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For Retreat Venue Owners
Would you like to be listed on this page? Are you interested in a feature article with links to your booking site? Send an email with information about your location and we’ll create a 400-500 word post about what you have to offer the hand-crafting community. We’ll either connect through email or phone, because I’d love to get to know you and how you are connected to this artistic/crafting community!
This is currently a FREE publicity offering for retreat venue owners.
I’ll keep it casual, but here are some types of questions that I typically ask in the retreat destination interview. First we’ll start with a little background about your venue. What makes it the perfect destination for a Crochet Getaway?
How did you get started as a business owner in the hospitality industry?
What’s unique about your business, your town, or your general region?
Logistics – The address, of course. How many guests can you accommodate? Is this a “day” venue or do you offer overnight lodging? What about food? Is there food service on site? If not, let’s talk about local restaurant options for your guests. Let’s connect and grow together!
These are retreat venues that I have visited along with B&B’s, inns, hotels, and community gathering spaces recommended by our Crochet Getaway digital community. This page was most recently updated in October 2019.
Retreat Venues Directory
Sommerville Court, 287 Ross Street, Lucknow, Ontario NOG 2HO, Canada – Retreat and Lodging Destination. Ask for Brenda. Read more about this wonderful location in a Milesgeek article, authored by my friends at Voyage Writers.
1906 Lodge – 1060 Adella Avenue, Coronado, California. My time in Coronado was relaxing and refreshing. Learn more about “the Plunge” in this article, published on Milesgeek.com.
Alabama State Parks are ideal for crochet retreats. I’ve visited three of these parks and want to visit others. The CCC cabins are constructed of natural stone and the care in the parks is evident at every turn. Read about Cheaha State Park, Joe Wheeler State Park, and Monte Sano State Park in this article published on Short Weeks-Long Weekends. Learn even more about Cheaha State Park in central Alabama, as published on Travel Post Monthly.
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