An elegant historic property, meticulously maintained, with most accommodating and gracious hosts. Our second time after three years, and it was even better. The only B&B to consider when in Saint John, NB.More
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An elegant historic property, meticulously maintained, with most accommodating and gracious hosts. Our second time after three years, and it was even better. The only B&B to consider when in Saint John, NB.MoreShow less
Thank you for your visit and your comments. It was good to read that we have maintained and even possibly improved upon our service. We so enjoy return visits and welcome your feed back. It was so much fun to have the Hunter Hayes video shot in our home and neighborhood. Check out "I want Crazy' but remember that the room color was changed for the video and the furniture you see are props and not what is usually there.
We will look forward to a third visit in the not to distant future.
The inn is absolutely love, and perfectly located on a quiet side street in the central part of historic Saint John. Walkable to everything. The owners Jim and Carl couldn't be more gracious. They're also well acquainted with the history of their inn, and the area, know the best places to eat, what beers to enjoy, and they make a fantastic breakfast. There's a friendly cat on site who I was told by the owners was featured briefly in country star Hunter Hayes' video for Call Me Crazy, which was shot at this inn. Who doesn't want to stay in a beautiful Queen Anne inn with a famous cat?
The house is brillant and you feel welcome as soon as you step inside. Carl and Jim are very good hosts and nothing seem to much trouble for them. We do not think there is anything that they do not know about Saint John and the area around there We stayed for four nights and if we come back to Canada I am sure we will try to stay their again. The breakfasts are great fresh fruit,home made jams to go with the toast and a different hot dish each day.
We are so glad to hear that you had an excellent visit to our city and had the opportunity to share our home with us. We will look forward to a return visit in the near future. Until then good health and safe travel.
The house is HUGE and beautiful and very well maintained. The room we had was grande with bay windows. Our house guests Carl and Jim made us feel right at home and had great ideas on visiting the city. The morning breakfast was superb. Next time we visit the area we will definitely stay here again.
Greetings from Saint John,
We thank you for your recent visit to our city and for the opportunity to share our home with you. We are glad you had a good visit and hope that we will have the opportunity to meet again and share more of what we and our city has to offer.
Until your return we wish you good health and great adventures.
A delightful old residence right in the historic part of downtown Saint John. Carl & Jim were most welcoming and had lots of suggestions of what to see and do and where to eat.
Breakfast on our first day included home made French Toast and on our second day home made pancakes as well as fresh fruit salad coffee etc
Good day. Thank you for the review of our property. We are very pleased that your stay with us was very positive. We strive very hard to meet and hopefully exceed the expectations of our guests. It was clearly a pleasure to share our home with you. Hopefully we will have another opportunity to do so.
Carl & Jim Trickey-Crooks
The owners Carl and Jim make this the place to stay. Extremely helpful, their suggestions on what to do in town made for a wonderful evening. Jim was right that we would leave Britt's bar only after getting to become best friends with everyone there. The breakfast was incredible too. Everything was walking distance.
Thank you so much for the review of our property. We are very pleased that you enjoyed our city, its friendly people, fine restaurants and your stay at Mahogany Manor. Isn't Britts fun! We look forward to a return visit because you have only touched on the many treassures Saint John has to offer.
Carl & Jim Trickey-Crooks