KatiaWe’re just back from an absolutely glorious stay at this wonderful new B&B, which one could also call a small inn (four bedrooms and the innkeepers live in separate quarters). My husband and I both came away feeling that it was the nicest B&B/inn we’d ever stayed at. Casually elegant, comfortable, with plenty of room to relax in groups or to curl up alone with a book. A lovely front veranda, with tables and chairs, overlooking the quiet street. Right in town, it’s easy to walk to restaurants, shops and the waterfront. Kind of perfect, actually, especially when you add to the list the delicious three course breakfast that comes with the price of your room. The innkeeper, Tamara, who trained at the French Culinary Institute, and her husband Charles couldn’t be lovelier. I have found my new favorite place to stay to recharge my batteries!
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