This was our room...Room 9.
By the end of our stay at the Magnolia Inn both hubby and I agreed that this is the best Bed & Breakfast we've stayed in. It's always been a dream of mine to own a B&B and I've gone over every detail in my mind of how it would be. All the way down to the colors, decor, room themes, and names. This romantic Inn had it all. Nothing was missing from my list.
We had a gorgeous view of the little church next door and the largest bathroom in the Inn. There was a small TV and movies available as well as free wireless Internet.
And the room was very cozy and romantic.
Outside our room was a kitchen for the guests that had everything from Microwavable popcorn to tea, coffee, fruit, and a fridge for storing left-overs. There was even a dishwasher. The French doors led from the kitchen to the veranda where I endured the cold to enjoy my breakfast outdoors in the crisp morning air.
The entire Inn was decorated for the Christmas season in beautiful golds,
greens, and neutral accessories.
The guest kitchen with it's darling decor was a mix of new and old pieces.
The small front parlor was so inviting with it's large Christmas Tree and soothing color palette. I could have spent all afternoon sitting there sipping cocoa and reading magazines, but there was too much to do and see in town so I just walked by and sighed...aah!
Hubby standing in front of the Inn doors. What would I say the architecture was? I don't think there was any history on the house, but it looked as if it were a 20's style that had been added on to. What ever the architecture was, it was enchanting.
The exterior of the Inn. What a wonderful place to visit.
Next time we'll take a tour of the Historic Cemetery. I'm not sure why, but sweet hubby and I always love visiting the old cemeteries. Until then...