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clays), scenic views, three sets of waterfalls, mountain biking, tennis, lawn bowling, archery, rock climbing and paintball, atten- dees will find plenty to do. Indoor and out- door swimming pools, lake swimming and an exercise room are a perfect way to gear up for meetings or to unwind at the end of a long day.


Indulge in the whirlpool at the Skyview Spa, or enjoy a complete menu of spa treat- ments with massages ranging from Swedish and deep tissue to reflexology and sports massage.


European facials, wraps,


manicures and pedicures will leave guests feeling revived, or they can relax in the Quiet Room and take in mountain views.


Attendees won’t want to miss the Adventure Center at Skytop and the recent addition of the Tree Top Adventure Course Skytop, which offers outstanding team building opportunities.


The Tree Top Adventure is an elevated obstacle course suspended securely


SELECT REGISTRY = Small Retreats


Select Registry offers six owner-operated boutique Inns located within driving distance of the DC metro region. Our properties are excellent for meetings for 12 to 100. Previous group customers include Pfizer, The Smithsonian, and Proctor & Gamble.


Uniquely situated and designed, each Inn offers excellent meeting space options...complimentary wireless, full-course breakfast, and meeting space are included in the room rates.


Book a meeting for 2012 by 4/1 and receive a complimentary one hour welcome reception!


Select Registry is a collection of 350+ boutique Inns. Each Inn meets quality standards set by the Registry, and is audited for inclusion annually. Visit us at www.selectregistry.com and see our Planning an Event tab. Contact Jim Miller at jimmillerand@earthlink.net or 603-512-7934


Mid-Atlantic EVENTS Magazine 47


Savage River Lodge • Frostburg, MD Inn at Riverbend • Pearisburg, VA Wedmore Place • Williamsburg, VA Mercersburg Inn • Mercersburg, PA The Bellmoor • Rehoboth Beach, DE The Hope & Glory Inn • Irvington, VA


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