We went to Anchuca to eat dinner and lucked up and got a room because someone cancelled at the last minute. I have never really wanted to stay at a B&B because I was not sure how I would feel staying in a house...Anchuca was great. Our room was one of the smaller ones, #9, in the Carriage House. Certainly, you cannot expect the most modern decor so it was exactly what I hoped it would be. It was clean and all of the furniture was antique. There was a nice dressing area but the bathroom was very basic. The descriptions given on the website are completely accurate. The main house is gorgeous and I loved that you could just walk around on your own and explore...there are so many details. Our dinner was wonderful and the "Plantation Style" breakfast was delicious. The staff is very accommodating and I would definitely recommend this B&B to others. Tom, one of the owners, is very knowledgeable can suggest activities as well as give you plenty of history, even beyond the history of Anchuca.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The place to "B&B," this charming escape offers luxurious comfort in a relaxed setting and some of the best food in town. Our guest rooms are beautifully decorated and feature 100% cotton linens, Gilchrest & Soames toiletries, private baths, cable television, and WIFI. Your stay includes a full plantation style breakfast and tour of the house & grounds. Our antebellum home features elegant parlors and a library where guests can enjoy afternoon tea. The grounds provide unique settings with courtyards, a fountain full of gold fish, and a classically shaped swimming pool and cabana. Café Anchuca, our on site restaurant and bar, is open to the public for dinner Monday through Saturday, starting at 5:30 pm and Sunday Brunch from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. Enjoy walking in historic "Old Town" to nearby museums, churches, antique shops, art galleries, and other attractions. ... more less