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out of 11 reviews
Great experience! Loads of charm and character in this place! Barbie and family were some of the nicest people we've ever met...and the FOOD, fantastic!!!! Better than some of the fare offered at pricier B&B's we've stayed at in the area. We'll definitely be back!!!!
“Great choice for easy-going, friendly people!”
This was my first stay at a B&B and I was really pleased. I was only there for one night but I loved the coziness, convenience, and home-like feeling. The innkeeper, Barbie, is very pleasant and easy to talk to. The food was great and it was nice to meet and talk to new people over breakfast. My room was the only room that didn't have an en suite bathroom, but I didn't mind. Plus I thought that might be the case so I brought a bathrobe so I could dart back and forth without feeling shy (although I never saw anyone else upstairs, anyway). It was right across the hall and only for me to use. The bathroom was stocked with plenty of towels, hand towels, and washcloths, and travel-sized shampoo, conditioner and bar soap. I would definitely recommend this B&B to friends and family. Definitely a unique stay and a change of pace form the usual hotel.
“Relaxing in the Historic Inn”
I enjoyed all aspects of my two-day stay! The hostess was very friendly and very gracious to me. She's quite knowledgeable about Pensacola. The rooms were well kept, neat and clean. No big screen TV in my room, but I didn't come to Pensacola to watch TV. My bathroom was across the hall and for my use only. No problem for me, but some may not like that arrangement. The other rooms had their own bathrooms. Breakfast was served on my schedule and was delicious! Scrambled eggs the first day and french toast the next day! The inn is within walking distance of many of restaurants in downtown Pensacola. Lots of local, individual joggers and walkers out in the evening, which meant the area was safe to be in. The only drawback is that the city is adding on to the library across the street, so construction starts around 6:30 am. Didn't bother me! I spent the whole day at the National Naval Aviation Museum! Now, that's something to see! I would NOT recommend the Inn for children under, say, 16. It's not set up for younger children. Retirees? You'll love it!
“Very cozy beds.”
Very nice place. Very nice host. Cozy bedrooms. The Victoria room has a separate bathroom so keep that in mind.
“Brush Family Experience”
The entire family enjoyed this marvalous Victorian Home. We felt like we were back in 1892. Barbie was so gracious and made us a terriffic breakfast!
“great place to stay”
It was a good nights stay and the staff was lovely also the room was nice and cold durring the heat of the summer.
“my grandmother's house ^^”
I was stay in hotel, I feel like stay grandmother's house. was great breakfast, really kind staff too.
“Great B&B near everything in Pensacola”
It's a great Victorian B&B in downtown Pensacola. A nice stop driving back to the Midwest from the east coast of Florida. The innkeepers are super friendly and hospitable.
A quaint looking B&B located near downtown. The check-in process was intimate. We didn't get to meet our hosts until the next morning. Compared to other B&B's we've stayed in, the room was rather sparse and the bed was uncomfortable.
Great location for downtown Pensacola, walking distance to restaurants and entertainment. Friendly innkeeper. Victoria room has bathroom across the hall. private but not in the room.