I can't think of a thing that we didn't like.
When we arrived at the Bramble Inn, we realized the pictures we viewed did not nearly do it justice. The historic building and grounds are quite striking. We were very pleased with the room we stayed in, which was very well appointed and quite comfortable. The fact that it's a bed-and-breakfast adds to the charm; every breakfast was a feast. The restaurant, which is just downstairs, offers a menu which is totally amazing and worth every cent. The Chef, Ruth Manchester, runs her kitchen like Emeril Lagassee; however, I think her food is much better. The Manchesters are inviting and personable. Do yourself a huge favor, vacation at The Bramble Inn.