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Reviewed 13 September 2012

Again, what a treat! This was our second time at Hope and Glory celebrating our birthdays, and the second time around was just as special as the first. Sorry we missed Peggy and Dudley, but the Inn is in great hands with Meseret Crockett. She is such a gracious hostess and is always ready to help in any way. Chef Ann Kirkmeyer delivered such an array of great meals, we were always in awe as to what the next course might be. Can't wait for her cookbook to come out. The staff assisting both Meseret and Ann were equally superb, ready to help make our stay as pleasant as possible. Managed to visit the "tent cottages" and pool area and had a wine tasting at the Dog and Oyster Vineyard this time. Hope and Glory is a special place that allows it's visitors and guests to really relax, regroup and be refreshed whether you're in your own cottage (our favorites), at a gracious meal of out of this world cuisine, or "in Detention" for being naughty! We look forward to our next visit. --jim & patsy mcgroarty

Room Tip: While the main house rooms look bright, colorful and cheery, our favorites are the cottages in the courtyard behind the Inn. Sitting on the front porch of a cottage with a glass of "Front Porch" pinot noir with a fall afternoon sun beaming down amidst beautiful flowers and sharing this time with a wonderful spouse...as they say...priceless!
  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 12 September 2012

Just returned from our second stay at Hope & Glory. We are already planning our next visit.
Not only is the Inn delightful but the employees can't be helpful enough. Meseret Crockett
is a ray of sunshine and an asset to the inn.

The unique decorating, excellent food and great owners make this a one of a kind place to stay.

I would highly recommend this to anyone.

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Sherry122
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Reviewed 11 September 2012

We stayed in a cottage in the "back yard" of the Hope and Glory Inn for two nights. We had plenty of space, a big, comfortable bed, sitting area, fire place (not needed in August!), a daybed with our own bath. It was adorable! Shabby chic furnishings and well done. I am not a fan of bed and breakfast establishments (don't like talking to strangers in the morning and answering all those obvious questions) and was concerned that this small inn would be akin to a b and b. It was not. Breakfast was served in the courtyard each morning - at well spaced, separate tables and everyone kept to themselves. Delicious breakfast and good coffee! The inn is located immediately adjacent to the location of the Farmer's Market which is ideal on the first Saturday of the month. The town has a number of small retail businesses with a nice selection of merchandise. The owners are very nice, not intrusive, and are striving to give their guests a reprieve from the stress of city life - they succeed! Oh, and the bar is called "Detention" since the property is a former school house. How can you not love that! I would definetly stay here over the Tides Inn - smaller, more intimate and more fun.

Room Tip: Staying in a cottage in the courtyard is quite fun and includes an outdoor shower and garden area with seating.
  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank 29Lorenzo
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Reviewed 8 September 2012

Such a charming stay at Hope and Glory. This place is so enchanting. The food was excellent, the private outdoor shower is fun, the bikes were wonderful for touring this wonderful area, beds and rooms were great and loved the secluded pool in the woods. Every since I saw this place in a magazine, it was on my bucket list and it was better than portrayed. All wonderful hosts for your every wish; just ask.

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Sharon P
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Reviewed 2 September 2012

We have had the pleasure of staying here multiple times. We love it. The pool is peaceful. The winery is awesome. The gourmet chef cooks delicious dinners. Breakfast is scrumptious. The cocktail cruise is fun. The crab cruise is a blast. Very relaxing and peaceful. Perfect place to disconnect in order to reconnect...

  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Kitty N
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