When William Bybee built his home in the 1850's, he couldn't have picked a better location for an inn. Neither could he possibly have imagined that 160 years later, people from far and wide would visit and experience the grandeur of what he alone once possessed.
We have visited quite a few very special inns/B&B's here in the states and abroad, but after staying at Bybee's, we now have a new higher standard with which to measure all others.
Leaving WAS like saying "Goodbye" to family.
Each breakfast WAS a culinary delight, as a gift given and not soon forgotten.
Our room (The Elizabethan Room) WAS elegant, cozy--yes, special! (We recognized the English linens and robes.)
A beautiful Bed &Breakfast being run, by two very special cousins, with creativity, sincerity, loving care, and total passion.
All this for OUR (And Your) enjoyment!More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking