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Tesla Destination Charging Now Offered as an Ammenity for Guests

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normandyfarmlogo TEAMS UP WITH TESLA MOTORS
Tesla Destination Charging now offered as new amenity for guests

April 28, 2015 – Blue Bell, PA – Normandy Farm Hotel has teamed up with Tesla Motors to become the first hotel in the Greater Philadelphia area to provide an increasingly desirable amenity; Tesla Destination Charging. Tesla High Power Wall Connectors add 58 miles of range per hour to Model S, charging the vehicle overnight and replicating the convenience Tesla owners are accustomed to at home.

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Sharing Montco’s Best Sunday Brunch with Mom is the Mother’s Day gift that gives back!

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We are just 3 weeks away from Mother’s Day. How will you spoil Mom? Treat her to a 3-course prix fixe dinner experience here at “the farmer’s daughter” and enjoy some of Chef Abu Mtele’s newest spring creations such as Grilled Watermelon Salad, Seared Dayboat Scallops, & Vanilla Fudge Baked Alaska.

dayboat scallops

Prices starting at just $39pp.
Reservations at 215-616-8108
Full menu HERE

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A Checklist For Planning Your Next Big Meeting

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In theory, everyone understands that preparation can make or break an important meeting. The more work you do before you walk into the room, the more productive and efficient you’ll be. But who has the time to properly prepare? Our checklist makes meeting prep quick and easy—be sure to print it out or save it for later.

Click HERE to view checklist/full article.

 

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Why You Want to Cozy Up with the farmer’s daughter

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town-dish-logo by Nina Malone on March 9, 2015

Sex and the City’s Carrie Bradshaw would be proud. Not just of the cocktails, the ambiance and the cuisine at the farmer’s daughter bar & restaurant, but of its attitude. Its swagger. Its GNO vibe.

Those who work at the Normandy Farm Hotel that houses the farmer’s daughter refer to the restaurant with the feminine pronoun, since she’s the culinary cornerstone of the historic property. She’s also everybody’s everything, offering tempting meals in the farm-chic dining space, liquid delights at the bar, good times in the late night lounge and catering for any number of weddings and galas, corporate events and meetings and intimate parties.

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