Not a lot had changed in the past ten years, but under new ownership the inn had improved. One of the biggest improvements was the breakfast. Julyen made incredible food and even had a cookbook of some of his recipes.
We were able to go into the small town by Deep Creek Lake for the day, peruse an antique shop and sample some local BBQ which was phenomenal. Rick even got a hair cut.
We also traveled to another near by town for an anniversary dinner by the Youghiogheny River.
It was just so nice to be able to stroll through each day without rushing back to take care of the kiddos or worry about anything for a few days. Thanks to Janie and Steve, Kari and Noah were very well taken care of while we were on our trip.
Fresh raspberries on the way to breakfast
Freshly brewed coffee each morning
Apple cinnamon streusel muffins
Poaches eggs in black forest ham
Strawberries and cream cheese stuffed french toast