The historical feel, care, and maintenance are much appreciated. We did not stay here as a guest, but we had breakfast at The Shelburne Restaurant. The breakfast was above average, but nothing to write home about. Reservations are required, so be sure to reserve a time before showing up. We did have reservations, and were seated soon after we arrived at 9:30am. Unfortunately, there was a bit of a service issue during our visit. This may seem small to some, but the lady who took our order tried to do it without writing it down and screwed up my egg order........ I didn't say anything, as I can eat eggs many ways. However, I noticed at the table next to us that had around 6 or 7 people, she screwed up the egg order for two of those folks...... and, they let her know about it. Also, the "spuds" they serve were a bit too herbal for my taste and I didn't ilke them. The bread was home made and was quite good. Their bacon was too thin...... I'd go for a thicker cut bacon, which would fit the wonderful 19th century atmosphere that the caring owner has preserved so well. My wife just loved the english flower garden along the front of the building.
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