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Member Travel Benefits

As an Alliance member, you have the exceptional benefit of full access to the leisure team at Williamsburg Travel Leaders, the 4th largest travel agency in Atlanta.  Travel experts Shirley Moser, Debbie Sutton, and Edith Kroland will help you with all of your travel needs, from airline tickets, to hotels, cruises, vacation packages, rental cars, and more. Once your travel is booked, we can help you find a reciprocal club in the area and tickets to a nearby sports arena or theatre! Call 770-261-8605 right away to plan your next trip!

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Biltmore Blooms
Welcome spring at its colorful finest! Acres of ever-changing blossoms weave a tapestry of colors across historic gardens designed by renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted. With Easter and Mother’s Day on the horizon, treat your loved ones to a beautiful display at Biltmore. To access exclusive Alliance rates, log on to the NAPC website and visit the Discounts page under “Member Central.”

Easter Brunch at The Inn
Sunday April 21 • 11:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Celebrate Easter and welcome spring with exquisite dining, inspired floral décor, and the elegance and world-class service for which The Inn is renowned. Linger after your meal and enjoy live piano music in the lobby or enjoy the lush mountain view from the Veranda. Reservations are required; call 800-411-3812.

Mother’s Day Brunch at The Inn
Sunday May 12 • 11:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Celebrate Mom on her special day at The Inn’s annual brunch prepared with the freshest seasonal ingredients. Bring your camera and capture this memorable day in front of a floral photo display beautifully embellished with a variety of colorful blooms. Reservations are required; call 800-411-3812.

A Moveable Feast Garden Party
Friday, May 17 • 6:30 p.m. Reception • 7:00 p.m. Dinner
Experience a unique dining event staged on the Rampe Douce overlooking the Biltmore House! Inspired by turn-of-the-century dining and our current exhibition, A Vanderbilt House Party–The Gilded Age, this seven-course feast showcases the talents of Biltmore’s chefs. Each course will be paired with one of Biltmore’s finest wines, hand-selected by Winemaker Sharon Fenchak. Enjoy this rare opportunity to dine al fresco in a spectacular setting. Reservations and advance payment required; call 800-211-9803 to reserve.


Visit One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World this Year and Celebrate its Centennial
A century ago, on February 26, 1919, Grand Canyon National Park was established when Congress heeded President Theodore Roosevelt’s call to protect one of America’s most iconic natural wonders. If a visit to the Grand Canyon is on your travel bucket list, this year is a great time to plan a trip.

While you can see the Grand Canyon from the North Rim or the South Rim, most visitors choose the South Rim. It’s open year-round, has more amenities and accommodations, and it offers more of the expansive vistas that people associate with the Grand Canyon. A free shuttle bus operates on the South Rim, connecting the visitor center, lodges, and campgrounds with the scenic overlooks. If you want to take the road less traveled, the North Rim, which closes for the winter, reopens on May 15.

Regardless of the rim you choose to stand at, either provides great views. For another perspective to enjoy, consider taking a tour down into the canyon for hiking, a mule ride, or rafting along the Colorado River.

A great way to experience the Grand Canyon is to plan a trip around one of the special programs that are held throughout the year.

From May 19-20 this year, the park celebrates the 150th anniversary of explorer John Wesley Powell’s 1869 expedition to the Grand Canyon. From June 22-29, the Centennial Summerfest and Star Party will take place at the North and South Rim. During the day, you’ll have a chance to explore Arizona cuisine and craft beer. In the evening, amateur astronomers from across the country offer talks and telescope viewing.

Carve out time to see plenty of the sites around the Grand Canyon. Flagstaff, Arizona, a major gateway to the South Rim, is a charming city with a historic downtown. Route 66 runs through the city and Pluto was discovered at Lowell Observatory. At Northern Arizona University, the exhibit “Splendor and Spectacle: The 100 Year Journey of the Grand Canyon National Park” looks at the park’s history from multiple perspectives, including scientific research, exploration, and tourism.

Wishing you all safe travels,

Terry W. Brennan
Senior Vice-President • Williamsburg Travel Leaders


Stay & Play Discount

The Orchard Golf & Country Club
Only 90 miles northeast of Atlanta, The Orchard Golf & Country Club’s 18-hole championship golf course layout is a journey through picturesque mountains, making it the absolute golfing experience amid nature at its best. Five sets of elevated tees, bermuda fairways, and flawless bentgrass greens guarded by white sand bunkers were designed by famed golf course architect, Dan Maples. The Orchard Golf & Country Club is open six days a week and welcomes individual, family, and corporate play.

The two Orchard Guest Villas can comfortably accommodate large families, as well as small groups of golfers or executives, and are an ideal setting for hosting intimate gatherings, receptions, and meetings. Alliance members receive 50% off  room rental rates for overnight stays, Monday through Thursday.  Two night minimum stay.  For more information, contact General Manager, Randy Brooks at 706-754-3156 or rbrooks@orchardgolfclub.com.


Alliance Member Discount at Montaluce Winery & Estates

In Dahlonega, Georgia
Alliance Members receive 10% off their retail wine and tasting room wine purchases at Montaluce by presenting their NAPC membership card to the Winery’s wait staff.  Purchases cannot be billed back to the member’s Home Club.

Hours of Operation for Winery & Restaurant

  • Tuesday: 11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday–Saturday: 11:00 a.m.–8:30 p.m.
  • Sunday: 11:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m. (Brunch Menu 11:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.)
  • Exceptions for weddings and events.

Visit www.montaluce.com for details. For reservations, please call (706) 867-4060 or email: info@montaluce.com.