Ratings based on 14 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Business Travelersby A verified travelerfrom Vancouver WA
Home in the CityPosted Mar 10, 2015
Pros: I loved the convenience, the "home" feeling, the willingness of Jean to accommodate my changing schedule and the look and feel of the older Greensboro
Location: During my time in the area we ate at Hops (a brewery with great hamburgers), Linley Station (small bar), plus other restaurants in the area.
This is a welcome alternative to hotel life. The home is a wonderful older structure in an area with restaurants within walking distance and easy access to Greensboro venues. Jean is a great hostess without intruding into the life of her guests. I had my own bathroom throughout my stay - in one situation the bath was attached, in another it was across the hall. Given the small number of guests, I never felt that I was vying for space or that others intruded on mine. Breakfast was made for us and it was a treat to talk with others who were also visiting the area. This was a comfortable, enjoyable way to visit family in the area.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Lovely B&BPosted Jan 28, 2015
i enjoyed staying at this B&B. The owner was very nice. Breakfast was organic foods.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Comfortable and hospitable but not luxurious.Posted Nov 10, 2014 on Hotels.com
This was very convenient to the university and the owner of the B&B was very friendly and hospitable. I was a little nervous about there being a hall bathroom but it didn't turn out to be an issue. This was great for traveling alone but not what I'd choose for a romantic get-away.
for Business Travelersby Alfredfrom Sydney
Room With CharmPosted Aug 15, 2014 on Hotels.com
The personal touch was here right from the start when I arrived at the front door of a lovely heritage house and found an envelope with a note indicating where my room was located. I was tired after a long journey and being able to access the room and have a shower was very welcomed. I did not meet the hostess Jean until later and she was pleasant, polite and very helpful. It was easy to realise that she had a genuine interest in people. The house was situated in a leafy, shaded street that gave relief from the hot sun overhead. The room I occupied had a large comfortable bed, wardrobe, plenty of drawers, some lovely antique chairs and lamps and polished wooden floors with a rug strategically placed across it. Jean was very flexible and accommodating with serving breakfast at a time that suited individual guest. The room was exceptionally soothing on the rare occasion that I wanted an afternoon nap away from the hot and humid weather. I did not have too much time to explore the neighbourhood but found restaurants, pubs and pizza parlours within easy walking distance. This B&B is recommended for the discerning traveller.
by GGfrom Asheville
Nothing special.Posted Apr 16, 2014
Pros: It was quiet. Met some other nice people staying at the same time
Cons: Decor, attitude, accurate representation (shared bath), better breakfast offerings (more food and options)
Location: No info about local attractions at the Inn. No computer availability to look for local locations.
Shared bathrooms, warehouse-type ceilings, low budget decor, skimpy breakfast. Tiny TV in the parlor with only local channels.
for Familiesby Rayfrom California
Posted Apr 13, 2014 on Hotels.com
The Dailey Renewal is a fine old home with furnishings to match. We were greeted by the owner and given a key to come and go as we pleased. Shown where the facilities were and asked what time we'd like to dine for breakfast. We left and did our visiting with family and returned to the B&B before it got too late. Facilities were very clean and well maintained. Bed was a little small, but comfortable. Breakfast the next morning was small but tasty. Coffee was delicious, I gave my slice of turkey bacon to my wife as I don't particularly care for turkey bacon. Overall a nice place to stay.
Recommendedby Paulfrom Santa Fe
Great StayPosted Mar 2, 2014 on Hotels.com
Great B&B. Much nicer than staying at a hotel chain. Thanks.
Recommendedby Sheryl Geretyfrom Davis, CA
Elon family weekendPosted Oct 4, 2013 on Hotels.com
Our bed was comfortable, neighborhood quiet, blessedly little clutter in the house and our hostess was congenial.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
A welcome respitePosted Jan 22, 2013
Cozy and tranquil B&B. Great neighborhood. Within walking distance of Greensboro Coliseum. Visit the Spring Garden Bakery (5 min walk) before you leave.
for Everyoneby Tammyfrom Iowa
Nice, but not a true B&BPosted Nov 26, 2012
Cons: Lack of full gourmet breakfast
The owner was very kind and helpful with restaurant choices. The room was clean. It however was not a true B&B, the breakfast in the morning was to be a continental. When I choose to stay at a B&B a good part of it is for the gourmet homemade breakfast (homemade breads, unique casseroles, etc) and the serenity of the surroundings, this lacked on both accounts.I have to admit we did not stay until 9 am to see the quality of the continental so I shouldn't be to critical. It would be a good choice for someone to be close to the coliseum and just needs a room. We however were hoping for a more cozy full fledge B&B, a pampering of sorts. She has only been open a year and perhaps the details will come into play in the future.