Guest Comments From Previous Winners:


(April 2015)
South Court Inn Bed & Breakfast - Luray, Virginia
My wife and I had a wonderful time as guests of Adelheid and Mike! The Ruby Room is a cozy, warm little nest which exuded warmth, and the breakfast was out of this World! Very hearty and substantive, indeed. There are many things to do and see around Luray. Nature, history, canoeing, fishing, etc. Many vineyards beckon to be explored but the Copper Fox Distillery is a must see--very smooth, single malt whiskey! We will be back!

(January 2015)
Chestnut Street Inn - Asheville, North Carolina
A shout out for the Chestnut Street Inn...LaDonna and her staff hosted FREE rooms for Veterans on Veterans Day...extremely generous and much appreciated by all. The Inn was cozy, the breakfast terrific and the people could not be nicer. No corners were cut on the free night stay. Our room was beautiful and the location of the Inn to downtown Asheville could not be better. We highly recommend staying at this Inn when in Asheville.

(October 2014)
The Woodstocker Inn Bed & Breakfast - Woodstock, Vermont
My wife and I spent our 2nd 2 night stay at the Woodstocker Inn with Dora, David & Daisy Doo. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves in a room with all the amenities, a King size bed and an amazing bath with a unique and most enjoyable shower. There is a lovely lawn behind the Inn in which to sit and read and catch the sun. Everything works, the breakfast was excellent, the library impressive and the environment cordial and quiet. Marge and I thoroughly recommend the Woodstocker Inn to one and all. Augustus & Marjorie Hampson.

(July 2014)
Belle Hearth Bed & Breakfast - Waynesboro, Virginia
Absolutely excellent Bed and Breakfast. I have to eat gluten free and there were no problems at all. I hated to leave Linda and Wayne they were so much fun to be around and made our stay so enjoyable.

(April 2014)
Harrington House Beachfront Bed & Breakfast Inn - Holmes Beach, Florida
I have been visiting Harrington House for over 20 year and continue to find it the most restful and relaxing place I can think of to spend my vacations. The owners and staff have become like a second family over the years. The beach is right outside the breakfast room door and is an absolutely beautiful setting for the wonderful food and for long walks.

(January 2014)
Charles Nelson Schmick House - Leetonia, Ohio
A true gem of a house. Priscilla is a wonderful hostess. She has a great love for the house and it shows from the moment you walk in the door. The house is a short drive to the Fiesta/Homer Laughlin Factory and Outlet. There are also several antique shops close by. We stayed in the Cilla Room. It is beautifully decorated and quite comfortable and clean. Priscilla have us the grand tour upon on arrival. The woodwork is exquisite. The front staircase is gorgeous. All the decor is tasteful and very Victorian. After our tour, Priscilla encouraged us to take advantage of the hot tub and further explore the house. She told us to help ourselves to snacks and soda. Breakfast was elegantly served in the sun filled dining room and delicious. We are all ready talking about a return trip. Thank you Priscilla. Sincerely, Robyn and Joe Lynch

(October 2013)
The Beazley House Bed & Breakfast Inn - Napa, California
My husband and i stayed at the Beazley House during our vacation in California to celebrate our 25th Wedding Anniversary. It was recommended to me my a friend who previously stayed there. We had a wonderful experience. The room was lovely and the bed was very comfortable. The house and grounds are charming! The location is great - easy walking distance in to town. The innkeepers were very helpful in recommending wineries to visit and restaurants to eat at. The breakfasts were amazing! I had a second bowl of homemade granola on our last day there just because I knew I wasn't going to be eating it again.

(July 2013)
Rocky Springs Bed & Breakfast - Lancaster, Pennsylvania
This has been the first time we stayed at a bed and breakfast. It sure beats staying at a chain hotel. The rooms were clean and very comfortable and the Verna was the greatest host. The breakfast was awesome and we enjoyed the beautiful layout in the midst of an old theme park a lot.

(April 2013)
Hermann Hill Vineyard and Inn - Hermann, Missouri
This was our first time to Hermann Hill Vineyard and Inn and it vastly exceeded our expectations! The staff was very friendly and were able to recomend a sightseeing route complete with walking trail and map from the Inn. The night time delivery of ice cream and cookies was a great touch. And the view from our balcony of the town below was spectacular. We will be planning our trip back soon!

(January 2013)
Fitch Hill Inn Bed & Breakfast - Hyde Park, Vermont
John & Julie were great hosts for our 2 night stay in this outstandingly presented B & B in a quiet location in Hyde Park, near Stowe. Their attention to detail throughout their home was phenomenal. We stayed in the New York Suite on the 1st floor and it was beautifully presented with a queen size 4 posted bed. The en-suite had a small shower/toilet & could be a problem for larger size people, however, our room was still quite cosy. John's cooked breakfasts were sensational & a great start to the day. Having free WI-FI was an added bonus to the excellent amentities provided by our hosts, i.e., fresh cookies, library, Internet Access and large sitting room with cosy fireplace. Have no hesitation in recommending the Fitch Hill Inn for guests travelling from Aust.

(October 2012)
Chestnut Street Inn - Sheffield, Illinois
Choosing to have our wedding at the Chestnut Street Inn was the best decision we ever made. The owners Jeff and Monika were very accommodating with all of our needs and wants. It was a small affair but very elegant. The food was amazing! The service was excellent! We were able to have part of our reception outside on their patio and it was perfect for music and dancing. There isn't a thing we would change about our special day and we would recommend The Chestnut Street Inn to anyone and all our friends and family for dinner or any special occasion.

(July 2012)
Captain's Quarters Inn - Edenton, North Carolina
Wow step back in time everthing was perfect, great staff and could not have been treated better.Will stay there again!

(April 2012)
Blessings on State Bed & Breakfast - Jacksonville, Illinois
We had an exceptional stay at Blessings Bed & Breakfast! Gwen was a wonderful hostess and an outstanding chef!! Her husband was quite helpful as was her granddaughter who is a real charmer!! The suite is beautiful and thoughtfully decorated. The Christmas decorations were tasteful and made such a festive atmosophere. We highly recommend this B & B!!

(January 2012)
Inn at Pine Terrace - Oconomowoc, Wisconsin
We just visited The Inn at Pine Terrace for about the 10th time. We have never been disappointed! The Inn is charming, the accomodations are very comfortable, and the setting is great ... tucked away on a wooded hill side .. just a short walk from two beautiful lakes and quaint 'down town' Oconomowoc. John and Ruth were perfect host and served fine breakfasts. Very relaxing. Can't wait to visit again.

(October 2011)
The Fairfield Inn 1757 - Fairfield, Pennsylvania
Visiting Gettysburg we found the perfect Civil War era property. This is the most delightful, warm and friendly inn around the Gettysburg area. Andie, the Innkeeper made us feel like we were visiting a favorite aunt. She could have written the book on what how to perfectly run a B&B. Spacious rooms, f-a-b-u-l-o-u-s food, and an amazing history. (My parents stayed in J.E.B. Stuart’s room, used as his headquarters during the Civil War. We stayed in the 3 Colonels Suite, and didn’t want to leave!) To illustrate their service and attentiveness, they noticed I had thrown out my GPS (it broke on the trip) and they carefully retrieved it from my garbage thinking I had mistakenly tossed it. Be sure to eat at the tavern. I cannot wait to return, for the Fairfield Inn is the epitome of the B&B experience.

(July 2011)
Magnolia Springs Bed and Breakfast - Magnolia Springs, Alabama
Everything you want in a B&B. Innkeepers love what they do. Lots of attention to detail. Lots of attention to guests without being intrusive. Helpful, informative. Beautiful old home, beautifully restored in a quiet, rural beautiful setting. Nicely appointed rooms. Comfortable bed. Big, tasty, healthy breakfast. Short walk down oak shaded lane to very good bar and restaurant. Lots of stuff to do in very interesting part of the country.

(April 2011)
Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast - New Orleans, Louisiana
Talk about luck! Our first visit to New Orleans, and we found the best bargain in town. The Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast has it all: location, beauty, comfort, excellent professional standards, outstanding service, all for an affordable price. We came to New Orleans because our granddaughter had been accepted to Tulane University and needed to visit the school before making a decision. Finding the Avenue Inn on the Tulane University website, I chose it because it was close to the school and reasonably priced. What a lovely surprise! Bebe and Joe welcome you into their elegant home with genuine Southern hospitality and tell you that their first rule is that you have a great time in New Orleans. Well, they certainly succeeded with us. Each day as we explored New Orleans, we were delighted to return to the lovely tranquility of the Avenue Inn and the architectural beauty of the Garden District, remarking over and over how thankful we were not to be staying at an impersonal hotel in the French Quarter. Getting around was easy with the streetcar right outside the front door, and Joe and Bebe were so helpful with suggestions of things to see and do, places to eat. You don’t need a guidebook at the Avenue Inn. Thanks to them, we had a wide variety of experiences during our four-day visit. We hope that our granddaughter does choose Tulane so that we can return often, and it will be to the Avenue Inn.

(January 2011)
Bent Creek Lodge - Asheville, North Carolina
This was a wonderful visit to the Asheville area. The Lodge was perfect, I wouldn't change a thing. Breakfast was amazing. A definite do again.

(October 2010)
Evergreen Gate Bed and Breakfast - St Andrews, Manitoba
Staying at Evergreen Gate was one of the highlights of our recent trip to Winnipeg. Upon driving up to the house we were greeted by a tranquil setting-bright flowerbeds set amidst a lush green lawn. Our bedroom was very comfortable and well appointed. Rob and Laurel were gracious and knowledgeable hosts giving us a background on Winnipeg as well as ideas of what to see and do in the area. (Be sure and ask them about the Maple Tree Restaurant.) Sitting at the breakfast table each morning was a delight-the food was delicious and the company of Rob, Laurel and other guests made for an enjoyable and informative start to the day. We highly recommend this B&B and hope to get up to Winnipeg for a return visit!!

(July 2010)
Oak Tree Manor Bed & Breakfast, Weddings, and Special Events - Spring, Texas
This place was magnificent. I didn't expect much being this close to the city, but you would never know where you are by the beauty and serenity of this property. Maggie the owner is the best. She took care of our every need. She even had a bottle of champaigne waiting for us in our room when we got there. Some of the trees on this property are registered and are over 200 years old. Maggie is an unbeleivable inn keeper and a great cook. The breakfast she made us had all the trimmings including homemade hot sauce and tortillas. We would highly recommend staying here. This is one of the most goergeous B&B we have ever stayed at.

(April 2010)
Mount Victoria Bed & Breakfast Inn - Eureka Springs, Arkansas
We booked our stay at the Mount Victoria Inn to have a chance to relax and unwind - and it was the PERFECT place for us! Very charming and romantic, as is the entire town of Eureka Springs. The inn is beautifully decorated by Lisa, our room was very comfortable, and the breakfasts that Chris prepared were wonderful! We found the owners (Chris and Lisa) to be very friendly, and enjoyed chatting with them. There is nothing about our stay that I would change, and we can't wait to go back!

(January 2010)
The Woodstocker Inn Bed & Breakfast - Woodstock, Vermont
“Awesome Woodstocker Inn is an 'off-the-hook' boutique inn! The Woodstocker Inn is a fabulous inn with incredible hospitality from innkeepers David and Dora. Simply, the integrity of hospitality is evident from the moment you step into the inn and ring the bell for the innkeepers. The decor is modern with vibrant colors, the cuisine is local, organic and expertly prepared (includes press pot coffee), and the atmosphere is laid back with a library filled with a diverse collection of books and cds for your listening pleasure. Hospitality with a green/organic attitude is much appreciated; the inn is immaculate. Lastly, the charm and wit of the innkeepers is marvelous. ----- Martha and David, Brooklyn, NY

(October 2009)
Seven South Street Inn - Rockport, Massachusetts
This is one of the most exquisite inns we have ever stayed at. Debbie's gourmet breakfast is one of the best ever tasted! She is an outstanding cook as well as a wealth of local information. She is there to please and assist and makes certain your stay is a memorable one. We applaud Debbie and Nick with their outstanding job as innkeepers!!

(July 2009)
Harrington House Beachfront Bed & Breakfast Inn - Holmes Beach, Florida
Harrington House bungalo was abolutely perfect. This was the first time at a bed and breakfast and we could not have been happier with our choice. The rooms were immaculate and the staff was trememdous. We have already booked for next year

(April 2009)
DC Guesthouse - Washington, District of Columbia
Based on their website, I expected beautifully appointed, art-filled rooms. I found it most enchanting to be treated as a friend in the best sense of the word. The owners (Ron, Tom, Randy, and Mike) are the most hospitable hosts - warm and open while providing the perfect balance of privacy and camaraderie. Gourmet breakfasts, excellent dining and shopping recommendations, being pampered in an eclectic environment that transcends time and space (sounds like an exaggeration but the DC Guesthouse feels as though it could be anywhere in the world)- I will return as often as I am able, and highly recommend this B&B to all.

(January 2009)
Sunset on Seneca B&B - Burdett, New York
Our first stay at a Bed and Breakfast! The Location was wonderful...right on the lake, and the accommodations were open and spacious with intriguing design and decor. Frank and Donna were helpful, friendly and lovely hosts. In our short stay we felt as though we had come as guests but left as fiends... Thank you Frank and Donna

(October 2008)
Holmes With A View - Millersburg, Ohio
WONDERFUL WAY TO CELEBRATE OUR 20TH ANNIVERSARY!!

(July 2008)
The Inn At Ormsby Hill - Manchester Center, Vermont
The innkeepers were very pleasant and the Inn is beautifully decorated. The breakfast was excellent. We will definitely visit again!

(April 2008)
Berry Patch Bed & Breakfast - Lebanon, Pennsylvania
Phyllis from Huntingdon Valley - Very lovely accomodations. The innkeepers were the best and the food excellent. We highly recommend trying this place out. Comfy and cozy. It is a wonderful place to relax and forget the real world.

(January 2008)
The Hummingbird Inn Bed and Breakfast - Goshen, Virginia
Melissa from Falls Church VA - Lovely room, chocolate chip cookies and brownies,the fireplace in the den and feeling of coming home. We felt welcomed and taken care of. One of the best experiences in a B&B I've ever had.

(October 2007)
Inn at Ellis River - Jackson, New Hampshire
The hospitality was wonderful and the food was great! The room was very clean and comfortable. My husband and I chose this inn 2 years in a row for our anniversary.

(July 2007)
Town Creek Bed & Breakfast - Cleveland, Georgia
Christina from Atlanta,Ga - The Town Creek B&B was spectacular! Breath taking and the perfect place for a romantic, serene weekend or a girls/guys weekend. My boyfriend and I truly enjoyed our stay and will definately be back. The owner is a very genuine and down to earth guy, and his dog Luke is the most well behaved and loveable dog we had ever met. The hospitality is a 5 out of 5. Best place I have ever stayed.

(April 2007)
Sully Mansion Bed and Breakfast - New Orleans, Louisiana
Jim from Chicago - A very nice, well located, safe place in the Garden District with a warm and thoughtful hostess. Come to New Orleans, contribute to the local economy and help this unique treasure of a city get back on its feet.

(January 2007)
The Captain Jefferds Inn - Kennebunkport, Maine
Jor from Boston - Highly recommended - the inn and property were wonderfully decorated for Christmas. The atmosphere was comfortable and welcoming. The Adare sweet was elegant. Be sure to enjoy an afternoon tea by the fireplace. Also, stop by the North Light Gallery on your 4 minute walk to Dock Square.

(October 2006)
Fox Hill Bed & Breakfast Suites - Fairfield, Virginia
J from Washington, DC - The place is just beautiful. It is secluded in the mountains and the house and grounds are amazing. It is just a few miles from Lexington which has a lot of history and good food.

(July 2006)
The Roosevelt Inn - Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
Marge from Fresno, CA - Our stay was wonderful. The food was delicious. Hospitality very warm. The weather was great. John and Tina have great plans for the garden this year. I recommend The Roosevelt to anyone visiting Coeur d'Alene.

(April 2006)
Serenity Bed & Breakfast Inn - Wichita, Kansas
Lance from Kansas - This is the best Bed & Breakfast we have ever stayed at. The tuxedo strawberries were delicious, as well as the fruit smoothies. The innkeeper was very friendly. Upon our arrivial he gave us a tour of the inn and told us the history of the building. He was very professional and helpful during our stay.

(January 2006)
Collingwood Inn Bed & Breakfast - Ferndale, California
Jan from Cotati, CA - Chris and Peter are "gentlemen of the old school." They attend to every detail, not only making a guest's stay memorable, but making each person feel welcomed and cherished, as if that individual were the treasured special one they had been waiting for. On the other hand, in the evening several of us guests, unknown to each other gravitated to the parlor where, with our hosts, we relaxed into warm and friendly conversation over homemade pie and complimentary port. We became a gathering of old friends in their lovely, Victorian home.

(October 2005)
Weaverville Hotel & Emporium - Weaverville, California
Jeff & Clair from USA - Anyone looking for gold in the Trinity Alps need look no further than the Weaverville Hotel. Jeanne and Brian Muir have struck a rich vein with this lovely old building---and polished it to a warm, lustrous sheen. The Muirs’ boundless love for Weaverville’s history clearly sets the tone for a restoration that is no less remarkable for its restraint as it is for the incredible task of unearthing such a gem. Any person lucky enough to spend a day (or two or three!) in these rooms will leave with a clear glance back to Gold Rush. For us we experienced also a most gracious hospitality and the realization that luxury, in its true sense, changes very little through the ages.

(July 2005)
Munro House Bed and Breakfast and Spa - Jonesville, Michigan
Sally from Commerce Township, MI - We want to thank Mike & Lori for the lovely 50th Anniversary Party we held for our parents at the Munro House. I was able to coordinate all of the food for the party over the phone with Lori. This made it so easy for me, since I live 90 miles away in Detroit. I was most impresssed with the quality of the food, and all of the small details that made the house like entertaining in our own home, but without all the worry! The china and linens, even candle arrangements were all included. We simply could come in and enjoy the party. I certainly will recommend the Munro House for future parties, or as a bed and breakfast for people interested in staying in a lovely historical home with warm, entertaining innkeepers.

(April 2005)
Christmas House B&B Inn - Ouray, Colorado
Barbara from California - Fabulous! The Christmas House was everthing a B&B should be. Warm, VERY comfortable, with luxury amenities everywhere. Our suite had a million dollar view, a private jacuzzi, private sauna, private entrance, antiques, even air conditioning... Breakfast was gourmet and the best We've had at any B&B. By far our best B&B experiance! We shall return!

(January 2005)
Herald House Bed and Breakfast - New Albany, Ohio
Jayne from Massillon, Ohio - Connie and Nelson were outstanding hosts and were very accommodating. They wanted our experience to be "very special" and made us feel at home. We felt pampered!! It was fun!

(October 2004)
Solomon Mier Manor B & B - Ligonier, Indiana
C. from Michigan - Ron was very knowledgeable about his home. He could not have been nicer He went out of his way to make breakfast early enought for us. We had a full day planed and he was waiting for us at 7am for breakfast just like he said he would.The home is 15 min. away from shipshawana, and close to everything else we wanted to do. Ron makes the best lemonaid! Sorry to say we did not meet Doris she was away. You won't go wrong spending a night in this home.

(July 2004)
St Botolph Inn Bed & Breakfast - Weatherford, Texas
J. from Azle, Texas - It was a peaceful retreat with wonderful Christian hosts. The food was unbelievable!! The home was beautiful.

(April 2004)
Halvorsen House B & B - Friday Harbor, Washington
S from Seattle, Wa - We stay at Halvorsen House B&B whenever we do business in Friday Harbor. We have been pleased beyond our expectations in every regard. Donna Maloney, innkeeper, does an exceptional job to make us feel right at home and thoroughly spoiled. We would recommend it highly. It is situated on a lovely piece of property, and is quiet and peaceful, except for the resident rooster, which just adds to the ambience. We have stayed there in all seasons, and have never been disappointed.

(January 2004)
1868 Magnolia House Inn - Lexington, Virginia
A. from Sausalito CA - This 1860's historic home was truly delightful. The room's decor was quite comfortable...modern conveniences yet a step back into time. The bed was very comfortable, something that it quite important to me. I loved being able to walk to town for anything I wanted. Lots of historic things to do. I highly recommend this B&B.

(October 2003)
Crown Point Bed and Breakfast - Crown Point, New York
A from Morrison, CO - What a wonderful bed & breakfast! When I stepped over the threshold, I felt as though I was stepping back in time. Hugh and Sandy have put so much thought into every aspect of their in, and it shows in the beautiful detail. Each room had its own distinct charm. The hospitality was heart-warming. The innkeepers were eager to learn about us and do whatever they could to make our stay a memorable one. The breakfast was unforgettable! Overall, a fantastic stay!

(July 2003)
Don Gaspar Inn - Santa Fe, New Mexico
Heather from Colorado - Great place to stay. Our Suite was large and very comfortable. Complimentary drinks and water stocked daily in our refrigerator. Helpful and knowledgable innkeepers. The best value we have found in Santa Fe.

(April 2003)
Georgian House Bed & Breakfast - Annapolis, Maryland
A from Philadelphia, PA - A from Philadelphia, PA - Our dear friend Eileen gifted us with a two-night stay in Georgian House's Thomas Stone Suite, which she booked through an Internet search! My husband and I want those of you who surf for a place in Annapolis, MD to know from our wonderful experience what a find this bed and breakfast is! Attention to details and comfort are the keys to your stay in Sandy and Hank's house. The accommodations feature replicas of the period with the addition of modern conveniences. Outside allows you to enjoy the solitude of the restful gardens. The elegant and delicious breakfast adds to the charm. Also, this b&b is in the heart of Annapolis, so you can easily walk to all the major attractions. We give Georgian house our highest recommendation!

(January 2003)
Heather's Glen...A Bed & Breakfast & More! - Conroe, Texas
Megan from Bryan/College Station, Texas - My husband and I stayed at Heather's Glen for our second Valentine's Day as newlyweds. My husband made all the arrangements and the innkeeper helped him think of everything! The room was beautifully hand painted, complete with a large, comfy bed and a relaxing, two-person bath. The loveseat on the covered porch was perfect for enjoying the beautiful morning. We felt like we were hidden away from the entire world! It was so peaceful and quiet, and I almost wish we could have another wedding, just to get married at the gorgeous facilities. I would highly recommend it to anyone!

(October 2002)
Iron Mountain Inn B&B - Butler, Tennessee
Tara from Kingsport, TN - From the moment we pulled into the drive, until we waved goodbye from the car, we were shown such genuine hospitality from Ms. Vicky Woods. The Inn was extremely cozy from the 350 count Egyptian cotton sheets to the warm muffins and hot coffee outside your door in the morning, this place felt like home. The scenery that surrounded the Inn was breathtaking, and from the deck, you could see for miles. After only two nights, it was hard to leave the Iron Mountain Inn, and although it was our first visit, it certainly won't be our last.

(July 2002)
Martha's Vineyard Bed and Breakfast - South Haven, Michigan
Meagan & Mark from Illinois - As "first-timers" to the other side of Lake Michigan, we were amazed! The beach was beautiful, South Haven and the vineyards were wonderful. We absolutely loved our room - we both slept better here than at home. The breakfasts were phenomenal! Thank you so much for a great weekend.

(April 2002)
Marshall Slocum Inn - Newport, Rhode Island
Dana from Queens - Breakfast was delicious and very filling. Room was immaculate. Package deal was the way to go - the things we really wanted to see and do were all put together for us!

(January 2002)
La Belle Epoque - Napa, California
M from CA - The food was on a par with the best in the napa valley staff was more than helpful and the inn was impeccably kept.

(October 2001)
The Inn At Narrow Passage - Woodstock, Virginia
Jennifer from Stafford, VA - I LOVED my stay at the Inn at Narrow Passage!!! It was great!! My husband and I had so much fun. We were looking for a weekend away from the hussle and bussle of northern va and we acheived that at the Inn at Narrow Passage. We swam in the Shenandoah River, we read books in our quiet room, we took walks and drives to see new things, we went horse back riding, we had the BEST breakfasts ever, and we went to the Edinburg Festival (a "must see"). It was all so wonderful. This inn is the best place to go if you want a down home country type inn with great food and great hospitality. We enjoyed ourselves so much that we are making it a tradition and going back every year!

(July 2001)
Three Bears at The Fountain Bed and Breakfast - Stowe, Vermont
Grace from Charlotte, NC - This inn is lovely, the breakfast to die for, and the hospitality superb.

(April 2001)
The Apple Orchard Inn - Sedona, Arizona
L from Little Rock, AR - Extremely cordial host/owner, Stephanie. Wonderful spacious rooms with every amenity. Beautiful views of the red rock area. Privacy honored.

(January 2001)
Dripping Springs Resort - Estes Park, Colorado
Julie from Pearsall, Texas - Drippings Springs is the most wonderful relaxing place to stay. The Innkeepers are the warmest and friendliest people that make everyone feel at home. And the breakfast is so delightful and filling. Always something new.

(October 2000)
Nagle Warren Mansion B&B - Cheyenne, Wyoming
Ivy from Denver - A treasure in the heart of downtown Cheyenne - convenient to everything. A wonderful complement to a Frontier Days experience and only a block away from the excellent parade. Every single detail of this inn and its service are handled with elegance and friendly professionalism. The Inn has full services for both the vacationer and business traveler. This was our third visit, and we've already made our reservations for next year. Wyoming was wild in the olden days, but it was elegant, too, and this B&B experience will round out your picture of the west.

(July 2000)
St Botolph Inn Bed & Breakfast - Weatherford, Texas
Todd from Grapevine, Texas - It was outstanding in every way. We had a wonderful time. The Buttolph's are great folks, very hospitable, and Shay really knows how to make scones!

(April 2000)
The Olde Rhinebeck Inn c.1745 - Rhinebeck, New York
John from Morristown, NJ - The personality of Jonna, the innkeeper, was the highlight of our stay. We have stayed at many B&Bs and Jonna is clearly the most delightful innkeeper we have met.

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