The Essex Inn is once again honored to be showcased in the news. Kim and Pam Ladd visited the inn and wrote a well-rounded article that was released yesterday in The Adirondack Almanac. The article, “High Peaks Happy Hour: Essex Inn, Essex” describes the design and renovation of the inn as well as how it fits in with life in Essex.
The writers comment about how the inn was purchased by Karen and Rick Dalton for use by College for Every Student (CFES), but how in the process it was again made into an inn and restaurant that is now wonderfully managed by Gladys and Josh Archer. The article also highlights the recent events at the inn, like the weekly happy hour and the recent Kentucky Derby party, and mentions some other events planned for this summer. All told it gives a delightful glimpse into a landmark of Essex on Lake Champlain.
“The town of Essex has a coastal New England charm, from the centuries old brick homes and diagonal street parking, to the waterfront buildings in colors to rival the Atlantic coast. The Essex Inn, grand in comparative scale to the federal and Greek revival style architecture that defines the hamlet, is the centerpiece of Essex. With a full-length front porch, imposing white columns and freshly painted yellow siding, the Essex Inn’s cheerful facade is warm and inviting…” [Continue reading the full article in The Adirondack Almanack.]
- Essex Inn Mother’s Day Dinner (www.essexonlakechamplain.com)
- Essex Inn Photo Contest (www.essexonlakechamplain.com)
- Essex Inn Fridays (www.essexonlakechamplain.com)
- College for Every Student (www.essexonlakechamplain.com)