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My husband and I were travelling backroads from Richmond, Virginia to West Virginia on scenic Hwy. 39. We had no reservations as we had no real schedule. We arrived at the quaint, historic town of Warm Springs and decided to leave the highway and check...More
Loved the old mill, but the food was disappointing. My husband ordered the lamb, which was just okay. I ordered the bread pudding for dessert and it was microwaved, so it tasted rubbery. All in all, it was a let down from what we were...More
My first stay was due to business in the area. I was late arriving as my partner's flight was late. He called ahead and the restaurant closed at 8:30 so Alex had us a dinner prepared when we arrived. He escorted us to our rooms...More
This is a charming little village for relaxing. I would add that if you are looking for new and modern, this is not for you. If you are looking for a charming B & B this is the place to stay. Our floors creaked a...More
Quaint, quiet, and cozy. Great weekend getaway close to hiking, waterfalls, and the Homestead. Have never seen so many fireflies at once, under a dark starry sky over by the pool. Employees were friendly but respectful of privacy. We stayed in Silo room, very cool...More
Breakfast is free. It depends what you think expensive is. The menu is on-line on their website appetizers are less than $10, main dishes between $22 and $30. We thought it was worth what we paid. Dinners are always more... More
Breakfast is free. It depends what you think expensive is. The menu is on-line on their website appetizers are less than $10, main dishes between $22 and $30. We thought it was worth what we paid. Dinners are always more expensive if you order drinks.