at Cedarcroft Farm, Warrensburg, Missouri’s romantic hideaway: With all the rain this Spring, all the meadows and plantings got off to a great start. The coneflowers and daylillies are starting to bloom, along with the wild milkweeds (have you ever smelled a milkweed flower? Very fragrant). Bill mowed the trails in the back 40 again, and the woods trails west of Bear Creek.
Yes, we’re pretty well booked for the next 6 weeks, but plenty of space thereafter. Come see us!