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Bed & Breakfast Inn Features

Your arrival at Welcome Home Inn places you on six wooded acres, a dream constructed in 1997 using a Southern Farmhouse style. Nestled in the country, you relax to the music of singing birds, view deer poised quietly on the edge of the woods and observe scampering raccoons, squirrels and rabbits near the house. A mile walking trail through the trees and foliage provides solitude and a firsthand look at nature providing a scene conducive to meditation or exercise. Yet city life is less than five minutes away.

At this B & B you enjoy the flowering crab trees and redbuds in the spring, stare at the rainbow of hues as trees burst into blazing color in the fall or watch a white wonderland emerge in the winter.

An unusually large dining room with a grand piano resting beneath two antique stained-glass windows accents a romantic atmosphere for dining. The open living room, tastefully decorated with an antique mantel surrounding the fireplace, provides a cozy place where you may curl up with a book on a cool day. Decorative motifs and varied antiques vie for your attention. From Thanksgiving through the end of the year Welcome Home Inn slowly becomes a display of dazzling Christmas beauty.

A delicious candlelight breakfast at an appointed time is provided for your enjoyment. Herbs and items from the gardens of the Inn, along with freshly cut flowers in petite vases, grace the meal in season. Vegetarian or special dietary considerations may be provided upon request. (If you have a conflicting schedule, you may receive a delicious continental breakfast to take on the road or eat later.)

As you spend time on the grounds you may wish to take advantage of the basketball goal, croquet, boche ball, Frisbee, whiffle ball, or even volleyball for a larger group. Inside games as well as videos and books are available upon request. These things are especially helpful for families and reunion groups that spend time together.

Your serving Innkeepers,
Forrest & Brenda Williams