Friday, October 13, 2006


The foliage is fading, but the view will still take your breath away! The mountain sides are alive with crimson and gold. There's a crisp nip to the air letting the natives know to polish up those snow boots and dig out the warm woolies. We've been fortunate the past few days to have bright sunshine and seasonable temps during the day and also have it just chilly enough outside at night to make you want to take advantage of that fireplace in our common room.


Anonymous said...

We had the most wonderful time at your inn! Everyone was so friendly and helpful. They say Texas has southern hospitality but the staff at this inn has invented Northern hospitality at its finest!

Anonymous said...

My review posted at Fodors.

Warm, friendly people who cared about our comfort and happiness. You can tell they really care about the people and the place right in their hearts. "Beka" in housekeeping made us feel right at home and went out of her way and got me a soda when it wasn't even her job. That was really sweet. Sue on the front desk was full of great shopping tips and she was really funny too. Carol and Deb at night completed things by being the best host and waitress we've had in a long long time. They all made our trip really special and combine all those great people with a beautiful but not pretensious country inn and we have a memory to cherish and a place to make more. Thanks to everyone there for taking the time to make two old folks feel like kids again!