We stayed at the Chuckwagon Inn for our wedding anniversary. We were not so impressed with the Bollinger Cabin. There were do many little signs all around the cabin with all type of restrictions, that we felt kind of walking on eggshells. The breakfast was not bad, i had better. Also when we arrived, I found hair all over in the bed conforter. Also Sam talks more than I can handle. He seems to be more interested in what he has to say than what other guest has to share.
I think that a good way to welcome their guest should be with homemade cookies in their cabins and they should also stack up their kitchenette with teas, cocoa etc.
This place was OK, but I would like to try other b&b in the Fredericksburg area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Chuckwagon Inn is an historic property on 5 1/2 acres only 2 miles from downtown Main St. The inn has 5 separate guest quarters including an 1850's log cabin, all of which have been beautifuly restored. Our rooms feature fireplaces, king beds and whirlpool tubs with showers and we serve a made from scratch full country breakfast each morning in the dining room of our 1854 stone house which is across the drive from the cottages. ... more less