Sunday, January 10, 2016

House of Sweets


At a lovely New England landmark, The Red Lion Inn, in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, each Christmas season is sweetened by a first class candy house.

It's shown in the photos in today's post.

It's always located in the lovely dining room of the old inn and is quite  sight for all guests and visitors.



Lunch at the inn for our household is usually only a once or twice a year deal since it's quite expensive.

But oh, Christmas is one of those times and it is such a treat.

There will be a post on our lunch in the coming week so, if interested, stay tuned.


On this second Sunday in January, may you have a "sweet" day, filled with all good things.

HAVE YOU EVER MADE A CANDY HOUSE?

10 comments:

agatek said...

They are sweet !! Regards

Chatty Crone said...

No I haven't but it sure looks very sweet. I remember the Red Lion Inn. Glad you got to go.

Debbie said...

My grandchildren make gingerbread houses every Christmas!
They would LOVE to see this!! Thank you for sharing...I had to catch my breath when I saw your photo! Wow!
Debbie

diane.stetson said...

I'm not a fan of sweets but the house is gorgeous. There is one like it in Sturbridge Village also located in Massachusetts. I love the Red Lion Inn.

Simple and serene living Laura Walker said...

Wow, that candy house is amazing. xo Laura

Stephanie said...

WOW! What an incredible candy house :) My son, husband, and I made a little one before Christmas, but it doesn't even compare to this one {{smiles}} Hugs to you!

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Wow! That is some sweet creation! :)

CIELO said...

It's so pretty... and very creative

Cielo

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Amazing and no , I have never made a candy house.... Would love to try my hand at it some day!
Hugs,
Deb

Babs said...

The snow is soooo real looking. I wonder how long it took to make.

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