We had a great 2-night stay at the Dreamcatcher. Julie was very welcoming and provided the small amenities that make a B&B so welcoming - bottles of water in the room's mini-fridge, small chocolates on the first night, wine glasses and a corkscrew for our use (we were, after all, in wine country), and a snapshot of my husband and me to remember our visit. Breakfasts were hearty and tasty. The grounds are lovely with seating areas and a picnic table where we were able to have a glass of wine and a snack after touring the area. We stayed in the Knotty Pine room, which is on the main floor and central to the house. It is obviously set up to be accessible to those who cannot handle stairs, with a powder room with sink and toilet plus a tub in the main room and a private bath with toilet, sink and accessible shower across the hall. It's very comfortable, but might be noisy with more guests (we were the only people the first night and only one other couple the second night). There is a living area for guest use where one can sit and read, talk and relax. Everything was spotlessly clean and comfortable. Kudos to Julie and Bob for a terrific stay!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This B&B is smack dab in the middle of vineyards and orchards. We have all the amenities, excellent breakfast, plus great service. Enjoy a sunny deck, shaded arbor, or the view from the gazebo facing Mount Garfield in the spacious yard and gardens. You may feel that you are in the country, but actually you are just minutes away from great restaurants and quaint shops. ... more less
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