Brrr! Baby it’s cold outside! Bedford Landings Bed & Breakfast became a winter wonderland last week. Yes, and it was beautiful…for awhile. Today is the first day above freezing since it snowed last Friday (January 6th). When it first starts snowing, it is so pretty and exciting to see, to watch the birds at the feeders, and build a nice warm fire. But now it can melt. Please melt!
Here are a few of our winter wonderland photos from Bedford Landings.
Speaking of Winter Wonderland, there is a new painting hanging in Bedford Landings called “First Snow.” Marie Campbell, our in-house artist for the next several months is displaying lovely rural, landscape, and lake scenes including these titles:
April in Virginia, Sheepwatchers, After the Storm, Big Blue (Heron), View from Claytor Farm, Out on a Limb, White House in the Blue Ridge, and Man’s Best Friend.
Marie grew up in Upstate New York taking courses in art at St. Lawrence College in Brockville, Ontario, Canada. She then studied plein air painting under Henry Vyfinkle along the St. Lawrence River. She loves to paint nature and landscapes. She is a member of Art Visions (located on Scruggs Road at Smith Mountain Lake). You can see more of her work on her blog:
Or, just come stay with us or stop in to see what she has on display at Bedford Landings.
Jack and I welcome you to make Bedford Landings your Winter Wonderland Getaway! You can enjoy a nice warm fire, a convenient hot tub, a cozy theater room with an over 300 movie selections, and scrumptious breakfasts.
If you reserve in January, we’ll include a bottle of bubbly champagne for your enjoyment! Just say you saw it on the blog!
We are planning to take a cooking class (closed January 27) at the Culinaria Cooking School in Northern Virginia to see if we can get some new tips and ideas. But all other days in January are open for your stay!