My husband and I were traveling in Virginia, and Manassas was our first city to visit.
We went sightseeing the better part of the day and had planned to stay at a hotel that night. However, we opted for the Bennett House Bed and Breakfast at the last minute. We were certainly fortunate that they had a vacancy for the night (probably because it was not a weekend night). It's located in the neighborhood of the historic district on a dead end street, so it's very quiet. Curtis greeted us with a bright smile and made us feel right at home. We shared a glass of wine in the parlor with him and he told us the history of Manassas and his family's history in the area. He suggested a really good cajun restaurant for dinner. Our room was nicely appointed with antiques, very clean and had a comfortable queen bed. Our bathroom was off the hallway but was not shared with anyone else. I was a bit uneasy about that, but it worked out very well. His wife, Jean, prepared a scrumptious breakfast the next morning (fresh fruit, eggs benedict and really good coffee). Curtis and Jean certainly gave us a sample of what Southern hospitality is all about.More
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