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Le Fuquay Mineral Spring Inn et Garden est un édifice d'intérêt local historique et jardin situé au coeur du quartier historique Fuquay ressorts en face de la Mineral Spring Park Fuquay. L'auberge est détenue et exploitée par John et Patty Byrne, John est actuellement le maire de Fuquay-Varina et Patty enseigne l'anglais à Fuquay-Varina High School. La maison était la maison du Dr Wiley Cozart et sa femme Pauline, deux étaient citoyens communautaires esprit, et leur maison a été utilisé pour de nombreuses fonctions au cours des années 1920 à 1970. Dr Cozart a été le maire de la ville pendant dix ans. Pauline était l'un des meilleurs jardiniers de la communauté et des leaders sociaux. Le néo-colonial Inn est perché sur une colline surplombant la source d'eau minérale avec une période Gazebo pour les jouissances des clients. Les jardins sur le côté et devant mètres sont renforcés par les éclaboussures apaisants de la fontaine classique et les nombreuses mangeoires d'oiseaux. La cour de pierre et tonnelle ajouter un paramètre de jardin secret pour le thé de l'après-midi ou un petit-déjeuner confortable. Les clients seront situés à moins d'un pâté de maisons de la ole'town, Fuquay Springs, pour faire du shopping et manger. L'auberge a été construite en 1927 par la famille Cozart. Propriété de la famille Cozart et construit l'une des sept hôtels - Le Ben Wiley, la célébration de la source d'eau minérale. Le Ben Wiley est sur le Registraire national des lieux historiques et d'intérêt local, à côté de la Fuquay Mineral Spring Inn. L'auberge est détenue et exploitée par propriétaires, John et Patty Byrne. Les caractéristiques de l'artisan et boiserie sont notées thoughout l'auberge. En entrant dans l'auberge sur Spring Street, John va accueillir les invités dans la salle du soleil. En plus de l'art de la faune et des antiquités, meubles noté Hemingway, et des souvenirs de baseball du père de John - Tommy Byrne et ses Yankee
5 sur juin 02, 2016
Our recent stay at the Inn was terrific. Fuquay Marina is a lovely small town, and this was a great location in a lovely home and grounds. John and Patty were the perfect hosts, a wealth of information who provided a delicious breakfast. Hope to return.
5 sur mai 30, 2016
We had a terrific stay at this beautiful Inn!! Walking distance to the spring house and amazing craft beer bars! Delightful hosts and beautiful scenery!! Love this area...there for a sad occasion but the hosts and the community embraced us in this difficult time!! Will stay there again!! ¿¿¿¿. By the way...never had a four course breakfast before...it was AWESOME!!!! ¿¿¿¿¿¿
5 sur mai 23, 2016
We just returned from a 3 day stay at this lovely facility. It was truly home away from home. Southern hospitality at it's finest. The room was so comfortable and the breakfasts delightful. John and Patty Byrnes are outstanding hosts. We didn't want to leave.
4,6 sur avril 01, 2016
We had a wonderful stay at this B&B. We were upgraded to the Carriage House and our hosts went above and beyond to make sure our stay was perfect. We loved hearing about John's history with the Yankees and the restaurant he recommended for dinner was great. What an enjoyable retreat. TW
5 sur mars 26, 2016
We had an excellent stay at this inn recently while taking a break from visiting family nearby. We were greeted very warmly by owner Patty when we arrived, and given a tour of the century old home and its many lovely works of art. They offered us an upgrade to the Carriage House for no charge and it worked out beautifully, we even had an upstairs balcony from which to view the property and have a drink under the stars. She made a reservation for us at the fantastic Garribaldi's where we ate some of the best Italian food we've had. Next day, Mayor/owner John served us a hearty Southern breakfast prepared by Patty, and regaled us with some local history of the area, as well as some wonderful baseball stories ( you'll be surprised at his intimate connection to professional baseball). A great way to start the day! Fuquay was a fun little town to poke around in with lots of small town southern charm and warm people. We would like to return next time we are in the area.
5 sur octobre 14, 2015
From the moment we arrived we were made to feel very welcome. We were upgraded to the Carriage House which is a lovely apartment separate from the main house. The owners (John and Patty) had no idea at the time that this was going to be the most perfect setting for our personal reason for coming to Fuquay Varina...you see, we were meeting 'long lost family', which made it really convenient for them to come and go as they pleased without any disturbance to anyone else. When John and Patty got to know our personal circumstances they were genuinely very interested in 'our story' and they went out of their way to welcome our family as well. We had many interesting conversations with them and we were all given a very interesting historical tour of the main house. The breakfasts were interesting and plentiful. I say 'interesting' as each morning there was something different on the table for us to try. One morning I asked what their local 'biscuits' were like, and lo and behold, we had some biscuits the next morning for our breakfast which was most unexpected. We would highly recommend staying at the Fuquay Mineral Spring Inn and Garden and would like to thank John and Patty once again for a very enjoyable and most memorable stay.
5 sur août 31, 2015
Wonderful town within short drive of lots of things in Raleigh. Nice stores to shop in within walking distance, too. A quiet walking park across the street. Very relaxing and owner was very nice to deal with!
5 sur juillet 04, 2015
This is an great B&B. Good location, very nice rooms and the breakfast is excellent. John and Patty are very familiar with the area for whatever you are looking to do. I highly recommend this for any trip to the area.
5 sur juin 26, 2015
Stayed in the carriage house -- perfect getaway!
1,8 sur juin 02, 2015
Room was nice and certainly clean. Could faintly smell cigarette smoke as soon as we walked in the door and it also wafted through the vents in our room periodically throughout our stay (even early in the morning! Yuck!). As we were the only guests that night, we assumed it was one of the owners smoking. Wife was very kind to loan me a jacket as I had forgotten mine; o/w saw little of her. No sign of her at breakfast; husband cooked and served us. Breakfast was odd. He served us a very pretty plate of cut fruit, then a plate each of plain scrambled eggs. Not at all fluffy or special, just plain. There was completely cold, unbuttered toast, served with very cold butter. Also a tray of various jars of jellies/jams, with a spoon stuck down in each one. The jars were all different brands, ordinary stuff that I would buy at a grocery store, all partially used up already. There were also a couple of partially-used containers of cream cheese, one scraped almost clean (!). It was as if he just opened the refrigerator and pulled out whatever was on the door, stuck some silverware in there, slapped them on a tray and brought them to the table. Very incongruent with any bed and breakfast I have ever visited (many). We found it odd that not once during our stay did we see either one of them smile.
The Cardinal Suite is a large bedroom and bath with adjoining sitting room with television and internet access. The bedroom has a queen sized bed covered with a cream on cream Goodwin Guild woven coverlet. The English bathroom has a glassed shower and built-in vanity accented with rope tile and antique mirror. A Bose radio adds to the relaxing, nostalgic suite.
The Painted Bunting Room is a clean white and country green room with mahogany twin beds. The room is accented with green, the green colors of the female painted bunting bird. An original painting of a pair of painted buntings from Bald Head Island by Malcolm Fleming which accents the room and the other antique, mahogany furniture. The adjoining bath, papered with forget-me-nots, has a glass shower. The built-in vanity offers a marble sink and golden mirror for personal grooming. A mahogany leather chair from the nation's capitol provides a place to write correspondence. The Painted Bunting Room offers a quaint setting for one or two guests.
The Savannah Sparrow Room is a large bedroom with the original bathroom to the upstairs. A queen size, rice plantation, tester bed centers the room. An antique mahogany chest with drop desk offers spacious work and storage area. The pedestal sink and pastel peach and bronze tiles reflect the beginning of the art deco period in American design. This original and restored bath adds to the experience of one's stay at Fuquay Mineral Spring Inn.
The Goldfinch Room is a charming, restful room with an antique double bed, made of carved walnut. A cream crocheted coverlet adds to the fashionable times. An antique settee can be used for relaxed reading. The spacious bathroom has a large glass shower. The bathroom is enhanced with pastel yellow wall paper and brown bows. The bow accent can be found within the two rooms. Two large windows face the historical Ben Wiley Hotel. These windows are shaded with white plantation shutters and are accented with imported tassels. The oriental carpet adds to the warmth of the pleasing, pale gold-yellow room. Other antique furnishings combine to offer a useful and nostalgic room.
The Carriage House is a bright and relaxing suite that one can enjoy some private time looking out on the inn's gardens, watching a Flat Screen TV - DVD movie, listening to a Bose radio or relaxing in a hot tub. A stately four-poster king-size rice bed topped with accent pillows of green gingham and white batten lace add to the invitation of relaxation and cottage comfort. The bedroom and living area's ceiling fans add to the cozy atmosphere of the carriage house's views. The living room's queen size sofa bed can be used for extra sleeping quarters for a small additional charge.
Lieu historique, Proche aéroport, Ville, Centre ville, Petite ville, Périphérie, Village, Région viticole
Raleigh Durham, NC (RDU-Raleigh Durham INTL 18 miles
Prendre 401 Sud de Raleigh à Fuquay-Varina, l'Interstate 40 Est de Raleigh NC à 42 Ouest à Fuquay-Varina, ou US 1 sud de Raleigh et à l'autoroute 55 Est à Fuquay-Varina.
Parc d'attractions, Antiquaires , Galeries d'art, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Lac, Concerts, Cinéma , Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Cambell Collège, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Rivière, Entreprise vinicole, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn, Historic Inn
Barbecue grill, Ordinateur, Salles de conférence, Copieur, Fax, Cheminée, Bibliothèque, Machine à laver/sèche-linge, Equipé pour les mariages
Climatisation, Réveil, Panier d'agréments, Peignoirs, Jeux de société, Lecteur CD, Ventilateurs de plafond, Cafetière/Bouilloire, Lecteur DVD, Bureau, Réfrigérateur , Sèche-cheveux, Jacuzzi, Internet, Planche à repasser, Entrée indépendante, Radio, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Téléphone, Service de chambre, Magnétoscope, Films, Wi-Fi, Internet par câble
Location de vélos, Vélos, Billard , Observation d'oiseau, Base nautique, Canoë, Pêche, Golf, Sentiers de randonnée , Promenade à cheval, Chasse, Voile, Shopping, Excursion, Natation, Piscine, Terrain de tennis, Rafting en eau vive
John & Patty Byrne
Certains espagnol, Anglais
John est actuellement le maire de Fuquay-Varina et Patty est un enseignant retraité anglais au lycée de Fuquay-Varina. Golf, tennis, vélo, lecture, jardinage, tous les sports. Randonnée dans les parcs et profiter du plein air et regarder les oiseaux et les papillons.