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Summit Street Bed and Breakfast Inns

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Ohio, New York
Reviewed 26 August 2009

After a week with our extended (daughters, their mates and grandfairies) family making it 10 people of various sizes in a rented house in Avon on the Outer Banks, my wife and I opted to head back to Ohio via Winston-Salem in order to visit some friends there. Upon our arrival, this being an older house, the walls in places...

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Ridgeway, VA
Reviewed 16 February 2009

I normally write good reviews because I follow the advice of tripadvisor members and have been seldom lead astray. This time, I have a mixed review. This may be partially do to the fact that I recently read a book talking about taking ownership and having exceptional service. I am now noticing how service is not often given. For starters...

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Jennygwen
Reviewed 7 February 2009

We have stayed at a number of B and Bs, hostels and hotels and this is one of the best for atmosphere. It is very private. As mentioned, it is not for socializing, as breakfast is left in your fridge, unless you order french toast. The quiche was delicious though and the fruit and yogurt were good too. We didn't...

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1Thank Jennygwen
Hamburg
Reviewed 13 June 2008

I must be very careful with this review to do no injustice to this place. There are b&b’s where you mix with the innkeeper and other guests. I prefer such b&b’s and this one is another kind of b&b which does not make it a bad place, it’s just different. You don’t mix with other guests and the innkeeper leaves...

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Grand Cayman
Reviewed 7 May 2008

We loved our stay in this historic, gracious B&B. Our room had a spacious bathroom with a jacuzzi tub. Candles & bath bubbles thoughtfully provided. Sound system has speakers throughout the suite. The beautifully furnished dining area leads to a private deck. The sitting area & bedroom area are luxurious. The flat screened TV is Apple TV, lots of CD's...

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Princeton NJ
Reviewed 12 March 2007

Wonderful cozy nest... very romantic! The breakfast was excellent. A welcome retreat for peaceful time alone. We will definitely return there for another getaway weekend.

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2Thank Princetonian
Greensboro, NC
Reviewed 16 November 2006

A bed and breakfast for the refined gentleman who desires to treat his lady like royalty. ***** Five Star ***** Dr. Michael Reynolds

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1Thank IUltimate
Seattle
Reviewed 13 October 2006

Be careful when you book with Summit Street. When I booked the gentleman told me there was a one week cancellation. He did not mention any non-refundable deposit. When I cancelled with well over one week notice (seven weeks) the inn charged my credit card a $25 charge per night ($75 as I had booked 3 nights). I contacted the...

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5Thank belle-piano
San Jose, CA
Reviewed 28 June 2006

We made a return visit to the Summit Street Bed and Breakfast Inns as we journeyed to Winston Salem for our daughter's graduation from NCSA. Wife and I rented the attic room in the one house and our younger daughter (in her early 20's) stayed in a single room in the other house. Both rooms were excellent with very nice...

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6Thank MrDoof
South Carolina
Reviewed 14 March 2006

This was out 2nd visit to this B&B - The 1st visit my husband and I visited alone - the second visit we invited some friends from another state who loved the Inn also ( although they like our room better- So did I - we stayed in the same room as our first visit. Room 219) We spent the...

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“Look at the pictures and floor plans on his web site. I think all the rooms are good, it just depends on what you're looking for. The third floor room is a bit of a hike, but it's large. I've never had a problem with noise in any rooms. Yes, the temps are a little flaky, but it's an old house - every room as a thermostat, a fireplace and a ceiling fan (I think... check the details).”
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