Wonderful Bed & Breakfast nestled in a lovely, tranquil historic town. Accommodations were first class within beautifully restored historic home. Our suite was clean, comfortable and well-appointed. I also recommend getting acquainted with the house dog, Remington. Homemade gourmet breakfast, including fresh-made Irish soda bread, and warm caring hosts make for a relaxing stay.
Upon arrival I was welcomed by the hosts Dale and Maree and shown around, given information on the area and made very welcome. I spent 3 nights in exceedingly comfortable surroundings and can highly recommend a stay at The Inn when visiting the area - you need to book well in advance because they have become very popular. Breakfast is excellent and they leave a coffee machine and soft drinks available during the day which is a very nice touch. Highly recommended.
My husband and I arrived with an inch plus of snow on the ground. We were wondering if the restaurants would be closed for the evening, and they were...Dale and Maree had already thought about their guests that were traveling in the snow that afternoon...Dale made a huge pot of chili and fresh homemade bread...Wow, not only warmed your tummy but your soul as well...Our breakfasts were right out of Southern Living...Served with elegance and tasted heavenly... Our room as really nice and roomy with a soaking tub and shower...Wonderful!
We went just before Thanksgiving to spend an early holiday with my in laws. There was not enough room at their home for all of us, so my husband and I decided to stay in a B&B. We made the right choice choosing this charming and cozy inn!! We actually were sad to leave as Maree and Dale (the Innkeepers) were so lovely!! The breakfast could not have been more delicious - pancakes and Irish bacon. The Inn on Bath Creek gives us reason to visit our family more often and we will be back again!!