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We could only stay for one night, but will definitely stay again. With two dogs, we were given the family suite, which is the second floor of a separate building. That was ideal for us, as we didn't have to worry about bothering other guests....More
Thank Lisa B
Response from ThePondHouseInn, Owner at Pond House InnResponded 18 January 2016
Thank you so much for that lovely review! We enjoyed your company and that of your beautiful dogs! I look forward to your return!
We absolutely loved our stay here. We booked at the last minute and Martha was there to greet us when we arrived and more than friendly. Nighttime was the best sleep ive had in a while and the bed was so comfortable. The next morning...More
We were doing an overnight in Elizabeth City and chose the Pond house because it looked good and was reasonably priced. It turned out to be one of our all-time favorite places . It's web site does not do it justice. The graphics are small...More
On a recent trip (1 week ago) from Hayesville, NC to the Outer Banks we chose to stay in Elizabeth City, NC. We chose The Pond House Inn, B & B for an overnight.
We stayed 2 nights, what a wonderful experience! The rooms were...More
This is a beautiful inn. Clean, quiet and comfortable. Martha greeted us on arrival offered us refreshment. She serves a wonderful breakfast. The gardens are lovely.
This met our expectation for a country inn. I would highly recommend this as a place to stay.
Response from ThePondHouseInn | Property representative |
We try very hard to resolve all issues guests disclose to us. Unfortunately, neither of these guests approached us with a problem--they only complained after they left, which gives us no opportunity to satisfactorily resolve... More
We try very hard to resolve all issues guests disclose to us. Unfortunately, neither of these guests approached us with a problem--they only complained after they left, which gives us no opportunity to satisfactorily resolve the issue. One winter guest was apparently sensitive to a propane gas fireplace in the library. Had we known of their sensitivity, we would have turned off the fireplace. The other guest, who also did not bring their issue to us, apparently reacted to a routine pest control spray outside the house. Had they notified us of their problem, we would have offered them another room, but they did not bring their complaint to our attention. We do not use any petroleum products anywhere in the house.