Our destintation was the Bartlett Pear Inn - a small b&b (just 7 rooms) and restaurant. The house was actually built in 1790 and it is a gorgeous brick house with two porches on the front.
The Tidewater Inn. We sat outside in the rocking chairs facing the street and drank cocktails. But the best part was that the Tidewater happens to partner with the town on Saturdays in the summer to host concerts in the street. It was amazing. There was this great live band playing all the oldies and classics everyone loves and the street filled up with people bringing their lawn chairs. The band rocked out, couples were dancing in the street, kids were running all over the place and it turned into this idyllic scene of a small town on Saturday night!
Inn at Perry Cabin.
- Book far in advance. I booked this about a month and half ago and lucked out getting the last room in the Inn. But our room (Comice Pear Room) was super small and the other rooms looked much bigger and more comfortable.
- When you make a dinner reservation, if you are sitting inside the dining room (especially if it is winter) ask for the two-top table in the alcove by the windows - it is the best table in the room. If it is spring or fall (or even summer) and the weather is going to be good) ask for one of the tables on the screened in porch.
- You must order whatever truffle pasta dish they have on the menu!
- Don't miss breakfast!...and fyi - they only serve it until 9:30 am...