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My wife always wanted to go to Cumberland Gap, and she found this very nice place. Huge Victorian house, comfortable beds, wonderful host, great eggs Benedict for breakfast. Jill advised us on things to do, and interesting geographical history of the area. A bit out...More
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Response from cumberlandmanorb, Owner at The Cumberland Manor B & BResponded June 1, 2016
Thanks, and congrats on 35 years together!!! You guys were so much fun and I enjoyed our time together!
A wonderful stay in a historic mansion, beautifully furnished. Jill was so helpful and went out of her way to make my visit very special. The food was excellent, and the site is unique: on the rim of a crater caused by a meteor crash...More
Stayed one night with my wife, my high school daughter, and a friend of hers, who were visiting Lincoln Memorial University, which is barely 10 minutes away. My daughter's friend wrote us a nice card afterwards, thanking us for taking her, and what a nice...More
A very peaceful and welcoming experience. Jill and John are wonderful host. They are very informative about the local area, they take excellent care of this lovely old house. Breakfast was delicious! The local area is picturesque. Great experence, hope to go back!
Cumberland Manor is a beautiful B&B and is wonderfully located in within an easy and pleasant walk to downtown Middlesboro, the Canal Walk, a cafe and steakhouse, museums, and locally-owned shops. Jill is an excellent host and provided super insight into the town and region—things...More
Response from cumberlandmanorb | Property representative |
Thanks for your question, it's a good one. The house is now 127 years old. I will be very honest, knowing how you may suffer physically at times. In the summer, yes, it may smell when we have had a lot of rain... More
Thanks for your question, it's a good one. The house is now 127 years old. I will be very honest, knowing how you may suffer physically at times. In the summer, yes, it may smell when we have had a lot of rain. It's not bad as we have added central A/C.But as you know old stuff can emit odor. I don't use smelly air fresheners, either. I just try to clean regularly and let the house be what it is.
I hope this helps with your decision, and maybe I'll see you soon!!