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Irish Hollow Innkeeper's Blog

Daffodils... the first sign of Spring, and this year still the only evidence that the Primavera might actually arrive one day!  Somehow, their yellow seems like the most beautiful yellow ever, as they pop up and stand proud against the elements.  Every year, we add several hundred of the bulbs to the gardens at th... Read Entry
Autumn..... Somehow as soon as the season arrives, we begin to crave pumpkin, stew, and APPLES!  At our Autumn Harvest Dinner, we have been serving a great version of our RUSTIC APPLE TART for dessert.  I have been adding Figs and Dried Cranberries for a gorgeous Fall flavor!  At Dinner, we make individual ... Read Entry
Nothing like an early morning, late September frost on the pumpkin patch.... long rays of first sunlight, coffee in hand. It is at this very moment that I am reminded that pumpkin is my favorite shape.  And how thrilling the heirloom blue pumpkins are!  Somehow the transition of the seasons is made complete by the... Read Entry
Autumn is here.... along with all of the usual signs:  Gorgeous scapes of browns and oranges, the aroma of apple pie and crackling fires, the sound of country fairs and crunching leaves, and the flavors of the Irish Hollow Autumn Harvest Dinner! &nbs... Read Entry
We are thrilled to announce that The Inn will be featured in the Holiday issue of Midwest Living Magazine.  Have not had the opportunity to read the complete article, yet.... but from our conversations, it appears as though they will be publishing th... Read Entry