We met both Martha and Richard, the owners, right after we arrived Monday afternoon. I had asked for the Elopement Package and the Evening in Paris Cottage, which is a separate 2 bedroom area behind the old Plantation style home. They have two of these at the back of the property; the Paris is upstairs so keep that in mind when making reservations as you will have to climb some stairs.
I've stayed in many bed and breakfast homes across the US and I'd have to say this is at or near the top of my favorites list after this visit. My fiancée and I wanted something special, and I ran across this place in a Google search. After doing some research I called and made the reservations for 2 days so that we could be married at 9:30 in the morning. Martha took care of everything.
Tuesday we had a minister, a short walk to the gazebo on a rose petal covered silk runner, and of course our wedding vows. Martha used my camera to take some pictures. Thanks Martha!
In our room, Flowers, a hand decorated plate with our names and wedding date on it, and a wedding cake. They offered a bottle of wine or champagne and chocolate covered strawberries in the evening.
Before we left Wednesday morning we had a wonderful omelet, fruit, cinnamon covered English muffin, and some really tasty sausage covered with some sweet chipotle... I loved it!
The chocolate cookies they gave to us when we arrived were just out of the oven, and I have to say they might be the best chocolate cookies I've ever eaten. They were S 'mores chocolate cookies in case you are interested.
I don't just give 5 stars at random. When you can have an experience that is close to flawless 5 stars sometimes isn't even enough. This place is a memory waiting to happen if you choose it. Thanks again to Martha and Richard for a wonderful experience and we plan on many more trips to this great Bed and Breakfast!