Would I stay again is the question. There was no internet in the room even though the printed material which explained the sign- on information said that all rooms had internet. I loved the size of the "Juliette" which was actually the first floor of a row house. It provided a bedroom with two windows facing the street which was great except for the knowledge that homeowners who are actually living on this block often bar their windows. But the hotel does not offer the same provision for guests. And that was pretty much how the rest of the B&B seemed to be managed. There was a timed breakfast. I chose 7:30 AM, the first serving of the day. Although there was a disclaimer stating that breakfast could be delayed during busy times, I did not believe it would apply to the first serving of the day to the only two people who ordered a cooked breakfast. But, it did. After a 20 minute wait my husband and I received our barely warm scrambled tablespoon of eggs, the same portion of grits, and a small saucer of cut fresh fruit. OK, but the biscuits were still cooking and were not delivered until 10 minutes had passed, and though they were warm, they were still slightly doughy. Add to that the honey smeared on top making it a challenge to butter the biscuits without getting sticky. Lest I omit this fact, suffice it to say that the metallic wrapped butter pads had been used previously in a warm environment and were twisted and squeezed until they no longer were fresh looking rectangular pads. Day two's breakfast included cool, raggedy edged pancakes (delivered about 20 minutes after the scheduled time) that wouldn't melt butter, so the condition of the butter did not matter so much. There were at least four or five people working in the kitchen. They were laughing and joking with one another, but apparently not doing much planning. Another food related issue: Between 4 PM and 6 PM guests were invited to enjoy cake and iced tea. True, guests arriving at 4 PM could enjoy the amenity. But, guests arriving between 4:15 and 6 were out of luck as the treats were not replenished. Same was true of the 8 PM cookies and milk. Imagine one sheet of small cookies like the quick ones you cut from a grocery store roll of dough and about 20 guests angling to grab a few each. Not pleasant. I have enjoyed wine and brandy offered at other B&B's. Afternoon and evening canapes are definitely expected B&B fare. I've never seen guests being put into a position where they have to compete for the chance to get a share. As far as the Juliette suite goes- it was large and very nicely appointed. Bedding and furnishings were great. But, piles of books seemed to be the decorative element of nearly every flat surface. I like to put my stuff, cameras, phones, etc.down on the flat surfaces so would like to see a few piles of books (balance of review removed by Trip Advisor)...
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