The Painted Lady of Sandwich


In the last post, I mentioned I would tell you about the Painted Lady, one of three buildings that comprise the Belfry Inne property.

We stayed at the Painted Lady and we were not disappointed.  This was my room.


I woke up in a light filled gorgeous room to a glorious morning. I loved my little stained glass window. The Abbey was not the only building with wonderful stained glass windows.


I actually booked this room because of two features. One was a stained glass window, the second was because of the private patio.


The outside is so appealing if I were driving by I would have to make note of the place.


The flowers were colorful and plentiful. I could not stop taking photos of them.


Were the flowers carefully chosen to match the colors of  the Inne? Perhaps.


This is the path outside my patio. Charming, just charming. Made me want to just stay in my room and watch the bees and the flowers.


The bath towels were folded like fans. I took this photo for reference in case I want to try it at home.


I got to read my new book on the patio and I liked to spend my mornings out there too. The book is A Fine Romance by Susan Branch and we went to her book signing at the Sandwich Town Hall. I will tell you all about it in the next post.


Speaking of mornings, this was my breakfast on the second day. I think this looks like the Sydney Opera House don't you? We got to eat breakfast in the Abbey, the converted church. I would rate the food A+ and so was the service and the ambience.


Back to the Painted Lady, yes there really were bats in the Belfry Inne. This was painted on the walls of the tower. Such a cute sitting area.

I hope you enjoyed your virtual stay at the Belfry Inne. Next, I will take you to the Susan Branch book signing.


Comments

What a beautiful area.. Love the Victorian home
Benny & Lily
Chatelaine said…
Thank you. It is gorgeous. I wish I could stay there forever.
Chatelaine said…
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I would feel like Queen for a Day if I stayed there - and I wouldn't want to leave!

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