We called Kathy Graham after getting tickets to a show presented by the Friends of the Bedford Library. The inn was booked for Friday but Kathy arranged for tickets and accomodations on Saturday. Upon arrival our hosts greeted us and provided information on dining options and directions.
The inn is in an old home on a delightful street with old trees and mountain views. We even saw fall crocus blooming for the first time.
The room was very comfortable with a private entrance from the porch. Nicely decorated with antiques and various memorabilia. The blackboard greeting was a nice touch.
Kathy provided directions to restaurants in town and info on each. We were able to walk to our choice, enjoy an nice meal, walk to the library, enjoy the show and back to the inn. A very comfortable walk.
Breakfast was nicely served and tasty. Very enjoyable. Great hospitality.
We would definitely choose this inn on a future trip to Bedford.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- On the crest of a ten acre field, our Victorian home sits proudly alongside stately walnut and pecan trees. The wrap-around front porch, warmed by a century of sunrises, has a side door for the private use of our guests. On the main floor, our guest room has an heirloom antique double canopy bed and private bathroom. Within walking distance to Bedford's quaint downtown restaurants and shops. ... more less