Famous Illinois Inn Invites You to Come Fulfill Your Movie Dreams This Holiday Season
Do you recognize this famous Illinois inn that is all dressed up in its holiday best?
It's The Cherry Tree Inn Bed & Breakfast in Woodstock, Illinois that is most famously known for being prominently featured throughout the1993 movie Groundhog Day starring Bill Murray!
Guests from all over the world regularly book stays in the Inn's Magnolia Room, which is the same room Bill Murray stayed in for many Groundhog Day scenes like this...
The Cherry Tree Inn Bed & Breakfast is also well known for its groundhog-friendly hospitality, things to do, and GREAT food, which is probably why the historic inn will likely be featured in another movie soon!
A recent Cherry Tree Inn event posting says;
We have some great news...we just might be featured in a special Holiday movie airing next year & that's all I have to say about that...for now!
I'm assuming they can't let any more movie news out of the bag yet, but that doesn't mean they can't throw a party to celebrate!
Christmas Movie Wrap Party at The Cherry Tree Inn Bed & Breakfast
On Wednesday, December 14, 2022, from 7 to 10 p.m. The Cherry Tree Inn Bed & Breakfast will be hosting a special Christmas Movie Wrap Party that will feature holiday cocktails and tons of movie fun!
Here's how the event is explained on Facebook;
Dress up like you're going to be in a Christmas Movie, plaid suits, ugly sweaters, flannel & overalls...be fun & create your persona! A handful of special guests will receive a character packet much like a murder mystery dinner. As the "movie plays out" supporting characters that really get into it will receive awards. Everyone must bring a gently used, classic, cool, or regifted wrapped item for White Elephant style swap.
Tickets to Cherry Tree Inn's Christmas Movie Wrap Party are $75 each and include two cocktails or wine, appetizers, and a buffet. Only 25 tickets will be sold for this event so you better buy them now while you still can because it sounds super fun!
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