One of Our All-Time Best B & B's A review of L'Auberge Provencale Bed and Breakfast
My husband, daughter and I stayed at L'Auberge Provencale in October 2003. It was a little farther from DC than we'd anticipated, but then we did hit rush hour traffic. In any case, it was well worth the drive. We were surprised how spacious our room was, and it had a lovely private deck with teak furniture. The suite included the most perfect room for our teenage daughter, with a sleigh bed and built-in window seat. Both rooms had tall ceilings, antique pine furniture and glazed walls, and felt like the south of France. The bathroom was also nice, with a hand-painted tiles, a separate toilet enclosure and steam shower. The whole place was lovely and had a very special quality about it. After driving in from New York, we enjoyed the wonderful welcome tray that awaited us in the room: fruits, crackers, cookies, some great chocolates -- that type of thing. Breakfast was an artfully arranged fruit plate followed by quail. As someone else said, everyone was very friendly and accommodating.