We visited this B&B with some friends for a weekend. It is isolated, so don't expect NYC (or even Birmingham for that matter). The setting is gorgeous, the accommodations nice, but I couldn't get over the fact that once we entered the front door, only the doorman was genuine in his greeting. In fact, the owner was less than hospitable. They were not close to being filled with guests, so that was not factor (or maybe it was!). Dinner was good and we had a nice, quiet weekend to spend with our friends. I would say that the management could use a lesson, or two, in hospitality.
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