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My girlfriend and I had a car breakdown during a trip, and unexpectedly needed somewhere to stay for the night. She suggested that since we had a rough day that we splurge on a bed and breakfast. I was hesitant as I assumed it would...More
Quill Haven was my first venture into the B&B experience. My wife and I had a wonderful experience and look forward to our next visit to Quill Haven. I recommend Quill Haven highly, very good breakfast and I will continue to promote staying there.
We arrived in Somerset on a crisp, but moist, fall afternoon and left with the warmth of a wonderful breakfast and a sweet chat with Carol, our now-favorite innkeeper. We have stayed at inns in Maine, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina and...More
Carol and her family offer a homey, country experience. Rooms are typical of a vintage home but there is a lot of attention to details that make for a comfortable stay. Try not to go to Somerset on a Monday or Tuesday night if you...More
Carol and family went out of their way to make the one night we spent there special. After nearly a week of roadtripping with the kids, the most special moment of the week may very well have been watching my 11 year old daughter bottle...More
I just checked the website and it indicates they do not accept pets. Typically B & B's aren't able to accommodate pets, being historical homes with antiques, common space shared with other guests, etc. When traveling with... More
I just checked the website and it indicates they do not accept pets. Typically B & B's aren't able to accommodate pets, being historical homes with antiques, common space shared with other guests, etc. When traveling with our dog we usually had to choose more conventional hotels that allowed pets, although over the years of our beloved dog's life we did find a couple B & B's where she was welcome. Best wishes!
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"We had the king bedroom on the first floor, heated blanket!"