COLUMBIA, MD - April 21 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- The Inn at Peralynna Manor, a small Maryland Luxury Inn, is voted by guests and recognized by Arrington's Inn Traveler Magazine, "Best Overall Bed and Breakfast/Inn in North America 2006." For the past two years, 2005 and 2006, Peralynna has taken top honors in competition with 33,000 Inns and B&B's in the US and Canada. In 2004, Peralynna was recognized by Arrington's as "Best Inn in the USA."
The European-styled Country Manor Inn is conveniently located between Washington D.C., Annapolis and Baltimore, MD. While giving the appearance of an historic building, most visitors are surprised to learn that Peralynna was designed and built by the owners, Cynthia and David Lynn and their son, Brandon Kemplin, in 1996. Having recently expanded to 20,000 sq. ft, Peralynna offers a range of accommodation choices including luxurious spa suites and thoughtfully designed, easy-access, ADA compliant suites.
Peralynna is successfully serving both the upscale Corporate as well as the Leisure Travel markets. With an average 63% repeat customer rate and 95% average occupancy, the Lynn's have obviously combined all the ingredients necessary for a successful "Boutique-style" Inn. Each suite has been individually designed incorporating the finest Italian linens, marble floors and counters, crystal light fittings, tapestries, Oriental floor rugs, steam showers, whirlpools, plasma TV's, cozy fireplaces and individual espresso makers.
Peralynna today announced the completion of the new Dream Spa Suites, just in time for Mother's Day Rest and Relaxation Packages. Peralynna has engaged Said Amintinat, highly regarded Peabody trained classical guitarist of international renown, to entertain guests most weekends.
Peralynna is a leading business in Howard County, MD, supporting many local non-profits and serving as an elegant venue for private and corporate functions. According to the Howard County Tourism Council, Peralynna has become a local landmark, due to the unique architecture and prominent location on Route 108. The Lynns have planted 5 Cherry Trees, in support of the Claudia Mayer Cancer Resource and Image Center's "Blossoms of Hope" Cherry Tree Project.
The 2 million dollar expansion and renovation of the Inn completes Ms Lynn's dream of re-creating her childhood home and sharing her dream house with family, friends and guests from near and far.
For reservations and events contact:
Kyra Kemplin, 410-715-4600, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Media Contact for Peralynna Properties:
Trish Budd, PR/Communications,