We were given a gift certificate to stay here, and picked a weekend in March, when we both had some free time. The location is semi rural but was very easy to get to, right near Route 495. Lyn and I had spoken by phone...More
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We returned, and this time took all three rooms to house my wife and me, 3 children (7,7 and 12) and my Mom. And once again the charm of our hosts, and of the house, were perfectly suited to the occasion. (The snowfall on Thanksgiving-Eve...More
Found Charlotte's house to stay in while visiting family in Stow for Thanksgiving. The house is charming, and our hosts were wonderful. Lyn is an artist in her needle-felting AND her breakfasts. When back in the area, we will return.
Three siblings and spouses used all three bedrooms in this unpretentious, small but lovely B&B. The hosts are gracious,accommodating and unintrusive.We did not have the full breakfast usually offered because the hostess was available a limited amount of time that weekend. The continental breakfast consisted...More
We stay here every year over Columbus Day when we come to attend my husband's high school reunion. The owner, Lyn, is delightful, a great hostess and chef, and a talented artist. We have been staying here for at least five years and love it...More