December 23, 2009

Ladies Night Inn


Ladies Night Inn
January 8th & 9th, 2010


An evening of inspiration, relaxation and rejuvenation

For pricing details and reservations, ask for the Ladies Night Inn Package, which includes:

  • A nights stay at the Inn starting at $99 (priced for 2 people per room, $10 for each additional person) and $60 per person for activities plus tax
  • Dessert and Hors D’oeuvres buffet Friday evening & Saturday morning brunch
  • Gourmet cooking class with local celebrity Chef Victor's
  • One mini spa treatment
  • Jewelry making class with Rita Esbenshade
  • Late evening & early morning water aerobics with Jenny Wehr
To book reservations call 330-482-5050 or toll free at 1-866-482-5050

December 8, 2009

NEW YEAR’S EVE FAMILY NIGHT 2009

December 31, 2009-January 1, 2010

Celebrate the New Year with friends and family at the Inn. Our New Years Eve Package includes everything your looking for in a fun, inclusive safe environment.

¨ A nights stay at the Inn starting at $159 (priced for 2 people per room
¨ Dessert and Hors D’oeuvres buffet with chocolate fountain
¨ DJ to host dancing contests, karaoke and games
¨ Pool and whirlpool open until 2:00a.m.
¨ Ball drop at Time Square and Auld Lang Syne
¨ Sauerkraut & kielbasa served at midnight

Book your package now with a front desk associate: (330) 482-5050 or toll free 1-866-482-5050

October 21, 2009

FREE SHOWCASE AND GRAND OPENING AT DUTCH VILLAGE INN


The public is invited to a "Special Occasion and Event Showcase" on Saturday, November 14, from 10 am to 4 pm at Das Dutch Village Inn, 150 East State Route 14 in Columbiana.

The event is being held to celebrate the grand opening of Das Dutch Village Inn's newest service, "The Dutch Tulip," providing fine florals and event decorating & rentals for all occasions.

The Dutch Tulip, located on the banquet level of the Inn, joins the growing joint businesses of the Dutch Village at State Route 14 and the South Avenue Extension, which includes the Inn, Das Dutch Haus Restaurant and the Dutch Village Shops.

The free showcase in the Grand Banquet Hall will include table exhibits, food- tasting stations and will feature numerous decorating themes and food ideas for banquets, weddings, parties and other special events.

Decorated cakes from Das Dutch Haus Restaurant, special food and beverage offerings from the Dutch Village Inn and Horst Packing, and a chocolate fountain will be featured.

Das Dutch Haus Restaurant and the Dutch Village Shops will be open during the event and grand-prize drawings will be held at the Inn for seasonal floral gift certificates and free gift baskets filled with items from the gift shops.

Guests will be able to tour the Inn's decorated rooms, suites and banquet areas.

The performers of 34West, the Inn's onsite dinner theater company, will be on hand to welcome guests and provide upcoming show schedules.

Staff from Inn's Event Department will also be available to offer the latest in event-planning tips, trends & party ideas and to set appointments for future events.

Special discounts will be offered on floral orders and events booked during the open house.

For more information, contact Das Dutch Village Inn toll-free at 866-482-5050

July 1, 2009

A Hotel For Birds


True to the hospitality industry, Das Dutch Village Inn expanded its customer base to a new species: the Purple Martin, a member of the Swallow family of birds.
Located in the east lawn by the Inn's gazebo, this birdhouse strikingly resembles the fa├žade of the Inn. A statuesque pole leads the eye to the custom built stark white traditional Purple Martin birdhouse with an antenna-shaped perch stretching from its roofline.

A drive through Amish country, Ohio inspired Owner Ralph Witmer to reinstate his hobby as Purple Martin Landlord. "I was just outside Wooster Ohio when I saw several Purple Martin houses along a farm just off the highway, so I pulled in and found that the owner of the houses actually built them himself," said Witmer.

Purple Martin Colonies are common in Amish and farming communities for their benefit of insect maintenance. The largest of the Swallow family, Purple Martins feed on insects in flight, such as mosquitoes, during summer breeding in eastern North America.

Identified by its pointed wingspan, acrobatic gliding and males' bluish black glossy color, guests of the Inn can stroll out to the gazebo for the unique bird watching this songbird provides. Ask for a room in the back of the hotel and you may be able to open your window on a summer evening to hear its song.

Purple Martins nest uniquely in colonies - one house with multiple nests for multiple pairs of martins. These birds pair monogamously and breed in the summer, choosing nesting locations to return to every year provided they are well maintained by the landlords.


For more information on Purple Martins go to Purple Martin Conservation Association and Cornell's Lab of Ornithology.

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June 17, 2009

Tour of the Valley Race


Das Dutch Village Inn is proud to participate in the first Tour of the Valley race happening July 10-12, 2009; what we hope to become an annual event. We are offering 10% off the room rate for all registered bicyclists during their stay for this event.

We've always felt that this community is an undiscovered treasure; the well-cared for beautiful surrounding terrain is easily accessible with little traffic congestion.

This event consists of 17 races over three days and four area cities, offering $12,500 in cash prizes. On the second day the Road Race will be held at the circle in Columbiana, OH.

Let us know if you're planning on attending by RSVP-ing to the event on the Inn's Facebook page and we will keep you up to date on our related activities for that day.

For more information and to register as a cyclist contact Carbon Racing.