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Sister property to Normandy Farm Hotel and Conference Center, the Blue Bell Country Club in Blue Bell, PA


One such location is the Blue Bell Inn and Bluestone Country Club, where Alicia Maestas is the director of sales.


"Our properties are centrally located in Montgomery County, in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, just minutes from routes 476, 276, 202 and 73,” she explains. “With ample free parking, multiple room options, and a culinary team known for amazing creativity, holiday parties are a natural fit into our hospitality venue. Party goers have the oppor- tunity to experience an ambiance within the suburbs that had come to be expected only within the confines of Center City. The Blue Bell Inn, and our sister property, Bluestone Country Club, both have seen multi-million-dol- lar renovations over the past two years."


"We take a boutique approach to all of our hospitality events; meaning no need for pre-printed packages. We design our events around our client’s desired end result; literally no two events can ever be the same,” Maestas adds.


Guests can enjoy the view of the rolling hillsides at The Country House at Bluestone while lounging under the covered patio, or warm up with a beverage in hand by the firepit at either location.


During the holiday season, Blue Bell Inn covers its out- door patio with a fully draped and lit event space that is one-of-a-kind and exclusively available for a few weeks out of the year. “Between both venues, we are able to


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