This little inn on the shores of Cranberry Pond not only offers views of a cranberry bog but also a vibrant experience in many other ways. We found this traveler's review when we were brousing the iLoveinns.com bed and breakfast website. Here's a Martha Stewart manly-man writer's view of things.
"As soon as I arrive, Jeannine sets me up with a cup-a-tea and a cranberry flapjack down by the pond."
"The nip of an autumn breeze rustles the maple leaves above, fish send ripples, a water flume tinkles a calm in my left ear, and the buzz of late-afternoon insects crescendos into a Jiminy-Cricket sing-song of busy little legs."
"Everything soothes: the space, the water and Jeanine's flapjack - a delicious thick layer of cranberry under a crumble-crust of sugary oat. Life here is like this everyday, and as a guest you are treated like family. Jeanine and Kenny's B&B On Cranberry Pond set in the heart of cranberry country delivers all the mom-and-pop peace and quiet you could want, and the innkeepers will become your friends. I have made many visits, staying here while reporting on several cranberry harvests - in words and photography - for various publications around the globe, including Martha Stewart Living, The UK Sunday Times and Vogue,
"Australia, and Jeanine and Kenny have made every stay perfect. Not only that, they have actively helped me with my work, assisting in every way they could, and then there's all the delicious homemade things that get effortlessly rustled up in Jeanine's kitchen. Loosen that waistband, you'll so want to." Alastair H. On Cranberry Pond