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An excellent B&B. A nice room in a great historic home. Great people, both the owner and the other guests. Breakfast was great. For larger families the original 1700's cabin is available. Also, it is walking distance from the AMTRAK station.More
Response from MLFoos, Owner at The James Wylie HouseResponded 17 June 2017
Seeing you kind review was a great way to start the day! Thank you! We get many guests coming in on the Amtrak. It is fun to learn where they have come from and where they will end their journey. We are blessed with several...More
We love staying at B&Bs and meeting the people from the town...this was no exception. The owner, Monica and her dad Carl, were kind and gracious to host our two nights at there 'home.' We were delighted with the company at breakfast (Carl, age 93)...More
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Response from MLFoos, Owner at The James Wylie HouseResponded 10 May 2017
It was lovely sharing our home with you, as well as the infamous porch swing. We hope you all will come back!
If you are in White Sulfur Springs, and want a great place to stay, I absolutely recommend The James Wylie House, beautiful historic home, with great food & wonderful people. Monica is a jewel & Carl is just adorable!
Response from MLFoos, Owner at The James Wylie HouseResponded 22 February 2017
Thank you! It was such a pleasure having you all here. We are looking forward to your next visit to White Sulphur Springs!
My son and I took the Hanna suite and are delighted with our experience. The innkeeper, Monica and her dad, Carl are delightful. Breakfast was scrumptious. I highly recommend and plan to return. The proximity to the Greenbrier resort and lewisburg is a plus.
Response from MLFoos, Owner at The James Wylie HouseResponded 27 October 2016
It was so lovely to have you all as guests. Please tell your son if he wants a copy of the cobbler recipe to just send me an email. I love to share.
We stayed here for two nights at the end of July 2016 (about 6 weeks after 'the big flood'). The inn is situated at the top of a hill so it managed to stay virtually unscathed (aside from some 6 inches of rainwater in the...More
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Response from MLFoos, Owner at The James Wylie HouseResponded 2 October 2016
It is always a pleasure to have families with kids to share the history of our little cabin. Thank you for the kind words and for promoting our sweet little town. God was looking over us on that memorable June day. But, we shouldn't forget...More