Monday, November 28, 2011

Cyber Monday Plus

To celebrate this holiday season, Blueberry Cove Inn is offering you a 15% discount on any gift certificates purchased in the amount of $100.00 or more between now and December 1, 2011. That's right; a $100.00 gift certificate for only $85.00. No restrictions. Buy now for Christmas gifts or think ahead and purchase gift certificates for upcoming birthday or anniversary gifts. Planning on visiting us again? Who says you can't purchase a gift certificate for your future visit?

You must mention this cyber special to receive the discount.

We appreciate your business, and hope you have a safe and happy Holiday Season.

Friday, November 25, 2011

Holiday Open House to Benefit NHS Athletic Booster Club

The public is invited to a Holiday Open House at Blueberry Cove Inn featuring a Pampered Chef cookware sale, Wine Tasting and Silent auction. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Narragansett High School Athletic Booster Club.

The event will take place on Sunday, December 4, 2011 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM at the Blueberry Cove Inn, 75 Kingstown Road, Narragansett, RI.

The Wine Tasting is co-sponsored by Catherine Patric of the Pier’s newest restaurant, Soho, and Pier Liquors. The Silent Auction has been organized by members of the Booster Club.

Admission donations ($5 suggested) will benefit the Booster Club. Among other activities, the Club helps pay for uniforms, sports equipment and scholarships for the student athletes.

For more information contact Seely Gerraughty at the inn, 401-792-9865 or via e-mail,

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Small Business Saturday

Blueberry Cove Inn will offer 10% off any gift certificate purchased on November 26th. Plan ahead for those visiting relatives! Open year round, whirlpools and fire places for those romantic winter get-aways, four blocks from the Town Beach for summer fun.

Friday, November 18, 2011

Shopping to Help Narragansett High School

There are shoppers and then there are SHOPPERS. You know the type: they respond well to advertising, they consider themselves to be "fashionistas," and they don't mind when someone calls them "Imelda" after looking at their closet floor. No matter which category you fall into the Narragansett PTO has a great opportunity for you to do some holiday shopping and help the Narragansett High School at the same time.

Tomorrow is the second annual Mariner Marketplace - Holiday Shopping Event & Gourmet Food Extravaganza  from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the high school, 245 South Pier Road. It will feature 60 vendors, a raffle for wonderful items donated by local businesses (including one of those Blueberry Cove Inn robes that you have been coveting), a drop off spot for the Marine's Toys for Tots program, and a community service event sponsored by the Narragansett Police Department for the prevention of drunk driving. They will also check the installation of any child safety seat in your car and offer fingerprinting service for child safety.

So come on down, do some shopping, walk on the beach, eat some seafood, spend the night (mention this blog and I'll give new bookings an additional $15 off of our already reasonable winter rate this weekend) and feel good shopping for a cause.