Thursday, February 12, 2009

Which Would You Choose?

So scuttlebutt is that the Inn BoonsBoro, a fabu new bed and breakfast in Boonsboro, MD, opens next week. You may have heard of the owner -- name's Nora Roberts -- or the fact that a year ago it survived a fire caused by a defective propane tank, requiring them to start over on the renovations.

But survive it did, and the doors open on Tuesday.

I like the idea of locally-made soaps and lotions. I love the fact that an author I like and respect owns it.

But what I adore? Each of the rooms (except for the Penthouse) is named and decorated after a romantic couple from literature.

The problem, though, would be choosing which room to book. Think I could convince my hubby to travel to MD with me and room-hop our way through the entire Inn? :)


If you were staying in Nora's Inn BoonsBoro, which room would you choose? Post your answer in the comments by Sunday midnight. One winner will be selected at random to win a set of six wine charms, all heart-decorated in honor of Valentine's Day (and the uber-romantic Inn BoonsBoro, too!).

The Options:

Nick and Nora from The Thin Man

Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth from Pride and Prejudice

Jane and Rochester from Jane Eyre

Marguerite and Percy from The Scarlet Pimpernel

Titania and Oberon from Midsummer Night's Dream

Buttercup and Westley from The Princess Bride

Eve and Roark from the In Death series


Jane said...

I would choose the Nick and Nora room. Maybe we could solve a mystery during our stay.

kat1reader said...

No question - Princess Buttercup and her stable boy. After all, he came back after being "mostly" dead...

EdgesAngel23 said...

I would definitely pick the Buttercup and Westley room!! It has to be one of the most romantic stories I have ever heard...I just love that movie!!
Ashley A

donnas said...

They all sound so nice but I would pick the Eve and Roarke room.

LJ White said...

Titania and Oberon is my favourite room. I love the bathtub. :)

robynl said...

Marguerite and Percy room is mine; a crystal bowl vessel sink and the multi-jet tub had me at once. Lovely rooms to be sure. I love the flat screen TV's.

Daun Ann said...

It would have to be for me Titania and Oberon room, the room and bathroom are to die for.

Maia Strong said...

The man and I agree that we'd book the Nick and Nora room: lots of martinis and a cute dog! Oh, and they're snappy dressers, too.