If you are fond of history and elegance of a time gone by this is the hotel for you. Friendly staff, wonderful full breakfast and right in the center of town. Of course the walls are thin because of the age, but the rooms, comfy...More
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If you want a real taste of Historic History, the Eola Hotel is the place to stay. It was beautifully decorated for Christmas and had a southern charm all of it's own. Wine and cheese was served daily at 6:30 PM. in the beautiful dining...More
My wife and I noticed the hotel as we walked past it. Got our attention. On or way back to the vehicle we went past again and thought, lets check it out. The girl at the desk was very nice and helpful. Showed us 3...More
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A wonderfully old-fashioned, traditional hotel with amazing and quirky decor. The hotel must have been quite grand in its time but now could do with a little TLC. The public areas and rooms are full of paintings, giant vases, statutes and all sorts of unusual...More
Loved the outside when we drove up! Very old, grand porches! Very close to the shops and the river. The rooms are furnished well but plumbing was messed up as soon as we walked in the door. They have free breakfast every morning but get...More
"Don't stay on the 2nd floor if you have a lot of luggage, no elevator."
"Get a room on the first floor if you can't handle stairs; no elevator!"
"My tip is one room was more beautiful than the next !!. Don't forget about the parlor on the second floor."