This B & B is filled with style and grace. The innkeepers-- Donya and Karla -- are very welcoming, accommodating, and totally charming. They truly go out of their way to make the stay the best it can be. The entire house is tastefully furnished and the rooms are clean and comfortable. Every detail has been considered. We loved how creative and excellent the breakfasts were. We’ve been staying here for years … and it just gets better and better. We’re hooked!
My son and I visited the Inn mid-October and what a fantastic experience. We stayed in the Mistress Adella suite and it was perfect for us. We each had our own room for privacy yet could visit with one another. The rooms were immaculate and 100% Covid clean. Breakfasts were very good and guests were socially distanced. We visited the Botanical Gardens and they were lovely to see. Thanks for a great visit
We have been guests to this bed and breakfast before but this experience left a lot to be desired. While the Inn was still very beautiful the current ownership left us stunned. We did not feel welcomed guests at all. Our room, Ms Diana’s suite was beautiful but over was extremely hot. I could not sleep at all because of this. I was shocked at the “breakfast” which was grapes, “Little Debbie” doughnuts and an awful pumpkin spice “waffle”. After not eating anything I was finally asked if I did not like the breakfast but was not offered anything else. When my husband and I got up to leave the table I was finally offered a container of yogurt. We left to get a proper breakfast elsewhere
We got away for 2 days. Even though we arrived slightly early, we were graciously welcomed and given a quick orientation. Both of the owners were eager to please and accommodate and made sure our dietary needs were met. Our room was on the 3rd floor and so, so quiet. We slept very well there. Our room met our needs and expectations. Other open rooms we saw had different accommodations for families of various sizes. We would definitely stay there again.
We came to the Page House a few days before Christmas in Dec. 2019. We had a nice stay in Norfolk, where we saw Hamilton, but we were disappointed with our stay at the Page House Inn. I booked the Miss Diane suite through Travelocity with a search for 4 guests, indicating the ages of our children. When we arrived, the hosts were unwelcoming and said they were not expecting children. No problem with the policy of not having kids, but if there is a mixup that allowed us to book, they should take it up with Travelocity, not scold guests. After smoothing that over, we checked into the room, which is a good size for four guests and was a pleasant space, albeit the claw foot tub shower is dangerous. Breakfast was average, with a small hot dish (eg, tater tot egg casserole ) and fruit on the side. We went out for most of the day and when we came back after dinner, we could not get in the front door. We called the emergency number, and one of the hosts came up, glaring at us, to open the door, saying someone’s been slamming this door too hard all day and looking at us accusingly. Not our fault, lady! If your lock is sticking, call a handyman, don’t accuse us of breaking it when we weren’t there all day—a gracious host would apologize to us for the inconvenience to us for standing out on the porch trying to open the lock in the cold. At checkout, the hosts sprang an extra fee of approximately 35$ per day per child ($70 total per day). I don’t begrudge an extra charge if there was a genuine mixup, but tater tot cassserole is not worth $35 per person! Plus, this should be discussed in advance and not presented at checkout in a passive aggressive way. At this point, I was disgusted and we had to be on our way to Charleston, so I paid the fee, but also told them calmly that I felt they were unwelcoming hosts when we checked in and when their door broke. There are some good things about the Page House, like the location and the building, but I can’t recommend the inn based on the hosts. I debated between a 2 and a 3 given the positives, but ultimately decided on a 2, because we were not happy when we left and that is not an average experience. …