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What an amazing place. We love bed and breakfasts, and this was one of our favorites. Our room was huge and had a nice porch, but it was too cold for us to take advantage of during the stay. The home is very tastefully decorated...More
We just spent a delightful three nights in one of the nicest inns we've ever visited. Friendly staff, comfortable beds, spotless everywhere, excellent breakfasts, afternoon wine and tea, an inn cat....what's not to like. Then there's the superb location right along Broad St with easy...More
It was truly like sleeping in a museum. Our room was in the attic and we walked up very creaky stairs to get there. But before checking in, we were given a tour of the public rooms and a history lesson. It was the home...More
Excellent and friendly staff, great location and lovely house!
The breakfast and afternoon tea served bring a special touch of southern flavor to the stay.
Definitely recommend this inn, especially for couples and romantics in general.
Stayed for 3 nights in December. The Inn was decorated for Christmas and looked lovely. There was a large Christmas tree in the entrance foyer. We were very warmly welcomed by Victoria who is a true gem and an asset to the Inn. Supplied us...More