Happy times at the B&B

There is no doubt that when you vacation at a motel or hotel, the staff will be friendly and you can be sure the room will be the same as every other room. Some hotels and motels try to become a bed and breakfast by offering some buffet foods in a small room on the first floor. Guests don’t usually interact or talk but are always friendly.

When you come to a Bed and Breakfast like the Walnut Lawn B&B, you will always beWalnutLawn-x-exterior-02small greeted by a friendly and knowledgeable Innkeeper who will talk about the Inn, the area and what plans you have for your stay. You will be shown around the rooms and then the special treat of seeing and settling into your guest room. Bed and Breakfasts are unique in that each guest room is decorated and appointed in a special theme. The modern amenities will be there among the interesting and curious items and furniture. Many of our guests like to spend time on our wrap-around porch, sitting on the swing or relaxing in the chairs while watching the Amish buggy’s gallop pass.

WalnutLawn-x-breakfast-Food-12-1smallThe highlight of any stay at a Bed and Breakfast like the Walnut Lawn B&B is certainly the breakfast. It’s a time to relax as your Innkeepers pamper you with delectable treats and filling entrees. Every B&B has a cook that would rival the best cooks of diners in putting out a wholesome and tasteful menu. The table settings rival the best restaurants. The memories of your stay will be the conversations around the breakfast table. Guests can be from around the World, neighboring States or our own back yard. Each guest brings their unique stories and anecdotes that sometimes bring laughter as well as sympathy but always in a warm and caring way.

Saying “Goodbye” to our guests is a time that is special to us. We care that our guests had an experience that will rejuvenate them as they return to their everyday lives and that their time with us a “memory to remember”.

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