We arrived on Friday afternoon for three nights hoping that we'd found a place (based upon earlier reviews that we'd read) where we could revitalize ourselves. We were not disappointed and join in the kudos previously expressed by others. This B&B has charm and warmth, in large part due to the innkeepers, Caroline and Etienne. It was as if we'd come "home" to long-time friends. Our suite was spacious, beautifully and tastefully furnished, and -- as was the entire inn -- filled with family and other antiques. There was every convenience. Not a small part of the experience were the exceptional breakfasts -- not only unusual and delicious, but beautifully served in a lovely dining room. We will no doubt return.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An 1870 Second Empire house with two suites and one bedroom, all with private bathroom. Open in September 04 after one year of renovations. Each guestroom decorated with period antiques but offering modern amenities such as cable TV, DVD/VCR, stereo system, WIFI, and central A/C. Eight acres of land, swimming pool. Full breakfasts blend Belgian and American traditional recipes. Free pickup is provided to and from Bradley Airport and Amtrak station. ... more less