One of the great things about bed and breakfasts is that they are all different. One of the confusing things about bed and breakfasts is that they are all different!
At Sandlake Country Inn a lot of our guests have never stayed at a B&B before and don't know quite what to expect. Well, first of all, you can relax. Literally! This is a place you come to leave the stress of jobs, kids, traffic and sleepless nights behind.
The old image of a B&B with shared baths and the feeling that you'll be staying in "Aunt Jane's room" is not what you'll find in today's modern B&Bs. When you stay with us, don't be afraid to sit on the furniture and put your feet up!
Here's how we're a bit different than your traditional bed and breakfast. When you stay with us you will have affordable luxury with new comfortable beds, jacuzzi bath tubs, fireplaces, private decks, high end soaps, lotions and bubble bath, robes and slipper socks. Oh yeah, and the most important part...breakfast is delivered to your door! That's right! Forget about having to sit around a breakfast
table with a bunch of strangers. We'll deliver your hot beverage of choice along with juice an hour before your breakfast. Don't worry, your hot beverage is in a caraffe and will be hot and steamy when you're ready for it. Enjoy lounging in your romantic room after a good night's sleep and opening your door to find our own home roasted coffee, tea or hot cocoa on a silver tray. Later, your hot 4 course sumptuous breakfast will be delivered to your door. Our breakfast elves knock to let you know it's arrived and when you open your door they will magically be gone! It's all about you and your loved one. No chatty chit chat to deal with. Enjoy your home cooked breakfast at your leisure.
After breakfast, indulge yourself with a luxurious bubble bath in one of our amazing Jacuzzi tubs! Add some of our special fragrance bubble bath, but watch out! Only a couple of drops or you'll have more bubbles than you've ever experienced.
Part Two: Staying at a Bed and Breakfast (part two) Why B&Bs need to follow a few different guidelines for reservations, deposits and cancellations.
Part Three: Staying at a Bed and Breakfast (part three) The value of a B&B stay