Sobotta Manor Bed & Breakfast

347 West Pine Street, Mount Airy, North Carolina, 27030, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 347 West Pine Street, Mount Airy, is near The Mount Airy Visitors Center, Floyd's City Barbershop, and Squad Car Tours.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Sobotta Manor Bed & Breakfast Mount Airy

    Repeat Guests & Will Return Again

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    We really enjoyed our second stay at the Sobatta. Robin is always a gracious hostess and a wonderful cook! The inn is located just steps from downtown Mount Airy, close to many of the local wineries, and a short drive from the local parks. We love the decor and the gardens at the Sobatta, and plan to return again when we can.

    Bed & Breakfasts for relaxation

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    My husband and I and another couple went to Mt. Airy for hiking, outdoors, wine tasting, and relaxing. This B & B was very pretty and we got the best night's sleep that we've had in years. The food was excellent and the gardens were beautiful. I highly recommend this B & B for anyone whether young or old.

    The home was beautiful with much character. It was very inviting and we had a very nice time while we were there.

    We will go back.

    A Perfect B&B!

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    You will not go wrong with a stay at Sobotta Manor! The house is absolutely beautiful and is elegantly decorated. A totally refreshing and welcome change from the Victorian look of so many other B&B's. Each room is gorgeously appointed and equiped with everything you could possibly need - and the beds are terrific! The gardens are perfect for a stroll with a glass of wine in the early evening and the breafast is delicious and filling. The hosts are charming and helpful and fmake you feel like long lost friends. Mount Airy is a charming little town and I highly recommend a romantic weekend at the Sobotta Manor. It's a real treat and one you won't forget and will want to repeat.

    Our Engagement Weekend

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    Dennis and I just happened on the Sobotta. And we returned one weekend in September after our first wonderful stay. This was the weekend of our engament, and I could not have been more happy to begin our celebration here! Robin and Junior are the best, and when we returned from dinner that evening everything was perfect from the champagne to the rose petals in heart shapes on the bed and even the shower. The breakfasts are divine and the rooms spectacular. If you want to feel at home, do not hesitate to book a room here!

    Highly recommend Sobotta

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    My husband and I had a delightful weekend getaway to the "Yadkin Valley Wine Trail" area, made especially nice by our stay at the Sobotta B & B. Beautiful home beautifully decorated, lovely and comfortable room, location within a block of main street, Mt. Airy, and breakfasts were exceptionally delicious. Pre-trip information from the owners was very helpful for planning our winery visits and meals. Their garden was not yet spiffed up for spring, and I imagine it is even more lovely when warm weather arrives and makes this possible. The bichons were great fun too!

    Wonderful Hosts

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    My husband and I wanted to stay in the NC wine country and came across Sobotta on the vineyard website. The hosts are a fantastic couple that make you feel very welcome. The 3 course breakfast is something I tell everyone about. The coffee is something my husband tells everyone about. We loved our room! The perfect weekend getaway.

    The only thing we were not impressed with was the selection of restaurants around the Sobotta.

    Visiting Yadkin Valley

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    We stayed at Sobotta Manor while visiting Yadkin Valley and touring the wineries. We highly recommend this b & b. The rooms are beautiful, and the breakfast was fancy and tasted great. Robin treated us like royalty, serving our breakfast drinks in Waterford crystal. The inn is within easy walking distance of downtown Mt. Airy. There are neat shops and restaurants in the downtown area. Don't hesitate to book a room at this inn. You'll be glad you did.

    Loved Sobotta Manor

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    We visited last summer for one night before we picked our boys up from summer camp. What a treat!! The Manor was beautifully decorated(I'm a decorator) and our guest room was gorgeous and comfortable. We even had a flat screen tv in our room. The owners were so sweet and very attentive. We even enjoyed loving on their dogs. One of the best treats was the amazing breakfast we had!!! The owner is extremely gifted in the kitchen. Even her afternoon snack was delicious. We'll definatly go back!!!!!!!!

    Loved the setting

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    We went here looking for a romantic weekend refuge. We were looking for peace and quiet with a personal touch. We really got our wish. After my husband's cancer treatments of nearly a year, we were tired.

    This family took us into their home and not only made us feel at home, but loved on us too! The food and little extras were wonderful.

    The bedroom was exactly what we were dreaming of, and I loved the bathroom! The gardens out back were an extra delight. And I couldn't think of a more romantic, peaceful way to spend a weekend. Our hosts were so warm and genuinely gracious, that we will surely want to return again soon.

    Our anniversary getaway...

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    Our anniversary is the same day as our very close friends'. We often plan to do something in tandem; in August, 2006, we decided to tour NC wineries in the Yadkin Valley. We learned of the Sobotta Manor B&B

    from another B&B that was full the weekend we needed. What a break for us! Robin and Thurman are personable,FRIENDLY hosts; they are extremely proud of their home and excited for you to share the experience they have created. The house is a wonder in and of itself.

    They have refinished, restored and furnished their home...and your respite...with great detail, care and comfort. Also, Robin is a gourmet cook. It was rather difficult to get on our way to tour the wineries after such a delicious and filling breakfast/brunch! On Sunday we felt we were leaving new friends, not just a place to rest our tired souls.

    I hate giving this review for fear the Sobotta Manor Bed and

    Breakfast will be booked when next we plan to visit! Have a great stay!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Sobotta Manor Bed & Breakfast Mount Airy

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