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I was here this summer and didn't write a review but wanted to catch up.
Azalea Inn seems very lovely. We didn't spend much time here because I was up for a wedding and spent most of my time away from the inn, but enjoyed...More
Most bed and breakfasts do not allow families and this prevents us from staying, most places. We travel with our 10 year old son and 7 year old daughter. Most of the time it's just hotels and motels for us but someone suggested the Azalea...More
We have stayed at Azalea several times, twice this year. Each time, it seems to get better and we are looking forward to our next stay, perhaps for ski season. We came a few years ago for the first time and knew we would be...More
We absolutely LOVE The Azalea Inn! Greg and Amy are the most gracious hosts. We have stayed at the Inn three times now and look forward to our next stay. We stay in the Willow Room and love the cozy room and the relaxing private...More
Never have I felt so at home while being away from home, especially in someone else's house.
When at a bed and breakfast, you are sleeping in someone else's house and most people are never as comfortable away from home, but Greg and Amy made...More