Woodstock Inn Bed and Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWoodstock Inn Bed and Breakfast Independence
The inn keeper came an hour late, of which we took the opportunity to drive back 15 mins to buy the resistance band - which we failed to get on our previous try.
Then there were three caaats for Devesh- black, white n grey. He feared their eyes but enjoyed a lot. Nanu took him on cat tour!
The breakfast was awesome. The inn keeper was remarkably helpful & smiley. She maintained a very relaxing environment given a few issues.
Lastly, before leaving dad asked her for Indarprasth map! What was gladly surprising that before I could interfere, she said "do you mean Independence?"!
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