Topia Inn is committed to providing our guests with the healthiest and most sustainable lodging experience that we can. We believe that creating an ultra eco experience is an art and that with an artistic orientation the green aspects of the equation can make the experience even more luxurious. Our organic and nontoxic commitment encompasses our beds, linens, breakfast, bath and body care products, the building materials that include paints, stains, sealers, insulation, caulk, grout and more; our furnishings, and our operations so that there is nothing coming into the inn or leaving the inn that is toxic. In addition to our water saving measures like dual-flush toilets, rain barrels and a rain garden, we are secure in knowing that our laundry detergent and other cleaning products are nontoxic and none of the bath and body care products will add any pollutants to the water coming from the Inn. We have made a herculean effort to make sure that the furnishings coming into the Inn are all natural, biodegradable or recyclable, do not off gas anything hazardous and will compost should they eventually be discarded. Our buying policy favors recycled, rapidly renewable and natural, compostable, recyclable materials. We will not contribute to the pollution of our planet. We are also committed to sustainability in terms of power consumption with solar electric and biofuel for heat and hot water. Our HVAC systems and appliances are Energy Star and ultra efficient. We have invested in excellent insulation and windows so that the energy we do use is maximized. Our lighting is all LED except for a few accent lights. We are proud to be part of a network of green businesses so that when we buy food and other products we support the local farmer as often as possible, organic growing methods, Fair Trade, nontoxic material and products, recycling, ultra efficiency and a system of doing business that considers itself part of an ecosystem that attends to balance and ethics.
Shady Hollow Inn is a Vegetarian Bed and Breakfast in Historic South Dennis on Cape Cod. Throughout the Shady Hollow you will find Mission style furnishings, complemented by charming hooked rugs, and local artwork. We operate as a “green” inn and use natural cleaning and laundry products, recycle and compost, as well as grow our own organic vegetables. The Inn is situated on an acre of land with beautiful gardens and breezy spots overlooking the hollow and grounds. Each morning our chef prepares a full multi-course breakfast using the freshest, and when possible, locally grown, organic ingredients. In the summer, many of our herbs, greens and berries are harvested from our garden. Muffins, breads, or scones are baked fresh daily. Great care is taken to accommodate our guest’s dietary requests and we are happy to offer vegan breakfasts upon request. We guarantee you will enjoy a delicious and healthy start to your vacation day! When weather permits, we serve breakfast outside on the brick patio, surrounded by gorgeous gardens overlooking the hollow.
A Spravka24.info Bed & Breakfast located in beautiful Centerville Village • Close to Craigville Beach • Minutes to Hyannis and Island boats to Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard RATES: $125 per night requiring a two night stay on the week-ends Check-in-time 2:00PM Check-out-time 11:00AM Reservations: Expecting reservations two weeks in advance Payment: The requirement of a 50% deposit is to be made upon reservation and the remaining balance on arrival. For reservations call 508-778-0653 or 774-487-7691 Directions: Route 6 to exit 6, Right on 132, Right on Phinneys Lane, cross over Route 28, Right on Wilton Drive.
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