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Landon Jones - What a beautiful place! A shame it’s no longer a B&B. Thanks for sharing.
Simple Livin' gal - Thank you for commenting, Landon. It’s truly my pleasure.I looked online and it appears that the website for The Hermitage has been taken down. I can only assume that it is no longer open to guests.