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All reviewsbed and breakfastdan karenwonderful hostsmini suitefern roomshirred eggsbreakfast was deliciouselectric fireplaceeach morningoff the beaten pathhome away from homea wonderful staywithin walking distancenational parkstayed two nightshot tubstayed longer
We spent four nights at Laurel Springs and had a wonderful B&B experience. We have been doing the B&B thing for more than 10-15 years and have had some great times. No exceptions here. Karen & Dan are the most friendly, accomodating hosts you will...More
We stayed here as part of our honeymoon earlier this year (2012). The hosts (Dan and Karen) were very firendly, and cooked up great breakfasts every morning. You choose what you'd like from 3 options the day before - its a great way to taste...More
We decided to try a bed & breakfast for our 30th anniversary and after staying at Laurel Springs Lodge we wondered why we waited so long. Great hosts, room was beautiful, breakfasts were so good we didn't want to leave. Dan & Karen were very...More
When we pulled up to Laurel Springs Lodge, the appearance was charming. As we walked to the front door, the beautiful flowers and gazebo added to the appeal. Inside is a cozy cottage feel with a stone fireplace and seating. We stayed in the Dogwood...More
Perfect venue to share stories w/other bridge players over breakfast each morning, which, by the way, was awesome! Homemade and tasty, the menu changed daily and all guests could choose 1 of 3 main breakfast items by filling out a form the night before. Breakfast...More
I believe it is up to specific season. I went there during September which is kind of in between. Mine was $145/night for a king bed room. We had 3 people which added $35 for a temporary bed. So total is about $200 for 3.