My girlfriend and i stayed at this BnB driving back to Atlanta from a weekend wedding in Pennsylvania. We didn't have reservations. We literally pulled off the highway to eat dinner fairly late at night near Roanoke, and decided we were tired to continue driving, so we started pulling up nearby hotels and BnBs on the 'ol smart phone (thank god for modern technology, eh?). We stumbled across this BnB in Christiansburg, and it looked great. So we called, and thankfully they had the Garden Cottage still available. So we thought it would be worthwhile to drive a bit further to stay there......and SO glad we did. Upon entering the home, we knew we made the right choice. The home was GORGEOUS. We were immediately greeted by Linda and given the low-down on the house, even despite it being pretty late at this point. While we would've liked to stay in the main house due to the ornate beauty and experience of it, we had a great time in the Garden Cottage. It's far enough away from the main house and has enough trees/bushes around it to feel private. Being able to enjoy the outdoor private hot tub that comes with the cottage was well worth not being in the main house! We definitely took advantage. The cottage itself was small and cozy and full of charm. Almost felt like being a kid again, with the vertical ladder going up to the bedroom loft. The kitchenette was tiny, but suitable and sufficient. The bathroom was great, with the sauna. Definitely a fun little abode to stay in for a night or two. Breakfast the next morning was DELICIOUS, and service was excellent. Linda and Bernie were great, made us feel very welcome, and enjoyed talking with them. A 10 out of 10.
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