Post # 1
We decided to go on a four night minimoon to Savannah after our wedding in Charleston. We’ve decided on an inn but the room is more up in the air. Would you rather have an extra long soaking tub with nice views or a room with a double-headed shower and a private balcony?
Post # 3
I will also mention that the one with the soaking tub is on the top third floor while the one with the private balcony is right below the other room on the second floor.
Post # 4
I LOVE soaking tubs and depending on what mood I am in it is sometimes a requirement. But I also love balconies and that is something I just don’t see that often in the places I stay. A chance to wake up and while still in your PJ’s grab a cup of coffee and step outside to feel the air. Breathe in the freedom that is your honeymoon and the huge weight of the wedding off of your shoulders.
After a long day sight-seeing or doing excursions you can retire to your room as the sun is setting and enjoy the cool breeze and (if possible) enjoy the colorful sky as it begins to go to sleep.
Sorry if it is too descriptive, I am just imagining myself in a room with a balcony. The hotel we are staying at for our honeymoon has the large soaking tub and an LCD tv in the bathroom but a balcony wasn’t an option.
Post # 5
The private balcony would be huge for us, since when we travel we love spending time with a glass of wine or a mixed drink and just sitting, reading, looking at the views. It’s great to be able to do that especially if you’ve done a busy day of sightseeing beforehand. As for the tub versus shower, our bungalow on our honeymoon had both a rain shower and a double-size clawfoot tub, and we used the rain shower much more. The tub was nice, but we loved that shower. So I say the shower and the balcony.
Post # 6
I <3 bathtubs and almost always pick a B&B room for one that has a large clawfoot tub or jacuzzi. Depends on the season though–it it’s going to be hot you might be less interested. Does your inn have a porch to sit on? We tend to pick places with lovely common areas for hanging out and rooms that have tubs.