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Opinión escrita el 28 de Junio de 2021
We stayed in the King Suit room, simple awesome! Separate living room, very large bedroom and large bathroom. Walking distance to some really nice restaurants and bars/Colonial Williamsburg. Scott was very friendly and helpful!
awful stay, awful host
Opinión escrita el 13 de Junio de 2021
Our stay at this B&B was absolutely miserable. When we arrived at the home, it was extremely under maintained and uninviting, besides the magnolia trees on the property. We thought it was a haunted house, but it turns out that it was only haunted by our deluded host, Scott. When we knocked on the door around 11:30 AM, no one answered. We had to call the hotel number and get Scott to open the door for us after we had been standing in the heat. When we entered, he was friendly but had to run errands, which we found extremely odd as we had just arrived. He also said that our room was not ready, so either we had to sit on their uncomfortable, old fashioned couches or walk around Williamsburg in the blazing heat and humidity. We chose the second option and got lunch until about 3:00. We got back to the Magnolia Manor and had to call their phone number again to get back inside the house (although later the host gave us a code to the back entry) and we went up to our room called the “guest room”. Immediately we had been wondering what the h*** they had been doing for the past three hours. The decor was absolutely revolting and not in the charming colonial B&B style you would expect. The bathroom had a disgusting used hair tie next to the bathtub, and the room looked like it needed a deep cleaning. It was a total nightmare. Since we had been walking around all day, we decided to go to bed early, hoping to escape from this hellhole. We put on our PJs and went to bed, at least expecting a comfortable mattress. The mattress was hard as a rock, our heads kept banging on the cheap headboard, and we only had one pillow. The sheets were also suspicious, as anyone who works in hospitality knows that sheets must be white to assure guests that they are clean. I didn’t want to know what the guests before us had left on the sheets. We were seriously considering going to the Holiday Inn 5 minutes down the road at this point, but we decided to see how the rest of the night went. We quickly realized later on in the night that the walls were completely paper thin and we could hear every movement of the guests above us. We also had to make sure that the door was locked multiple times as it always felt like someone was coming into our room when someone passed to go down the staircase. The worst were the people in the room next to us who were watching TV (which was connected to the wall that our bed was up against) and laughing loudly until 1:00 am. We finally had to tell them to “SHUT THE F UP” for both of the the two nights that we stayed there. At one point, myself and my mom woke up to the sound of the man next to us burping and farting. I thought I was on PUNKD it was so disgusting. In the morning we were hoping that at least the breakfast was good, but it was truly disgusting. We came downstairs to see no host serving or talking to guests. He simply hid away in his home that was next to the B&B (which was much nicer and well maintained). We had coffees that were unbearably bitter and tasted watered down. We found that the breakfast “made from scratch every morning” was simply soggy food heated up in cheap warming trays. We had a blueberry french toast that had clearly frozen berries haphazardly stuffed into chewy bread. We also had Turkey bacon (yuck) that made me want to throw up on his carpet right then and there. It looked like a used bandage. It was all shoved into paper bags that were wet and gross. We needed to shower, so I went first. I opened the curtain, and what I saw was absolutely horrifying. A rusted, yellow tub that was clearly not cleaned, a used gross hair tie, hair in the bottom of the tub and yellow ceilings that looked like something out of a sci-fi film. They also only had body gel and shampoo, no conditioner to be found. The next day, we snuck out early so we did not have to be confronted by Sneaky Scott or see anyone else. Our stay was awful, and no one should stay here. You may be tempted by the close proximity to town or the good reviews on here, but I am convinced they are fake. If you see the one and two star reviews, they all say the same thing: DO NOT STAY AT MAGNOLIA MANOR.
Opinión escrita el 12 de Junio de 2021
Paper thin walls, tacky decor, bathroom horribly outdated and in need of major renovation, Every creak or movement is heard by all. Sadly, we were next to guests thar sounded like laughing hyenas until almost midnight. One fart woke me up in the middle of the night....from the neighboring room! Breakfast was inedible, cold, wrapped in wax paper on a buffet. No juice, no fruit, no toast, not a breakfast..I am shocked at the positive reviews -- I suspect they aren't real reviews. Owner seemed nice guy but it was a scam. It's conveniently located and that's the only good thing about our stay.
Opinión escrita el 9 de Mayo de 2021
This B&B was conveniently located, with ample parking for guests directly behind the house. Everything was clean, and the bedroom was nice with a comfortable bed. Tea and snacks were available throughout the day, and a warm (homemade!) breakfast was served each morning. Scott was a wonderful host, and kindly provided several tips for restaurants and local happenings. I would recommend this B&B for others visiting Williamsburg!
Opinión escrita el 14 de Marzo de 2020
Great room, great bed, great host and great breakfast. What more do you want from B&B? We enjoyed our stay and would go back. Great location near William & Mary. We enjoyed interacting with other guests. Scott had good recommendations for places to eat in Williamsburg.