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Spring Menu

Our spring menu at the Indigo House is officially available, so we’re giving you a peek into what you can expect when you visit over the next few months. These recipes balance the delicate textures of cold-weather herbs, edible flowers, and peas with tried-and-true...

19 Staff Picks by the Nelson 151

When booking a place to stay, it can be hard to narrow down your options. Insert the Indigo House's 19 staff picks for things to do on the Nelson 151. We've tried and tested all the local spots so you can enjoy all the can't-miss, one-of-a-kind things. Added bonus:...

Life During the Off-Season

My husband and I wrapped up our first season as the innkeepers of our newly constructed, pet-friendly bed and breakfast in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Because we both work full-time and live close to a ski resort, we close for the winter. Like you, we...

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A Day Trip to Waynesboro, Virginia

A Day Trip to Waynesboro, Virginia

Located on the other side of the mountain, Waynesboro, Virginia is an easy day trip for tastings and shopping. Just 20 minutes from the Indigo, Waynesboro offers adventure, hiking, sightseeing, boutique shopping, and evening entertainment. All of our outdoorsy friends...

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What to do after you book your wedding venue

What to do after you book your wedding venue

One of the first steps to wedding planning is booking the venue. Congrats! You can check that one off the list. We're pleased that you chose to host your unforgettable day at the Indigo House. The gorgeous Blue Ridge Mountains and enchanting woods will make a dreamy...

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My Biggest Regret about Ruggable

My Biggest Regret about Ruggable

After years of these rugs showing up on social media feeds, designer blogs, and targeted ads, I finally broke down and bought a washable area rug from Ruggable. Then I bought five more. I do have one major regret...but we'll get to that in a minute.Let me give you an...

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Landscaping Update

Landscaping Update

There's something you should know about Stephanie. She kills plants.  Not all of them, but most of them. That's why we're so excited to share this week's update. The plants are still alive! Despite watering negligence and birds eating our first two rounds of grass...

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