Perfect December Getaway

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Source: Mountain View Management

In 1907, the Mountain View Hotel in beautiful Centennial, WY was known to be the “Pride of Centennial” as well as the “finest and best equipped” hotel in the west. Over 100 years later, guests here still find the hotel to be just as cheerful, comfortable, and homelike as before. Through the past few months, we have closed our doors for remodeling and are excited to announce we will be opening them again on December 8th! We’d like to invite you and your family to join us in Centennial as we celebrate the holidays.

Here’s what’s happening this month at the Mountain View Hotel, Café and Coffee Roaster:

16th Annual Christmas in Centennial Celebration and Breakfast with Santa | Saturday, Dec. 8th, 2018

Plan to head out and join us for this special day-long event of gift and craft shopping, horse drawn wagon rides (weather permitting), Christmas caroling, and more! The day will be beginning with two seatings of Breakfast with Santa (reservation only) at our very own Café starting at 8:30 a.m.  For more information and to secure your family’s reservation, please call us at (307) 742-3588 today!

Mountain View Café Re-Opening! | Sunday, Dec. 9th, 2018| 7:00 am to Noon

We invite you and your family to join us for our re-opening of the Café on Dec. 9th, as well as throughout the winter and upcoming spring, to happily serve you homemade, signature dishes almost each day of the week. You can get your hands on our customer favorite Salmon Omelet or our freshly served-in-a-skillet Cinnamon Rolls again, along with a brand-new lunch menu!

Café Hours of Operation beginning December 14th, 2018:

Open 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday – Saturday and 7 a.m.-Noon on Sundays. Closed Mondays and on Christmas Day. We welcome you to give us a call before heading out to let us know you’re on the way!

New Blog, Exclusive Deals, and More!

We are excited to announce that we have started the Mountain View Hotel Blog back up and want to interact with you, you’ve not only been our guest in the past, but you are also part of the Mountain View Family!   Join us through the coming months to read our blog where we will be talking about great Snowy Range adventure ideas, updates about the hotel and café, and exclusive hotel booking deal offerings!

We are very excited to get this started and hope you will enjoy our content!

 

December Blog Deal Offering:

Receive 10% off 2 nights in our newly remodeled Wild Flower Suite!**

Code: December Blog

** Must book by 12/20/2018. Blackout dates do exist. For more information and to book your room, please call us at (307) 742-3588 and mention this blog’s code

 

Written by Brianna “Bri” Arnbrecht | http://mountainadventurer307.com/

Christmas Tree Hunting

I am 54 and for the first time in my life, I went to the forest to hunt our tree. Mostly for the Christmas in Centennial Celebration, but also for my In-Laws coming for the Holiday’s. I am not a big Christmas celebrator, however it always reminds me of my Mother.

So out to the Medicine Bow National Forest with our tree permit in tow. We drive up about 6 miles from our Hotel and find a spot along the road to park, then gather the tools needed a saw, an axe and a camera. We begin the trek in (you must be at least 500′ from the road). Only 5 minutes in a we find the gem. As I start to chop the tree a feeling of peace comes over me. The sound of the silent forest, the crisp air and thoughts of days gone by(Mom). It was really surreal and serene, with a hint of nostalgic folklore. I was raised in the inner city and we always just went to the lot up the street to get a tree, this was like a whole new world. Out in the forest with the forest spirits and my wonderful wife(with Mom over watching). The tree falls to the forest floor or blanketed  snow covering. Handing the tools off, I grab the trunk and start to drag up the hill and then down back to the road. This task also brings feelings of accomplishment and nostalgia. On the road we load the tree in the truck and head back to trim and put up the tree. With a nice cup of Hot Chocolate. themountainviewhotel.com

 

I highly recommend Christmas Tree Hunting in the forest.