As a photographer traveling with thousands in professional equipment, one of my main concerns is security. Ruling out budget and national hotel chains, we checked for Bed and Breakfasts in Pensacola. The Noble Manor stood out immediately and we were not disappointed.
Each room has its own individual style, is expertly cared for, and is also with the usual amenities of shampoo, soaps and fresh towels.
Breakfasts are not what you may be used to since there actually is a breakfast that could have been made from an executive chef. Forget coffee and a couple of muffins. Think french toast with praline sauce, Eggs Benedict, and breakfast fritatta.
Equally as important, Bob and Bonnie go out of their way to show you the ropes of Pensacola with details about good restaurants, things to do, places to see, and how to get there. Invaluable information you probably won't get from your average hotel clerk.
Unique Quality: Great Hosts
Directions: Blocks from US 110
Coming off 110 Go Right for 15 seconds
Then Right on N Baylen
Go Next Left On Strong, Slow DOWN! You're almost there.
Driveway is on the right before the Inn.
Bob and Bonnie were our hosts when we stayed at this Tudor Revival style house several years ago. It is a beautiful house and elegantly decorated. Breakfast is served in the formal dining room.
I think the price is about average for a B & B in the U.S.
Unique Quality: Within walking distance to downtown Pensacola.
Located in the historic distoric of North Hill.
Directions: North Hill
12 Via de Luna Dr, (formerly Hilton Garden Inn), Pensacola
2390 W Detroit Blvd, I-10 Exit 7, Pensacola
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