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Kris and John were fantastic hosts! We could not have been more pleased with the stay at the Liberty Hill Inn. Typically I am used to staying at traditional hotels for business travel but I am so glad we selected this B&B based on the...More
Kris and John are delightful, helpful and informative and prepare an incredible breakfast. The room was lovely, clean and perfect for our 2 night stay. Marsh views worthy of a painting are within an easy walk as are great restaurants. We look forward to going...More
Best B&B we’ve ever stayed in. Beautiful rooms with oh-so-comfortable beds and pillows. Spotless bathroom with fresh, fluffy towels every day. A basket of fruit, granola bars, and bottles of water left in your room for your enjoyment. Homemade cookies every day waiting for you...More
We came to stay for one night, but we loved it so much that we stayed 3 more nights. John and Kris are wonderful hosts. The breakfast was excellent, the house/beds and the surroundings was excellent..and John and Kris made us fell like someone speciel....More
We spent 2 nights in a remarkable historic home constructed in the 1700's. While the room and home were beautiful and historic, it was accompanied by outstanding hosts in Kris and John and the breakfast meals were unique and delicious. We were blessed to have...More
Response from LibertyHill | Property representative |
Most restaurants do not allow BYOB due to liquor License restrictions. Some Restaurants will allow you to bring a bottle of wine but the corking fee can be almost as much as getting one from the restaurant. Hope this helps... More
Most restaurants do not allow BYOB due to liquor License restrictions. Some Restaurants will allow you to bring a bottle of wine but the corking fee can be almost as much as getting one from the restaurant. Hope this helps - best to call the restaurant before you go...
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"I have stayed in two rooms: the Normandy and Hallett. Both were great for different reasons"