The owners have combined the warmth and charm of a B&B with standard hotel amenities and a few niceties of their own, including delicious breakfasts featuring crème brûlée French toast or some other hot delight. You might need to borrow one their bikes to burn off those calories afterward. Then, consider Afspaending -- a relaxation therapy that combines localized massage techniques with gentle stretches and exercises. It's offered by the inn's co-owner, who is trained in the technique, and is a relief for sore cycling muscles. The inn is composed of two 19th-century homes just a block from historic Washington Street: the Cowden House (1820) and the Dent House (1890). Guest rooms are spacious, with high ceilings, large windows, antiques and period reproductions, and down comforters. The two-bedroom family suite ($220 a night) has a private bathroom. Children are welcome.
- © Frommer's 2013
User Reviews for Inn at Walnut Bottom
The Inn at Walnut Bottom has re-opened as Cumberland Inn and Spa
This review is a comparison between the two business since they share the same building and visitors to the Inn at Walnut Bottom may be interested in the changes. Since the facility...
- posted on 08.25.12
- by Walker21117
- Highly Recommended 2010