Can't beat Oakenwald Terrace
Posted Jul 30, 2012 on Hotels
We stayed at Oakenwald Terrace for 3 nights, Friday afternoon to Monday morning. We were greeted at the door like old friends and treated to a tour of all the antique collections - dolls, dishes, clothing, photographs, etc. - in this great house. Mrs. Lovell's bedroom, where we stayed, is right off the front entryway, but we never heard a sound and slept like babies in the comfortable antique bed. Breakfast was a 4-course affair with one temptation after another - fruit, puff pastries, egg dishes, and dessert. (We didn't eat anything else until dinner at 7 or 8 p.m.) The screened-in porch was a breezy oasis from the hot weather and was further improved by long conversations with one of our three hosts - Ruth Ann, Bob, and Marion. We'll be back.