Best location for an overnight business stay in Winnsboro. This was my second visit and was just as pleasant as my first. Always peaceful, always friendly, and the breakfast is always superb. A real nice break from the big chains and highly recommended.
We came to town for a concert at the Bowery Stage, and a local friend recommended this B&B. It was in walking distance of the concert, and we had a great breakfast the next morning. The rooms were nicely furnished and comfortable. Only complaint from my husband was the train noise all night, which isn’t something they don’t have any control of. Would definitely recommend it.
We had a 2 bed room in one of the outer buildings which was spotless and comfortable. Arrived in the dark about 7PM and the steps by the curb are not lit so took a bad fall. The porch lights work well for the steps at the house, but are pretty well blocked by bushes and are too far away for the 2 curbside steps. Owner seemed not interested next morning when I mentioned it before breakfast and I suggested a light there. So watch your step. Breakfast was served when you arrived and a nice change from a cold buffet. Lady who serves the breakfast was delightful. Enjoyed sharing the large long table family style with the other guests.
We enjoyed our stay there, had a room with 2 double beds. Breakfast was served very nicely in the dining room, cooked once you arrived. Friendly lady who took care of us. I had one problem, the steps next to the curb are not lit and have bushes there as well that block any ambient light, so I took a bad fall when I couldn't see that there were 2 steps, not one. They need a light there, but when I brought it up to the owner, he didn't seem particularly interested in either putting lights there or if I was OK.
First the folks that run HH are so nice and accommodating, they made our stay great from the time we arrived. The house is located within walking distance to downtown and there you will find restaurants, shopping and a first class spa, all staffed by amazingly friendly people. Highly recommend this town and the HH for a weekend getaway or family gathering as they have allot of capacity.
This was my first experience at a B&B and I was not disappointed. The owner called me himself to make sure I was okay because I was running behind schedule on my drive from Dallas. The food was fresh and delicious - they cater your time needs and any dietary restrictions you might have. The staff was very friendly and available even when I just had a silly question. The room was very charming and I felt very much at home. I would stay again given the chance to.
We were disappointed in our stay. Our room was not particularly clean (trash under a chair, a dog jumping on sofa and bed, dead bugs and webs in some corners). It was a suite, but I wasn't sure why it was a suite except there was a short hallway to the bathroom (which didn't have a regular door) and an outside entrance (but no path from it to the front). We didn't get breakfast because we needed to leave before it was served at 9:00 a.m. Yes, very disappointed. The owner was friendly, however.
Owner is very cruel to his employees which his employees are very nice to us plus it's a nice place but he got a very big pitbull that shed all over me and runs free through the dining area were you eat very nasty could of had dog hair in my food probably won't stay again sorry but owner needs to step up.
An evening at the Hubbell House was like a trip back in time! The bargain price allows access to a quaint downtown of small shops with a variety of local restaurants that offered excellent service. The breakfast at Thee Hubbell House was phenomenal! The cheery family run business is on our list of "must return" places.
This place is so peaceful and relaxing! The cottage behind the house is awesome and we can't wait to stay again! Breakfast was delicious with several proteins, great coffee and fresh juice, served in a formal dining room full of beautiful antiques. A+
I stayed at Thee Hubble House for business and brought my mother and spouse along. The staff was incredibly attentive, the grounds were gorgeous and the convenience to local amenities, was spot-on! I absolutely adored Miranda; if able, I'd have stolen her, for my own! If you're looking for a "home away from home", Thee Hubble House is it! You will relax as if you're own home.
We stayed only one night at this beautiful, historic two-story home. We stayed in the Governor's room. It was spacious, comfortable and quiet. The property's grounds are as interesting as the house. It's located 2 short walking blocks to Winnsboro's Main Street. A great meal was had at Lie Fie de vine, a South African restaurant with a fascinating menu. After dinner there was a street concert going on that was fabulous. The breakfast did not let us leave hungry...eggs, pancakes, everything. Outstanding 'getaway from the big city'. We will return and bring some others with us.
I stayed at the Hubbell House one night in March 2016. I had the aptly named Rose Room. The room was clean and very quiet. There was plenty of space, plus a large TV. Rhonda, one of the innkeepers, was extremely friendly and attentive and made sure I got everything I needed. I would stay here again - and recommend it to a friend - without hesitation.
We have stayed in many bed & breakfasts, but none have been as warm and accommodating as this one. It was like visiting Grandma's house but Tim's breakfast is better! All our needs were anticipated or promptly met with a smile. So glad we found this place in a great little town!
We enjoyed the house and all of the beautiful antiques. Tim and Johnny were attentive and gracious hosts. The only issue we had was the very loud train that passed closely by in the middle of the night, and the loud clock that chimed on the half hour and the hour, situated right outside our room.
Thee Hubbell House was a very comfortable and welcoming place to stay. It was like staying at grandma's house - quaint and charming. The owners were welcoming and were helpful when needed and also gave us lots of space. The only thing I didn't particularly like is that we were there for 3 days and the breakfast was exactly the same all days. A little variety, or an offering of toast, muffins or cinnamon rolls would have been nice.
We had a lovely stay at this beautiful historic home. We were attending a funeral in Winnsboro and needed a place to stay for one night on very short notice. We picked the playhouse as it afforded us seclusion and a king-sized bed. The bed was very comfortable. The playhouse did not contain the lovely antiques that the main house contained. Please note that the rooms are small and full of furniture. If you need room to play, they have an enclosed swimming pool as well as a patio with lawn furniture to enjoy the great outdoors. The bathroom was a bit small and the "two-person" shower was the size of a normal sized bathtub with siding glass doors. It had small seats at each end and could accommodate two small people in it. The breakfast was nice but was not true southern cooking. The host was very gracious and worked very hard to meet all of our needs. The Hubbell House is steeped in history and if you are a fan of historical events, the host is more than happy to share the history of the house with you. Overall, we had a great time and would recommend staying here if you ever find yourself in Winnsboro.
The room was nice. We picked "the pink room" because we wanted to stay in the mansion. The window unit helped cool the room but was loud. The bed was extremely uncomfortable in there though!- We felt welcome & the owner certainly doesn't bother you & tells you to call him if you need anything- The breakfast was amazing the next morning! Delicious eggs, fluffy pancakes, crisp bacon, & OJ & coffee. The house is beautiful as are the grounds. The owner gave us a 10% off for a local restaurant for dinner. Overall very nice experience for these first time B&Ber's:)