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Excellent location with fantastic innkeepers, incredible food and very comfortable rooms. The historic building is so beautiful and very well maintained. Definitely will be returning and staying as long as possible. Thanks John and Kris!
My mother and I stayed at the Liberty Hill Inn after a night in a less than desirable chain hotel. I had stayed at the Inn in the past and am kicking myself for not booking it first for this trip with my mother. When...More
My husband, our daughter and grandson (10) stayed in the Waterford suite which was perfect for a family. I started taking pictures from the moment we turned into the circle drive. The grounds are beautiful and well maintained. John met us at the door and...More
We stayed for 2 nights during the week as an anniversary getaway. The attention to detail here was impressive - from Kris's fresh baked cookies when you walk in the door to the glass of wine as you check-in their experience shows. As they weren't...More
Since this was shoulder season at the Liberty Hill Inn and the Inn was lightly booked, we were upgraded and given two choices of larger rooms, deciding to stay in the Hallett Room on the second floor of the carriage house.
The rooms were beautiful,...More
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What is the protocal for byob a restaurants? This is something new to us. Are we limited to wine or can we bring liquor for cocktails? Thanks.
July 24, 2015|
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Most restaurants do not allow BYOB due to liquor License restrictions. Some Restaurants will allow you to bring a bottle of wine but the corking fee can be almost as much as getting one from the restaurant. Hope this helps... More
Most restaurants do not allow BYOB due to liquor License restrictions. Some Restaurants will allow you to bring a bottle of wine but the corking fee can be almost as much as getting one from the restaurant. Hope this helps - best to call the restaurant before you go...