The Romance of Country Inns
Over 120 illustrations. This volume offers an illustrated guide to some of the hidden treasures of the traveler's world in both Europe and the United States. Many different inns are presented from a picturesque New England farmhouse surrounded by majestic mountains to southern hospitality in a beautifully restored mansion; and from a British house party at Llangoed Hall in Wales to the glorious food and fine wines that abound in Ballymaloe House in Ireland or at Les Templiers in France's Loire Valley. There are country inns in this guide to for every stytle and need, lavishly and invitingly brought to life by over 120 full-color photographs.
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