Abbeville, South Carolina
May 30, 2006
There were oriental carpets on the floor and dark wood furniture (bed, dresser, two small tables, large mirror-front wardrobe, and writing desk). We had a four poster queen bed with curtains that could be drawn around all four sides of the bed and a twin daybed in a corner of the room that we used as our TV watching spot. There was a mini fridge in our room with water, sodas, and juices ready for us when we arrived and a personal coffee maker with coffees and hot teas for us to make if we wished. The bathroom was quite small but very efficient with a little nook for the toilet and a square shower stall opposite the toilet. The shower stall does not have a light in it and it seems like it would be very dark as you try to take a shower, but the curtain is just sheer enough to let in plenty of light from the main bathroom light fixture for one to shower by. You can scroll through this link http://www.mcmillaninn.com/tour/ to see some pictures of each room.
From journal 1st Anniversary in Savannah, 2006