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Warwick Drive-In Theater and Caldwell House B&B Offer Nostalgic Getaway

BY Crystal Shi TIMEJune 29, 2018 PRINT

Catch the latest release the old-fashioned way at the Warwick Drive-In Theater, in the upstate New York town of Warwick. The original theater has been standing since 1950, and has been run by its current owners as a family business for over 20 years. In 2014, they converted from film to digital projection, enhancing the viewing experience while retaining that drive-in charm.

The nearby, award-winning Caldwell House Bed and Breakfast in Salisbury Mills is now creating “date” boxes for movie-going guests, each containing a snack, candy, and water bottles for movie-time munching. A drive-in package is also available through mid-October, including a two-night stay, complimentary admission for two to the Warwick Drive-In theater, and complimentary three-course breakfasts, parking, and Wi-Fi. Prices start at $390 plus tax.

“I think people miss simpler times and the experience of driving in, dimming your lights, and cozying up,” said Dena Finneran, co-owner of the Caldwell House Bed and Breakfast, in a press release. “[It] feels like you’re unplugging from the rest of the world.”

For more information or to book, visit CaldwellHouse.com.

Crystal Shi
Food Editor
Crystal Shi is the food editor for The Epoch Times. She is a journalist based in New York City.
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