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If you are looking for a cozy place to spend a weekend with your spouse, or just want a nice quiet getaway, this place is very nice. The best perk for us was each room has separate bathrooms. The staff was very friendly and the...More
The Burn was a super cozy and welcoming B&B. Rooms very comfortable. Basic southern breakfast hit the spot. Very central to many restaurants and shops. Would definitely go back again. Would be fun for couples or a girls trip.m
My sister and I stayed in the Lucy room during our recent stay during Fall Pilgrimage. We were delighted with our room which was in the main house and could easy sleep four people.
The furniture was incredible and authentic not a big box store...More
The Burn in its entirety was gorgeous. The room was clean and well kept. The staff was friendly and wonderful. The breakfast was delicious. We appreciated the fact that we had modern amenities. There was wifi and a tv. We had our own bathroom that...More
The Burn is a lovely old home, and Nell, who greeted us and gave us a tour, was pleasant and informative. Breakfasts were plentiful and tasty, although nothing stands out as a specialty. Our room, Clara's Room, was well-sized and relatively comfortable, although there was...More