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Cornelia, the owner , is the person preparing the guest's breakfast and I discover this simply by her starting a conversation with me while offering up her sumptious breakfast creations. She was interested in what brought me to her Inn and wanted to be certain...More
This was the recommended accomodation for people attending a week long course locally. I am always suspicious of such recommendations but I needn't have worried.
From the booking process, through the check in, the hospitality and check out, things could not have been better. If...More
Personalised, sweet and warm service in a Victorian setting. Everything was clean and cosy. I found my room without trouble even though I arrived in the middle of the night, hours after the office was closed. At breakfast, I was greeted by the owner, who...More
Sweetwater Branch Inn is a beautiful place. We stayed here to celebrate our 22 wedding anniversary. Unfortunately we only stayed the night.Which is not enough time to enjoy this inn. Close to downtown Gainesville and lots of restaurants to go.
An absolutely incredible experience that’s lightyears beyond your average hotel stay. A bed-and-breakfast by definition, Sweetwater Branch Inn is steeped in rich history with a beautiful campus made up of several impeccable Victorian homes. The individual homes themselves are gorgeous inside and out, and furnished...More
Response from SWB_Management | Property representative |
All cottages have their own refrigerator, but the rooms in the McKenzie House and Cushman-Colson House do not. However, the two houses have a refrigerator in the common area that guests can use, but it is shared with the... More
All cottages have their own refrigerator, but the rooms in the McKenzie House and Cushman-Colson House do not. However, the two houses have a refrigerator in the common area that guests can use, but it is shared with the other guests in the inn. Yes there is refrigerator space that can be used, but depending on the room rented it may be shared vs. private.
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"The rooms on the garden side are probably quieter. Blue moon what great, Tiffany's is a huge suite."