Transported to Shiloh
Posted Nov 3, 2015 on Hotels
My husband and I had a wonderful experience at our first B&B stay! The Inn was great!!! SC surpassed our expectations!!! The house is wonderful and the setting is beautiful. We had a room in the main floor: king bed, wifi and flat tv. Valentina greeted us and gave us a brief house tour. Beautiful place! You feel transported to April 6th, 1862! Thank you for the welcome letter. Not fond of fried catfish but hush puppies were great! We visited Corinth's Museum, MS (20" south) . Highly recommend it. The Inn is situated between both Corinth and Shiloh.
The second day, we went into Savannah,TN, and saw Grant's headquarters next to the ferry where he boarded the steamer to join the Shiloh battle.
Got some bread, brie, mortadella, salami vodka. That was our dinner at the back porch. We enjoyed the quietude of the place as the sun set. What a wonderful experience!! I wanted to stay forever!!!
Breakfast was great! Valentina did a great job. Enjoyed being served water and orange juice in crystal glasses! We will certainly return to the Innbas it really complements the visit to the Shiloh Battlefield National Park. We will suggest the place to all our friends interested in the Civil War History. Thank you Jonathan, Polina and Valentina for making this a memorable vacation!
And thank you Jonathan for your service to our country.