Since we are on the letter B for ABC Wednesday I’ll share the photos from our latest B & B experience (last Wednesday night) in Port Angeles on the Olympic Peninsula in the state of Washington. B is for Bed and Breakfast!
The Five SeaSuns Bed and Breakfast…
The gardens on the property were lush and pretty.
Breakfast was delicious with some good conversations with the other guests.
Do you prefer to stay in a hotel or a bed and breakfast establishment when you travel?
We cooled down somewhat today and for that I am thankful. I’m a heat wimp!
…a luxury Bed and Breakfast in South Warwickshire, on the edge of the Cotswolds. This 16th Century home was our favorite. This great house is seven miles from Stratford Upon Avon and just one and a half hours from London.
We had a very good experience here and if we would travel back to England we’d book more than a night at this lovely manor to explore the area.
16th Century homes have some very unique features. Josh and Laura got the duck your head room!
Loved the windows…
One of the fun highlights of our time here was meeting Geoff and Joan, an older couple who were staying at the Old Manor House while we were there. We had a lovely time talking and getting to know their interesting history.
It was so interesting to learn that Joan was one of the “Call the Midwives” that served after World War II in the London Area. I asked her if she had seen the BBC series and she said that she really has enjoyed it and how accurate the show is.
I didn’t get a photo of our hosts but did get one of their adult son who was helping out while we were there with breakfast and taking care of a new litter of pups.
Speaking of breakfast…it was a delicious version of the traditional English breakfast.
We highly recommend the Old Manor House. Tomorrow I’ll share photos from our short walk to “The Halford” where we enjoyed our Sunday Pub Dinner.
Back on the home front…
My niece Michelle shared these words from my dear old Pop on Sunday when they visited him…
“You know, it’s hard without your Baba. I have tears. But God is with me. And so I get up and go on again. God is love. And when His love is in you, you feel His comfort. I’m thanking Him for all He’s given me. He is good.”
Today when I talked to him on the phone he said, “I’m not going to lie, it’s hard.” We talked about how great it is that he has good memories. “Yes, he said, God has been good to us.” By the way today he went to “Staplers” (Staples) to buy a board so he could put together a jigsaw puzzle Ryan and Michelle bought him…
Thank you for remembering him in your prayers!!
…that zapped me of all my creative abilities. I will leave you with a tease for more to come of the wonderful George Washington Inn and the tea we enjoyed.