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I am a workshop instructor and had he pleasure of staying in one of the nicest B&Bs I’ve ever stayed in. The room was quaint with much comfort and charm, and the breakfasts served by Chef Rick and Baker Dwayne were always wonderful first thing...More
We stayed in the Yacht room, comfortable but not chic. Great view of the river, fabulous porch, lovely grounds, convenient to quaint shops and decent restaurants. Dwayne was friendly and very accommodating! I️ love that the cottages are pet friendly. We will definitely come again!
My husband and I were finishing up the last leg of a cross country journey and stumbled upon the River House Inn. We've stayed at many B & Bs around he globe and frankly River House Inn has become our new favorite and standard by...More
The house was beautiful, the room was large, beautiful and so quaint. We loved the coffee cups and wine glasses in the room with access to those drinks throughout the house! And then to have a pool to relax at was an added bonus, not...More
The website makes the inn look more fresh and bright than it is. Lots of clutter (books/games) in common areas. Common areas were humid and warm as if the house is not adequately air conditioned. Drains in bathroom were slow and hot water very temperamental....More
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Besides seeming to denote a sense of scale and exclusivity, the word aligns the facility with a tradition of full-service care - you, your horse, your carriage, your servants were provided food and shelter. Inns often were... More
Besides seeming to denote a sense of scale and exclusivity, the word aligns the facility with a tradition of full-service care - you, your horse, your carriage, your servants were provided food and shelter. Inns often were the only public place a traveler could get food and shelter, often the only place a villager could enjoy food, drink, and a room all in one - the other public social center for the village other than the church or mosque. All those functions split apart into hotels, taverns, pubs, restaurants though now they are often back under one establishment. The word has a rural connotation, but think maybe it's from the Crusades - from the Ottoman word "han" - less comprehensive than a caravansary, more like the Japanese inn or ryokan.