|Dian-Lee B&B, Bluefield, West Virginia|
|One view of the wrap around porch|
|Another view of the wrap around porch|
On the way home, however, she made reservations for us to spend the evening at a Bed & Breakfast near (practically on) the northwestern part of Virginia-West Virginia border. Although it ended up taking us further away from the Interstate then we originally planned... and driving over interesting roads (how DO you mountain people handle those roads?)... it was well worth the extra time.
|The room where breakfast is served|
The B&B itself was gorgeous and the breakfast quite yummy. We enjoyed chatting with the other guests over brunch.
All the other guests had been coming to the B&B for many years and were staying at least a few days (we were staying overnight). It would be easy to get spoiled there. :)
The owner and two-man staff have been working on the gardens for years. One of the guests told me the men choose a new garden project each year and work on it all season. Even though we were there in late summer-early autumn, they were still beautiful.
The inside of the house and the dining room set for brunch were all lovely. The above pictures show just a little of the Southern charm. It was a nice way to end the vacation although I admit... I was also happy to get home. :)