Saturday, September 8, 2012



Murder Mystery Dinner Train Lodging Package

It's Lights! Camera! Murder!


October 19, 20, 26, and 27, 2012
Come walk the blood red carpet and board the Conway Scenic Railroad

for a tantalizing evening of INTRIGUE, SUSPENSE... and HOMICIDE.

Everyone is "dying" to get an invite to the exclusive, A-list party given by one of Hollywood’s legendary hostesses. You’ve made the cut and your name is on the guest list so you get to wine, dine and schmooze with Hollywood’s elite after their night of accolades at the Academy Awards. The evening will be filled with drama. Careers will be made, secrets revealed and scandals broken. Oh, and a murder will be committed. With a VIP victim, and all the celebrities suspect, you and your fellow guests will be called upon to examine the web of lies and uncover the clues to expose the culprit and "crack" the red carpet caper. Murder Mystery performed by the Arts in Motion Theatre Company.

Murder Mystery Four-Course Dinner Menu ...

Preset: Crudite Platter served at each table
First Course: Lobster Bisque
Second Course: Grilled Seasonal Vegetable Gazpacho with
Avocado Citrus Chantilly and Parmesan Croutons

Entree: Choice of:
Grilled Rib Eye with Balsamic Herb Emulsion
Baked Stuffed Chicken with Prosciutto & Gruyere Cheese
Vegetarian Option: Black Bean Stuffed Portabella Mushroom with Roasted Red Pepper

All entrees served with Manchego Polenta Cake and Seasonal Vvegetable

Desserts: Trays of Mini Desserts served at each table

Murder Mystery Dinner Train Lodging Package includes...

Two nights lodging at the Buttonwood Inn (top ranked in Trip Advisor)
Full gourmet breakfast each morning
Afternoon tea with Paula's baked treats
Two tickets for the Murder Mystery Dinner Train ($100 per person including dinner)
NOTE: these tickets are non-refundable.
Free discount restaurant dining and shopping coupons
Use of our hot tub "under the stars" year-round

Call 1-800-258-2625 for rates reservations.

Friday, September 7, 2012

Buttonwood Inn Video

We had the good fortune recently of working with a videographer from the Conway Daily Sun. she captured the Inn, grounds, and a few of the rooms which were not occupied at the time. Hope you enjoy the show.

video