5 on September 21, 2011
The owners were very gracious and hospitable. The ambiance of the place was wonderful. Me an my girlfriend felt at peace and without worry while staying at this humble abode. The breakfast was delicious and above my expectations. If you want to get away from it all and forget your troubles you will definitely want to stay here!
5 on September 05, 2010
My daughter and I stayed at the Covered Bridge B&B on our way to take her to college in Boston (coming from Chicago). It was just about 1/2 and was beautiful little B&B with spacious warmly decorated rooms, for a very low price. Breakfast the next morning of fresh blueberry pancakes, and sausage was a very special treat. My daughter woke the day after our departure saying "You know what I'm dreaming about? Blueberry pancakes, and I didn't even think I liked Blueberry pancakes." Would definitely stay again if our travels take us that way.
5 on April 26, 2010
Located off the beaten path, is this quite and inexpensive get away. Clean and comfortable rooms with friendy service. Great value.
3.8 on July 26, 2009
My husband and I spent a night at Covered Bridge B&B and and found Candy and Bob warm, full of information about the area and easy to be around. The house is pretty basic but the grounds are beautiful and the breakfast was delicious, using ingredients native to the area. I would highly recommend the B&B for a visit to the area
4.8 on July 06, 2009
My 3-night stay was so relaxing. Bob and Candy are excellent hosts - there to talk if you want, but also gives you space to be on your own. Beautiful scenery and lots of rocking chairs to sit and enjoy the view and read from a collection of books and magazines. Queen Merri Room had all the "little touches" that make it as comfortable as home. Be sure to go to Tarsitano's Restaurant down the road (homemade Italian) and Markkos Winery was a treat! I highly recommend this B&B and hope to return. -- Donna