The server, Robin was very unaccommodating and so were the owners (I later spoke to Eva also)... I asked for milk to drink with my breakfast. It was just "No we don't serve or keep milk". When I asked if milk would be available the next day for breakfast, both owner and server said no. There is a sign in the bedroom that says, "If you need anything... please let us know"... it should add, this way we can just say "NO". I was asked when making reservations if there were dietary restrictions, I indicated I could not eat peppers. When breakfast was served the second day, I smelled peppers and asked Robin what was served for breakfast, she indicated Western Omelet which included peppers. I asked if I could get it without peppers and she said no as it was already mixed. Finally, I had to insist that I had told them about the peppers and she said she would check in the kitchen, she came back saying they would fry me two eggs. You don't pay those prices for a supposed good B & B, that should have special breakfasts and get two fried eggs. They could have made one omelet using all other ingredients leaving out the peppers. It was almost... too bad, you can't eat what everyone else eats... so eat this! Not like the attitude I have seen at any other B & B.
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- The Folkestone Inn is a quiet, tranquil setting for guests seeking solitude and peace. Our beautiful, rural location, a quarter mile from an entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a gateway to some of the most beautiful hiking trails, waterfalls, flora and fauna in the Southern Appalachians. ... more less
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- Folkestone Hotel Bryson City