Fall is one of those great times of year to visit the Featherbed Railroad. The daytime temperatures still can hit the 80s with night temperatures dropping down into the low 50s - perfect snuggling temperature. You drive around and smell the wineries crushing grapes which is such a beautiful perfume in the air. It's funny to think of even writing such a post because when I lived in Southern California there were two seasons - summer and not summer. That was it.
With this Fall business we get to do things like go in corn mazes at the local farm, watch the vineyards change from a lush green to an incredible golden rust color. It's really pretty. While our summer availability is pretty tight, we've got plenty of rooms available in the Fall - even weekend reservations are usually no problem.
Whether you believe in the supernatural or not, the editors of USA Today once again cast the specter of fame on the Featherbed Railroad as they announced our being one of the 10 Best Places to Sleep with a g-g-ghost. Does that make us a haunted bed and breakfast?
Some folks think that all this talk of haunting and spooks is a bunch of ridiculous nonsense. Indeed we have hundreds of people who stay in our popular Celebrations room every year, and nobody mentioned seeing anything out of the ordinary.
The Featherbed Railroad has been a popular spot for group getaways for some time; however, we've really picked up on the number of groups that come stay with us recently. In response, we've stepped up our own game to improve the experience our group guests have.
We are able to arrange some nifty packages and journeys and even group discounts. We've got some great ideas for keeping your group entertained while they're here.
Furthermore, if you're doing a team building or business getaway we are thrilled to work with you to put together team building exercises either right here on the property or around the area.
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