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Amory, Mississippi
Reviewed 17 January 2016 via mobile

Have not eaten Sunday Brunch at the Ravine before! Had not made reservation, so seated us at the bar to eat- roaring fire behind us! I had the Benediction, regular eggs Benedict! Great- fresh fruit with! My husband had the Purgatory- eggs Benedict with tomatoes, olives , & capers. We were given mini breads before meal- with butter & great...

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Reviewed 1 March 2013

We stayed in the cabin at Ravine for three nights and had dinner one night at the restaurant. There were no arrangements made for check in and no one around. No one answered the phone. Joel showed up about 20 minutes later. He was very nice and took us to the room. The room is large and decorated more like...

3Thank Gary W
Amory, Mississippi
Reviewed 6 May 2012

The Cabin is great! A very spacious room. Comfortable and tasteful furnishings.Courteous staff. Wonderful food. A great place! The management might want to consider a more substantial covering for the door of the cabin. A little too sheer for privacy sensitive people like myself. Otherwise, a perfect visit! Thanks!

5Thank RickG1954
The Deep South
Reviewed 23 April 2012

My husband and I stopped at Ravine for Sunday brunch on the way home from a weekend getaway. The wait staff was attentive, and the restaurant has terrific ambiance. Fresh flowers on the tables and in the bathrooms. Local ingredients. Fantastic coffee. I had poached eggs with sausages and grits. Be warned: both the grits and sausages were quite spicy....

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Ottawa, Canada
Reviewed 29 February 2012

My wife and I found this Inn something of a disappointment. We routinely pay a bit more for a B & B in preference to a hotel because the B & B offers opportunities for social contact with the owner and the other guests. This dimension is more or less absent from the Ravine. It is not so much a...

2Thank Larry D
Savannah, Georgia
Reviewed 15 February 2011

We stayed in the cabin for Valentines weekend and while the room was fine, the restaurant and breakfast were exquisite. Joel is a very talented chef. It was romantic and quiet. We didn't plan on eating at the restaurant both nights, but had to go back on Saturday night after enjoying it so much on Friday evening. Highly recommend, but...

1Thank PSG1982
San Fran, CA
Reviewed 18 March 2010

Stopped through Oxford on our way to New Orleans via Memphis. Arrived late, about 7 pm, and the owner/chef escorted us to our room even though the restaurant was open and busy. Nice, personal service. We unloaded our bags in the cabin and came back to the restaurant to unwind. We did more than relax-- the food was amazing, we...

1Thank Nawlinsnut
Reviewed 2 March 2010

We were visiting our granddaughter, who is a student at Ole Miss, and were delighted to find such a comfortable welcoming B&B. To quote our granddaughter " you find the best and charming places to stay'. We had our younger granddaughter with us and we four had a delicious Sunday dinner there. The restaurant is superb - the girls expanded...

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Charleston, Illinois
Reviewed 12 January 2010

When my daughter got engaged, we told her if she didn't marry at home she would have to include rooms for her sisters, her father, and me in her budget! LIttle did we know that when she told us she had planned her reception at the bed and breakfast called the Ravine in Oxford we really had no idea what...

1Thank kimberlyjanssen
Reviewed 17 February 2009

Great Valentine weekend. Cabin was very warm and spacious. Dinner was very good and the owners seem to really enjoy what they do. Great weekend.

1Thank fuzzy-cuddly

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Address: 53 County Road 321, Oxford, MS 38655-9540
Region: United States > Mississippi > Oxford
Number of rooms: 1
Also Known As:
Inn At Ravine Hotel Oxford
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