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Lamplight Inn B&B
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Reviewed 23 November 2011

We made our reservation on Friday to stay Saturday night. We arrived at 4:30 p.m. and no one was there. We called and the owner told us she was out of town but that she had "Fran" coming over to take care of us, and that she would be there after work around 5:30. We discovered that the door to the inn was unlocked so we went in to wait. There were dirty dishes and leftover food out on the dining room table. The house is very old and the entire property is rundown and looks somewhat dilapidated. When Fran arrived she was very apologetic and very sweet. She showed us our rooms. We stayed in the Heavenly Haven room. It was pretty enough, but the entire wood floor was slanted and bouncy and I was quite afraid it would collapse any moment the whole time we were there. The bed was rather hard and uncomfortable. On the bedside table there were 2 pieces of very old dried up fudge wrapped in cellophane. There was a heat furnace in the bathroom closet that was extremely loud when it turned on and off during the night. The door leading into the bathroom scraped the floor when you opened it. In corners of the bathroom ceiling where the crown molding met, there were bunches of ladybugs, just sitting there in groups of four or five. The gourmet breakfast that was promised on the inn's website consisted of a sticky, bitter fruit compote, Maxwell House coffee, crumbly and dry scrambled egg beaters(no real eggs), sausage links, and canned biscuits. It was extremely disappointing. We left right after breakfast and found a Cracker Barrel to eat at later in the morning. I will never stay at this place again, nor will I recommend it to anyone.

  • Stayed: November 2011, travelled with friends
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01innkeeper, Owner at Lamplight Inn B&B, responded to this reviewResponded 5 February 2012

I am sorry that the vist did not go well. I was out of town when the reservation came in and advised the guests that I could accomodate them if they could arrive afer 5:30 when my inn sitter was available. They arrived early and Butch was sitting on the porchl He invited them to go in unaware that the breakfast room was not cleared. that must have set a bad atmosphere for the guest. At breakfast they told Fran that they preferred scrambled eggs. Unfortunately, they did not recognize farm fresh eggs nor did they appreciate home made fudge. The 1850s farm house has been totally renovated and maintained. It is not run down just OLD.

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Reviewed 26 April 2011

We enjoyed our second stay at the Lamplight Inn. We wanted to stay in one of the cabins on the grounds but they were booked so the owner gave us the room in the inn at a discount. We stayed in the "Gone With the Wind" room..the sweet owner, Ms. Payne gave us homemade fudge when we arrived. There was soft drinks and snacks in the dining room avail. 24 hours. She made us a good b-fast of fruit compote, omelet and grits per my husbands special request, sausages and delicious buttery biscuits, (served on china) along with good coffee and oj. The house has a wraparound porch with lots of seating and tables, and the grounds are lovely with several old buildings scattered about....lots of history.

  • Stayed: April 2011, travelled with family
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01innkeeper, Owner at Lamplight Inn B&B, responded to this reviewResponded 27 September 2013

Thanks for the great review. I appreciate your taking the time to send it out.
Shirley

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