I agree with an earlier review that you should definitely think of this as a B&B. It's like staying at someone's house because, well it is; the owners live there. Homeowners may not have the same standards of maintenance & cleanliness as better hotels. It is an old house with uneven, creaky floors and don't expect modern bathrooms. The walls are covered with decorative borders & pictures, and "collectibles" are everywhere ,with several rooms dedicated to storage, yet with the open area around the lobby & stairwell, everything seems to echo. As long as you know what to expect, someone's country home, not a luxury hotel, you can have a nice stay. Darrell & David are friendly. The food is classic southern home cooking with a little twist, which means lots of butter and sugar. I most enjoyed the black eyed peas with tomatoes and fluffy biscuits. Overall, not a bad stay at all because we knew what to expect, and we were mostly there to learn about ghost hunting and maybe hear the whistler.
- Also Known As:
- Thomas House Hotel Red Boiling Springs