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TravelPod Member ReviewsScranton Seahorse Inn Madison
It is a small house converted into a inn. The decor almost gives the feeling of being in a cosy cotatge. The decorations are done with thought and detail. With starfishes , shells and sea-horses antiques and knicks , it gives the warmth of closeness to the sea . The ground floor has living room and sitting areas. There are books to read as well. The upper floors has most of the rooms. Ours was a small one though tastefully done. The bed did screech though ! For the guests, the owner had put a nice collection of DVD's . There was also complimentary tea /coffee and some cookies in the nice ceramic jar. But what makes the stay amazing here are not rooms or the views. It is Micheal's breakfast. He co-owns the place and personally makes breakfast for each of his guests. The breakfast is in the dining area downstairs with all the guests sitting there. There is fresh coffee, juice and home-made cakes at the table. When we were visiting, Micheal had made some amazing coffee cake. One would be tempted to steal some :) On our first day , we had yogurt with some organic granola, fritatta and chicken sausage in cranberry sauce. The second day was baked grapefruit and pan cakes with raspberry sauce. Michael is an excellent cook and also conducts occasional culinary classes. What sets this inn apart is the amazing food and casual breakfast conversations !! If you are in madison , stay here and wait for the tempting breakfast. You might be tempted to extend your stay for another morning!
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