My husband and I just got back from Good Timber and I cannot say enough good things about our stay. It was one of the best weekends we ever had at a B&B! My only regret is that we did not stay for longer--I could easily have spent an entire week there. The place is lovely, decorated with all sorts of one of a kind treasures, from local artisans as well as from the owners travels. Although we went there for a rest, there is plenty to do--whether you want to go canoeing, hiking, wander through antique stores in a nearby town, or just stay inside by the fire. (In fact, my favorite part was sitting out on the porch, wrapped in a blanket, reading and looking at the lake.) Vianne and Michael make you feel more like welcome guests than customers, and the food was out of this world--breakfasts that make you forget you were supposed to be on a diet, and wine and hors d'oeuvres in the afternoon. We hope to go back again, and maybe make this an annual weekend.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Good Timber Bed & Breakfast is an intimate cedar log lodge located directly on Deep Creek Lake. In Spring, Summer and Fall there are kayaks and canoes available for guest use. In the winter cross country skiing and down hill slopes are minutes away. A wonderful place to relax or play. ... more less