Just finished our 11th (eleventh!) stay at the Barn/Roost. Stay here passing through twice a year, going and coming from Florida. And we have cats. And the cats have been with us for the eleven stays, and they too love the Barn. We enjoy the quiet, the privacy, the cookies and Jeanna's hospitality. We look forward to seeing her twice a year. Always a very enjoyable time.
This was my second trip to Whispering Pines. We have been treated above and beyond both times. I have gluten allergies and Jeanna is quick to make sure that I have wonderful breakfast meals that meet my needs. The pancakes on this last visit were so good, I asked for the recipe. Nebraska City has beautiful foliage and fun sights to see. We toured an Orchard and picked apples on our last visit which the children loved. This trip was adults only and we did wine tastings. Whispering Pines is easily accessible to anything in town.
This was our 4th stay at Whispering Pines and each time is fabulous. The property is beautiful, the food out of this world but what really makes it special is Jeanna! Visiting her place is like staying with family. Always nice to have a conversation with her at breakfast. She is full of great information about local places, things to do, etc. We will be back again-
We greatly enjoyed our stay at whispering pines! Our room was quiet and secluded which is exactly what we needed for our anniversary! Everything was very clean and the food was delicious! We loved sitting on the porch just enjoying our time together. We are so excited to go back! I highly recommend making a trip to whispering pines.
B&B owner Jeanna is professional, personable and well seasoned in the business. She is a great concierge (gave us a dinner recommendation for a local Mexican restaurant and tipped us off to the nearby Arbor Lodge State Historical Park for a pre-breakfast walk). Our suite had a traveling theme and was very private. The outdoor hot tub, available to all guests, was an added bonus. It was shaded in the morning, making it comfortable despite the July heat. Breakfast was an Italian frittata with homemade marinara sauce, perfectly seasoned fried potatoes, two choices of sweet breads and some plain yogurt with berries on the wrap-around porch. The house, which sits on 6 acres, is decorated very tastefully, and the porch is perfect for reading or relaxing on the swing. A 200-year-old oak, giant Linden tree, and flower garden add to the outdoor ambiance. We enjoyed a very relaxing stay and would love to return.…