Excellent B&B managed by two delightful and interactive innkeepers. If you want black walnut and chrome - look elsewhere for this house is a virtual museum of antiquities and part of it's delight is the display of those pieces and collections. Our 'Oak' room was on the second floor and had terrific views on two sides. This is an airy and open room that we both loved. The bathroom is down a short hall but it's 'your' bathroom and they provide robes.
Susan and Brady have been doing this B&B gig for eighteen years and they've been taking notes as to what their guests want! We found them to be charming, interactive, and helpful in every way. Solely because of them we found an excellent Thai restaurant and 'The Sundial Bridge': you simply won't believe this architectural feature could be found in Redding!
A superior experience for us all around, capped by a superb breakfast of salmon & fresh corn pancakes. This was a new dish for us and it was delicious.
I doubt we'll ever be staying in Redding again but if we do, we know where we'll be!!