Hotels >Talbot Heirs Guesthouse
Abolutely Fantastic. This rather unassuming little place is a real find. The price is great value and the location is good. Each room is huge, more like an apartment, very unique and well decorated (full kitchen too - if you need it), free internet, coffee, snacks, water and orange juice daily. The owners, Tom and Sandy, are exceptionally welcoming and helpful to a new visitor (like me). If I'm back this way, I'll certainly stay here, I can't speak highly enough of the Talbot Heirs.
Original, eclectic furnishings in an exclusive setting..
In a world where 100-plus room properties define themselves as boutique hotels, this place stays true to the definition. Privately owned, with just eight suites, it offers individual personality and a great location within walking distance to Beale Street.
Each room is like a small work of art. In one, brick red walls and polished wood floors provide the backdrop for taupe striped furnishings and the strategically placed gilt framed painting. In another, you will find striking, periwinkle-colored walls and a black-and-white checked floor. A bedroom boasts cinnamon walls with a dark wood, four-poster bed and crisp white bedding. The studios can be oddly configured, with a bed, sofa and chairs overlooked by the kitchen. All accommodations have kitchens with cooking kits and dinnerware; they can be stocked prior to your arrival according to your tastes. Additional amenities include CD players, cable TV and high-speed Internet access.
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