Cozy B&B serves a mean breakfast
Camellia only offers four guestrooms, but they are all exquisitely decorated. Don't miss out on breakfast, as the owner of the inn is also a pastry chef.
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Loved it!My partner and I had a choice. Either stay at the Hilton, or choose a B&B. We are definitely glad we stayed at Paula, Steve, and Sparky's place. As soon as we walked in, the smell of freshly baked bread made us feel we were home (at least for the night). The place was impeccably kept spotless by Steve. Sparky was our personal security guard (and he is soooooooo cute!!!). Paula made sure we were "at home" instantly. I got to admit, there was a lot to do in downtown Wilmington (try the ghost tour! money well spent! Ask your tour guide about "Gallus Meg"!). Paula actually suggested we see this! Now about the room...one word to describe it is: WOW! It was so spacious! The room had so much character to it! Loved the bathroom! The kitchen/laundry room was awesome! I could've lived here comfortably! We had our own entrance to the house and our own little gate too! Awww!!!! The breakfast was awesome accompanied with a bunch of jovial and lively guests hailing from different parts of the world. The three (yes, I said THREE) course breakfast accompanied with FRESHLY SQUEEZED OJ was to die for. All in all, we rate Camellia Cottage with 5 stars and will come back soon!First to Review
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