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We stayed two nights and enjoyed the Inn. The suite was spacious, bed comfortable and the breakfast (included in room rate) had good options to pick from. Everything was very clean. Some of the “antiques” in the room were nice and some either needed to...More
We stayed in room number 9. We loved the cozy feel of the entire place. The staff was warm and inviting, the front porch was a great place for a glass of wine, the room and bed offered a great nights sleep.
We spent one night at the Veranda, and were very pleased. Room 11 is at the very back of the property. It was quiet; serene. It has its own exterior entry door, which is very convenient. The breakfast was nice, with boiled eggs and various...More
The veranda was very delightful...we were the only guests at the time. One imagines what it was like in the 1880s. Pretty primitive I imagine. The owner was very accommodating and helpful with info about the area. Eleanor, the breakfast lady, told us her fascinating...More
This was our fourth stay at The Veranda and will not be our last! The quiet accommodations, attention to detail and warmth you feel from David and his staff are what make this an enjoyable and relaxing place to stay should you find yourself in...More
Don't know what their policy is on children. When we stayed at the Veranda, there were kids there but I believe they were staying in one of the cottages in the back. Better contact the Veranda directly to make sure.