I had never stayed at a bed and breakfast prior to this trip but when I arrived I found something I never expected. When I checked in, Debra (the receptionist) was warm and friendly and very helpful. I asked if there was anywhere close by to eat and she indicated there was a cafe' open right behind the gift shop (where I registering.) I went to the cafe and was greeted by the nicest waiter I think I have ever had. Josh was exceptionally courteous and thorough and answered all the questions I had related to the menu. I finally arrived at the "main house" and found it very inviting and very clean. The staff was helpful and helped me get settled as quickly as I arrived. After a very comfortable sleep---I woke to find the most wonderful "continental" breakfast I have ever had. I wonder what continent serves a ham and cheese and egg and onion concoction with six varieties of fruits, yogurt, special breads made by the staff on site and coffee good enough to be called "LOUISIANA APPROVED." If you want to know anything you just need to ask and the staff makes every effort to meet your need.
While I was there I observed two things that made me smile. One---the women who were in one of the "cabins" came in and they had also had Josh as their server and one inquired if I had had the "Big Willie" for supper. I told her no and she said---"That was soooooo good but I think they should probably have an ambulance outside for the coronary." The Big Willie has 10 crispy pieces of bacon, lettuce and tomatoes. The second thing I noticed was on Sunday morning, our hostess Summer came into the dining room carrying a vase full of fall leaves. One of the women at the other end of the table began to cry. It seems she had requested leaves prior to her arrival and Summer had gone out early Sunday morning and had gathered them together.
The staff is exceptional, kind, courteous, professional and thorough. Other than that---they were "okay". :-) I would recommend this B&B to anyone traveling the Natchez Trace. As if the Trace wasn't reason enough to travel the trace----French Camp is at the half way point and a great way station. Take in some of the history of the area. It will be a trip worth while.
If there is more than one, you may want to reserve a cabin. As a solo I stayed in the main house...
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