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Bykenhulle House B&B
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Reviewed 30 September 2012

Spend some time conversing with the owner. He is retired from IBM and holds patents for some major computer innovations. The room was lovely and clean. The breakfast was good but not outstanding. The place has a homey feel with family pictures about.

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank flhamer
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Reviewed 1 July 2009

My husband and I recently spent one night at the Bykenhulle House. We arrived about 2 hours before check-in, and decided to see if the rooms were ready at that time - which they were, which was a pleasant surprise.
However, when we arrived, the innkeeper - Jackie - was not at the inn, but instead one of the owners - Bill - was there running things. He told us that the rooms were ready and that we could check in, but he wasn't too familiar with the entire process. It took him quite some time to figure out which room we were in and to send us on our way. He left to take care of stuff elsewhere, and about 10 minutes later we realized we had some questions for him that he hadn't answered, and we were unable to find him to ask our questions. At the same time, another couple arrived to check-in, and was similarly confused as to what to do. We finally resorted to calling Jackie's cell phone, and she answered our questions, and said she was going to track down the owner. We later found out that this was one of Jackie's first vacation days in years - so I don't think we had a typical experience. However, this was pretty frustrating.
Overall, the place was fine for what we needed - basically just a place to sleep, and a decent breakfast the next morning. However, the whole experience felt like intruding at your grandparents house. The house is filled with antiques, and the owners live in the building, so you feel like you have to sneak around and be quiet. I would not recommend this to younger couples, although it would probably be sufficient for older couples.

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank kdka421
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Reviewed 25 May 2009

clean, quiet and comfortable room. Relatively reasonable price for peaceful stay in the country. Innkeeper/Manager (Jackie) is very pleasant. Breakfast is served in a nice dining room. Location is convenient to parks, trails, gardens, golfing and some good restaurants (definitely go to Mckinney and Doyles if you're up that way) . With just a little tweaking, I would have given a five star rating.

  • Stayed: May 2009, travelled as a couple
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