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This is a lovely, friendly, well-equipped B & B.
The room (English) was beautifully fitted out, as was the associated bathroom.
The hostess Marcia, made us very welcome, and made us feel totally at home. The breakfast was marvellous, the best one we have had...More
I had a 1 bedroom suite with a large kitchen and living room. Altogether, there was lots of space and the room was clean and didn't have any dingy smell as you often find in this very wet part of the world. I would stay...More
In a word, Lovely. Marcia our hostess was the best, friendly and helpful. The landscaping is beautiful overlooking a valley that has mist in the morning. At our excellent breakfasts we enjoyed watching the birds, chipmunks and douglas squirrels feeding. We stayed 3 nights and...More
The home sits in an awesome setting. The yard is beautifully landscaped and the views are incredible. Upon arrival, Rachel greeted us with a warm welcome. She gave us a tour of the common areas of the home and took us outside to where the...More
Words can not express how amazing this place was. My fiancé and I got the Dutch room on 10/11/14 and we were greeted with a warm and friendly welcoming!
The Dutch room is the nicest of all rooms, it has its own deck that over...More
I used the word 'homely' as the English language dictionary meaning 'as in one's home'. Regardless, I believe this B&B may be a little quiet and out of town for a group of youngsters, better to find somewhere in town.