My husband and I (with dog - Daisy Duke) vacationed here for three days of Kingdom Trails mountain biking and hiking. Our trip was fabulous from check in to check out. We had visited the Wildflower during previous mountain bike trips but we only had lunch and dinner on those occasions and I had always wanted to stay here. This time we physically came back for more great hospitality, great food and a lovely stay in the School House Suite.
We all enjoyed our stay, including our dog Daisy Duke. She loved her walks exploring the grounds and the vast network of trails and great outdoors. The Wildflower Inn was very accommodating and granted us extra time checking out so we could enjoy our last day of riding Kingdom Trails and allowing Daisy Duke to stay in our Suite as we were there during a heat wave and she needed to stay cool and be out of the 90 heat.
The Wildflower grounds are absolutely stunning. If your looking to get away from it all this is the place! If you love the great outdoors this is a fabulous place to escape to. I read some other reviews with a few negative comments here and there and I really felt compelled to write a recent review. Yes, we got wireless in our School House Suite which was very private and away from the main inn. I have traveled all over the world. I've stayed in a variety of places from fancy hotels, camping, RVing, B&Bs, military accommodations etc. The Wildflower is top notch.
Daisy Dukes Family
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- A relaxing small inn that sits on 500 acres with spectacular views of the countryside. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Wildflower Hotel Lyndonville