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All reviewsthe blue roomkaye marieturn of the centuryclaw foot tubbreakfast was deliciousoriginal glorygreat hostsresident catmemorable staylabor of loveinteresting historyother guestsentire place isbeautiful propertyfresh fruitcomfortable nightnothing bad to say
A total change from the hotel experience. A warm welcome in a lovely turn of the (20th) century home, beautifully presented. Our room was tastefully decorated and spacious with a period clawfoot bath. Our hostess was friendly and informative, both about the house and the...More
A beautiful property with an interesting history. We were treated warmly from arrival through departure. Our host could not have been more accommodating. She served one of our better, and most relaxed, B&B breakfasts.
Great place to stay en route through Wyoming. Kaye - Marie was very welcoming, full of character and passionate about her house. The building was so unusual and inside it was full of craftsmanship and beautiful décor. Breakfast was delicious - fab pancakes.
Hostess is amusing, energized and a lively human character. The resident cat and dog are at ease in their home environment, are calm, and can be accommodating if guests wish to interact though this is their home and family so it is clear that they...More
Thank Thomas K
Response from Kaye-Marie W, Owner at Ferris Mansion Bed and BreakfastResponded 20 July 2017
Oh my, I love this review. Feel so appreciated. Also like the mention of Satch and Katness and their unobtrusive ways! Although calling me amusing just feeds the fire of me thinking I'm funny, I'll try to keep it under wraps.
Kay-Marie was a charming, helpful hostess, and the building is magnificent. She had local restaurant menus and suggestions about where to eat. Based on her recommendation, we took the side trip on the way there through the Snowy Range west of Laramie----it was fabulous.