Victorian masterpiece built in 1895, this Queen-Anne features stained glass windows, pressed ceilings; handcarved mantles and fretwork imported from France, and a wrap-around staircase. Nine unique guest rooms await you with both common and parlor areas. Enjoy a full breakfast that is served in our formal dining room and relax on our 3/4 wrap-around porch that is equipped with rockers, swings and benches for your pleasure. Located in the Historic District of Quincy, 16 miles NW of Tallahassee. All guest rooms have central heat and air systems, private in-room telephones and cable TV and private bathrooms for your convenience. Corporate and weekday rates are available.
4.8 on July 06, 2016
Stayed over the 4th of July weekend. This was our 4th or 5th stay with Richard and Tina. Richard makes the best breakfast every morning. Very charming old house. Clean rooms and free wifi. Will definitely be staying here again in the future.
5 on March 05, 2016
One of my favorite Bed & Breakfast Inns ever! Richard & Tina have created a fabulous retreat in this gorgeous old mansion. You feel so welcome and all comforts are generously provided. I think they have thought of just about everything to make a guest delighted to stay. I loved staying in the sports room with all of the baseball memorabilia. Richard is a good cook and spirited story teller, so now I'm looking for an excuse to go back..........it sure is fun.
4.8 on January 27, 2016
My daughter and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay with Richard and Tina. It was a very cold weekend and when we arrived our room was nice and toasty. We watched movies explored the house and had the most wonderful breakfast. I would definitely recommend the McFarlin House to anyone wanting to get away for a much needed rest. Thank you, Richard and Tina.
5 on December 12, 2015
Our room was beautiful and comfortable. We were fortunate to see the house decorated for Christmas. It was just beautiful! We had a delicious breakfast and we highly recommend staying here if you are passing through Quincy.
5 on October 14, 2015
Beautiful surroundings, good friends and food
3.2 on July 31, 2015
My wife wanted something special to experience our 2nd anniversary. I also wanted to get away from the city. The result was a three day and two night trip to the northwest of Tallahassee, FL. It had been a long time since I stayed at a B&B, remembering that there were no TVs, phones, laundries, elevators, etc; but given that we now have cell phones, I gave it a try. What I found was atypically friendly hosts, but still the old house with creaky wooden floors, no counter space in the bathroom, too few electrical outlets, old shower equipment, very DARK rooms, and a very HOT room that we stayed in. Others there complained of being too cold, so we got the hottest room in the house. I cut my foot tripping twice on the black rocking chair between the bed and bathroom, due to the very dark room, with lighting too faint to light them well. The bathtub was unusual, leaking water out as you try to bathe. Yet this was the only B&B I have ever visited that offered a supper. And they allowed you to schedule the time up until 7 pm. I even called from a state park saying that I would be late, and they held supper for us. And the supper was huge and excellent. The breakfasts likewise were excellent. So, it was everything that people usually want from a B&B, including an old historical house with period furnishings. Lots of history for that small town northwest of Tallahassee. I guess you need to come with the appropriate B&B mentality. I had not been to one in years, feeling the strangeness of stepping back in time, like stepping into a Charles Dickens "Great Expectations" movie. There are many parks an hour away along the Gulf coast, but the many small towns that surround Tallahassee are pretty depressing. Maybe you would enjoy shopping for "antiques" in stores around the area, but it just seemed run down to me. I far prefer the area along the Gulf coast that we visited.
3.0 on December 04, 2014
After many hours of driving on a dark, rainy, cold night...what a joy to see McFarlin House all lit up and waiting for us. A lovely and comfortable home! Breakfast was yummy!
4.6 on August 20, 2014
Liked it so much that we stayed an extra night!! breakfasts were soooo good!! and I loved how the room was kept clean without even bothering us!! We'll be back!
4.6 on May 20, 2014
very quiet and the host was great
4.6 on October 27, 2013
This was our 3rd stay. We always enjoy looking around and the breakfast is great.
Stay in a turret so high you will look down on the top of our Japanese Magnolia tree. Windows all around, this small room is one of our most unique and often requested. Experience your own Rapunzel fairy tale!
Original stained glass windows serve as the headboard for this large, spacious room. Simply elegant with the netting that surrounds the King bed and encompasses you within the beauty of the stained glass. Especially at night as the outside lights shine through the windows and give you your own private light show on the ceiling. ***Third floor, private in-room bathroom with a old fashioned shower within an antique claw-footed tub, king size bed, full-breakfast, Cable TV., telephone w/computer hookup capability, complimentary amenities in Courtesy Room.
Located on the second floor, this room is one of our largest. It’s bright and cheery and decorated completely in pink. This room is also known as a sister room, because it was the room of one of the McFarlin’s daughters. It was once connected with room #2, Southern Grace, where the bathroom now is. The king size bed sits in front of a large picture window and in between two curved windows. Second floor, private in-room bathroom with a one-person Jacuzzi and shower, king size bed, full-breakfast, Cable TV., telephone w/computer hookup capability, complimentary amenities in Courtesy Room.
This room is the largest guest room in the entire inn. It’s located on our second floor and is one of our most popular. A romantic 6 ½’, long antique claw-footed bathtub that sits near the fireplace awaits you. A beautiful dimming light hangs from above to help set the mood. The queen size, full canopy bed is perfect for that romantic get-a-way, honeymoon or anniversary. Second floor, private in-room bathroom with a shower and antique bathtub, queen size full canopy bed, fireplace, full-breakfast, Cable TV., telephone w/computer hookup capability, complimentary amenities in Courtesy Room.
Tallahassee, FL (TLH) 20 miles
Going West on I-10, take the Quincy Exit #191. coming off the exit ramp, turn right onto Hiway 90. Follow hiway 90 10 miles into Quincy. Just as you round the first curve, you will see N. Love Street on the right. (This street is one block before the first stop light at Duval Street). Turn right onto N. Love Street and continue down 2.5 blocks. On the right you will see the entrance to the bricked parking lot. We are at that corner of N. Love Street & King Street. Going East on I-10 take the Quincy exit #182. Coming off the exit ramp,turn left onto Hiway 267 aka Lake Talquin Road. Follow to Hiway 90 aka Jefferson Street. At the light intersection of Hiway 267 & Hiway 90, turn right. Follow Jefferson Street all the way through town, several lights. The last light you go through will be Duval Street. Continue thru the Duval Street light one more block to N. Love Street. Turn left onto N. Love Street and continue down 2.5 blocks. On the right you will see the entrance to the bricked, lighted parking lot. We are at that corner of N. Love Street & King Street.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Performing Theater, Religious Services
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Air conditioning, BBQ grill, CD player, Radio, Wedding Facilities
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Upon prior notice