Hay Creek Hotels Has Created a Charged Network with Tesla Motors Charging Stations

. October 06, 2014

Exeter, NH - October 6, 2014 - Hay Creek Hotels are now providing Tesla electric charging stations at all of their properties. As a hotel group focused on providing a green environment, supplying guests with the best amenities and experiences, and incorporating state of the art technology into their properties, Hay Creek Hotels is proud to offer this high-tech, eco friendly solution for guests.

“The Tesla stations are a great service to be able to provide to our guests and we are proud to be able to offer this amenity to our travelers,” said Norman MacLeod, President & CEO of Hay Creek Hotels. “We continue to seek ways to surprise and delight our guests, and hope these charging stations make them feel at home, while providing us with an opportunity to contribute to the environment. “

The Tesla connectors provide a convenient and fast charging solution for Tesla owners staying at Hay Creek properties or dining at their signature restaurants and bars throughout New England and in Virginia.

“We're pleased to be able to offer Tesla stations at so many of our properties,” added MacLeod. “Additional electric charging stations will be available for all other electric vehicles as well. ”

The Hay Creek Tesla charging stations are available year round and provide fast and convenient charging solutions for travelers. These particular Hay Creek hotels will be programmed into the GPS systems of all Tesla and the Tesla Destination Charging Stations can be found at the following Hay Creek Hotel properties:

  • Ethan Allen Hotel, Danbury, CT
  • Orchards Hotel, Williamstown, MA
  • Beach House Inn, Kennebunkport, ME
  • Breakwater Inn, Kennebunkport, ME
  • Yachtsman Lodge & Marina, Kennebunkport, ME
  • Eagle Mountain House, Jackson, NH
  • The Exeter Inn, Exeter, NH
  • The Wolfeboro Inn, Wolfeboro, NH
  • The Centennial Inn, Concord, NH
  • Oakhurst Inn, Charlottesville, VA
  • Windham Hill Inn, Townshend, VT

About Hay Creek Hotels

Founded in 2005, Hay Creek Hotels has quickly become a leader in upscale independent full service hospitality. Guided by international hospitality industry veterans, the company prides itself on a unique combination of fine dining, exceptional service, and delightful accommodations.

Hay Creek Hotels combines decades of industry expertise with fully integrated management systems specifically designed for small, upscale properties to develop and manage independent, full service hotels, inns and resorts in the 35-225 room range along the East Coast of the United States.

For more information and to view our fine collection of distinctive hotels, inns and resorts, please visit: www.haycreekhotels.com

Media Contact:

Chris Pappas
T: 1-617-536-0590
E: cpappas@openthedoor.biz

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