1795 Acorn Inn Bed and Breakfast (Canandaigua, New York)

Ski Bristol Mountain and Stay

January 28th, 2015 by insideout

Dates Offered: 11/1/2017 - 04/01/2018
Pricing Details: see below

Ski Bristol Mountain and Stay at the 1795 Acorn Inn. Two premiere properties that have joined forces to create the perfect winter getaway package. Bristol Mountain is the premiere Ski Resort in the Finger Lakes Region of Upstate New York.  The Mountain offers 1,200′ of vertical, two high speed quads and state of the art snow making capabilities. A variety of inclines are available for every skier from novice to expert. Whether skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, or zip lining, the mountain has it all. And, the views from the summit and the 35 slopes and trails are breathtaking. During night operation season, 96% of trails have lighting.

Thrilling winter adventure is almost always always a guarantee. The Mountain is less than five miles from the 1795 Acorn Inn. Whether an expert skier or a novice, the Mountain has everything you need… rentals, lessons, equipment shop, warm cafeteria and more. This year, begin or end your exhilarating day of skiing in luxury and comfort in this AAA Four Diamond Inn.  Ski Bristol Mountain and Stay at the 1795 Acorn Inn, a perfect match.

Ski Bristol Mountain and Stay

Let It Snow

Ski Bristol Mountain and Stay Package Price

Angell or Wilder Room: $310.00

Our Package price included overnight accommodations for two, full breakfast served at 9:00 am and all applicable taxes.

This package available Thursday through Sunday beginning as soon as Bristol Mountain opens in 2017 until Mountain closes sometime in March/April, 2018. Ask us about pricing during the Holidays, Holiday periods and Special Events ($331.48).  This package cannot be combined with other packages. There is a fourteen-day cancellation policy. Also, please do inform the Innkeeper you would like this Package if making a reservation by phone.

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