What a wonderful experience!! My beloved and I decided to run away for a few days and explore the world and I happened to trip over this wonderful B&B on line. I am a huge fan of the Bard, so I figured this would be a very very cool thing to check out. We were so pleasantly suprised. It was bar far the most comfortable we have ever been at a B&B.
Ms. Juilette was an outstanding hostess. Breakfast was made fresh every morning, and we are eternally greatful for the accomodations that needed to be made for my beloved. Juilette can make a mean pot of English Breakfast Tea. I don't think that I have ever had that much tea in one sitting. Just wonderful. The baked goods were wonderful as well.
We were lodging in the Juilette room, and the bed was devine. Actually, everything about the room was wonderful. The smallest touches were in the room that just added to the whole experience. Sonnets by Shakespeare, the small windows with the "perches" underneath them, and completely down to the humidifier, our room had everything we needed to make us feel completely at home.
We loved the cats, we felt like we were home. We also enjoyed morning conversations with the very interesting people who were staying for the weekend as well.
We so wish to return and try another room and explore Staunton just a tad bit more on our next arrival.
Thank you for such a wonderfully realxing weekend. Cheers!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Staunton Bed and Breakfast offering three guest rooms - all with private baths, free WiFi, cable TV and queen beds. Charming thatched cottage set in large garden. Close to Polyface farm as well as many other places to visit. We take pets and are set on an acre of gardens although close to the center of town. Enjoy the quiet of not being right in the center where late night music can disturb you. Come and enjoy wine tasting, antiquing or exploring downtown. Blackfriar's theatre offers shows 5 days a week and we have 2 art cinemas. Lots of places to visit nearby like the Frontier Culture Museum, Woodrow Wilson birthplace, Monticello, and of course the Blue Ridge Parkway where you can hike. ... more less