From Friday, September 22, 2023 to Sunday, October 1, 2023 September 22, 2023 October 1, 2023 The Lodge at Woodloch
Bees' Knees Week
September 22nd - October 1st
Making a difference is as simple as ordering a drink. Bee habitat is lost every time land is cleared for development, but you can help! Order an Elder-Bee cocktail during Bee Week, and share your photo on social media with the tags below.
For every photo shared, Barr Hill will plant 10 square feet of bee habitat! Crafted specially for this week, our Elder-Bee cocktail is made with Caledonia Spirits Barr Hill Gin, Chase Elderflower Cordial, ROOT Lemongrass Cocktail Mixer, honey, and fresh mint.
Honey Bee Talk
Spend some time with our resident beekeeper, in discussion of the life cycle of the honey bee and their environmental importance. We’ll compare holistic and conventional beekeeping while displaying the components and tools necessary to start your very own apiary!
Tuesday, September 26th, 1pm
Wednesday, September 27th, 1pm
Thursday, September 28th, 1pm
Saturday, September 30th, 10am
Live Hive Inspections
General maintenance requires periodic inspections during the warm months to make sure your queen is laying eggs, your workers are building up honey stores, and your colony has enough space to expand. Join Sam, our certified bee keeper, to get a rare chance at a closer look into an active honey bee hive. Participants will be provided with all the protective gear necessary to get up close and personal see the inner workings of Mother Nature’s most complex societies. Participation in this activity will require a signed waiver, waiver will be completed prior to the start of the activity.
Saturday, September 23rd, 3:30pm
Tuesday, September 26th, 3:30pm
Thursday, September 28th, 3:30pm
Saturday, September 30th, 3:30pm
Featured Spa Treatments
using products by Bee Inspired by Waxing Cara
About Bee Inspired: We are a restorative farm dedicated to sustainable practices and ecological preservation. We preserve a large portion of our farmland specifically for bees. The importance of bees to our planet’s sustainability is often misunderstood. Nearly 90% of flowering plant species on the planet require pollinators like bees to aid in reproduction. This not only makes bees responsible for one-third of the food we eat, but providers of a food system and shelter for wildlife. The preciousness of honey, especially its nurturing and healing properties, is nature’s gift worth sharing and and an artistry worth protecting. We have worked closely with ecologists, environmental agencies, and other beekeepers to re-establish the native ecosystem, buffer our coastline, and create an oasis for the mighty little honeybee. Over forty acres of land on the farm is cultivated each year to grow plants that bees love.
Fall Seasonal Body Polish
Envelop yourself in cozy comfort with the warming scents of pumpkin and spices! Begin your journey with a thorough exfoliation followed by a relaxing body butter application to deeply restore hydration. These nurturing treatments and
the intoxicating scents are perfect for the Fall season.
50 minutes // $170
Add a Swedish Massage, 75 minutes // $250
Fall Seasonal Manicure and Pedicure
An aromatic treat of pumpkin and spice for your hands and feet! These seasonally inspired nail services begin with a refining exfoliation followed by a deeply hydrating massage to leave your hands or feet feeling renewed. Includes nail/cuticle care and polish.
Manicure 50 minutes // $75
Pedicure 50 minutes // $95