As a semi-frequent business traveler, I first stayed at the Loganberry looking for a break from the sterile, small, unwelcoming, and uninteresting hotel chains. I had never stayed at a B&B before and hadn't even considered it for business travel but I wanted something that would feel more like home. I found it at the Loganberry. Now I stay there every time I come to the Fulton area. Once, I was trapped at the inn for a day due to a pretty decent snow storm. Not being prepared for the storm, and with restaurants in the area closed due to the weather, I had nothing to eat. Without me asking, Carl and Cathy offered to feed me lunch and dinner (for free). I humbly accepted. They are gracious, considerate, and kind hosts.
Besides the hospitality, the Loganberry has several other great things to offer. The breakfast is great. There is an unending flow of various coffees (regular and decaf) at the touch of a button. The rooms are always clean. The front porch and backyard are great places to relax on a nice evening. The place has an interesting history.
So, for all the business travelers looking for a break from the norm; check out the Loganberry. You can go back to earning your big chain rewards points on your next trip.