Osborne Inn: Off the beaten path comfort
We spent a winter night in this most comfortable of old homes. The Osborne Inn built originally to house guests was for many years used for a single family. Recently purchased and rededicated as a bed and breakfast this home continues to provide comfort and cheer to those who stay. The innkeeper Barbara is helpful, and easy going. On a cold winter night the fire in the old stove in the parlor welcomed us in and warmed us up. We truly felt like guests in a friends home. The private bath had all we needed.
Breakfast the next morning was on our time schedule and our choice from a small menu. The parlor was full of books and games, a piano and soft chairs.
The Osborne Inn welcomed us into the historic Spring City. It was a marvelous way to spend some time wandering the small town and exploring the historic buildings, homes and businesses located there. Right next door is the studio and shop for Joe Bennion, potter. Within walking distance is the town center and spring for which the town is named.