Package ideas needed

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Missouri law is that you can only server breakfast, unless you have an inspection.  Be careful!

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I can only think of a Mother-Daughter stay to be part of the package. But you will probably already attact them to the event. I am sure you contacted homeschool groups and the local library (who knows it may be someone's bday? and this may be the perfect getaway for them!)

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FYI,

the top pic in the poster is our parlor at Christmas (so perfect for this event).

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How much is the tea? Are there other things happening with fees?

Any package should have 3 or more components so the purchaser cannot factor out the cost of each item. So I would use $120 as the room rate for the package (regardless of room), add the price of the tea, add the cost of the other activity with an admission, and a cheese plate or flowers  or chocolates or something special you can do easily (and cheaply) and add another $10 or $20 for your time to do it and the total is the cost of the package. The cost of the room is found on your web site, the cost of the tea is publicized, so you need a couple things they cannot put a price tag on.

When I did dinners - if they knew I was charging $25-30 per plate they may have balked at the price of the package but because it was rolled into the room, packed lunch, turn-by-turn routing for site-seeing (intellectual property is worth a fee), and dinner, it was a bargain.

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