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APtravelnews-Sept.27, Waynesville, N.C,–When we travel we count on staying in wonderful places, eating fine foods, relaxing in an atmosphere of clean clear air, with friendly hosts and amongst interesting peoples and surroundings. Well, we found all that and so much more in Waynesille, N.C. Shaun, Manager of the Yellow House B&B met us at the door and showed us to our spacious suite replete with gas fireplace, high-poster comfy bed and showed us their collection of DVD movies, as if we’d need them with so much happening in and around Waynesville, but we did watch a great movie on our computer before bedding it! Breakfasts were grand! Shaun did eggs and accompaniments perfectly. We enjoyed the quiet, the food, the personal, yet non-obtrusive climate of the Yellow House. The grounds were very country and just out of town and what a town! Waynesville has so much a visitor would enjoy: antique shops, wonderful restaurants, great specialty shops, even a dog bakery! (see upcoming reviews and stories on all of these). There are 10-guest rooms, suites and cottages, and after looking at them all, we can say they are first class all the way, and at reasonable prices for such a great B&B.
The Yellow House Bed & Breakfast, 89 Oakview Drive, Waynesville, NC. Check out the website: www.theyellowhouse.com or call 800 563-1236.
AP Travel News – All Bed and Brealfast Inn’s are not the same, they are a factor of their owners personalities. The Inn At Buck Hollow has great owners, Brad and Jacquie Schwartz, together with their 400-acre property, their 4-unit Inn is extremely bright and comfortable and solar powered too! We are here for two nights and wish we had time for 5-more. The slate floor in the common room, antiques, early American folk-art, clocks and windows that look out to a forest replete with deer and at least two moose is rather exceptional for us. To be a part of this place for even those two days and nights was delightful. We had lemon pancakes for breakfast with their own home manufactured maple syrup. The coffee; Green Mountain of course, said Brad Schwartz, Innkeeper. Along with his artist, vegan wife, Brad has had this property and developed it (not the land, it’s kept in it’s original wild state) into a great Inn. A heated pool, hot tub, miles of walking trails, very pet friendly, a full blown sugar house operates during sap-season (you can purchase various sizes of maple syrup jugs too) we bought syrup as gifts for our sweet teeth and friends too when they come over for waffles and pancakes! Breakfast like Cheri made for us at the Inn. Wow! It was great! A pieceful place to be. For day trips, St. Albans and Burlington are an easy drive.
This will be a great place to book a room for foliage season. Get in touch with the Schwartz’s and at 800-849-7985 or check out their website: www.buckhollow.com.