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by Coronado Bob & Berie
April 4, 2004
There are two beautiful swimming pools, but the weather did not allow us to determine if they were pleasant to frequent.
From journal Spring on the Coast in Andalucia
February 14, 2002
My favorite was the king suite which is large enough to be an apartment. It has a spacious living room decorated in restful greens and a separate kitchen with full-sized appliances. In all my years of staying at B&B''s, I do not remember a suite with a full kitchen. It was an unexpected surprise. I love the unique antique bed with its'' delicate canopy that requires a step stool to enter. It does feel like "home away from home" like the owner intended.
A full breakfast is served at a beautiful inlaid table in the formal dining room. Owner Coy Owen serves a "good southern breakfast" with two inch pork chops, fried potatoes, homemade biscuits, fruit, quiches, or eggs and sausage. Teas are offered in the afternoon, and snacks are stocked in each suite.
Outside, you can relax in comfortable wicker rockers as you watch barges drift lazily down the river, or take a walking tour of the historical homes in the neighborhood. Several parks, antique stores, specialty shops, coffee houses, restaurants and tennis courts are within walking distance. You will feel safe wandering around here. It''s also a premiere location when area festivals take place in the riverside parks just a couple blocks away. Simply walk over to the park with your lawn chair or blanket and enjoy a free evening of bluegrass or blues music in the summer months.
It''s best to call weeks or months in advance, for this lovely B&B stays full most of the year. Contact Victorian Quarters.
From journal Henderson, Kentucky