Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Marvelous Views Back Home in Greenville

I love to stay at B&Bs when we travel, and I'll admit to getting a little "innkeepers" envy when we discover such wonderful B&Bs as the last two we discovered.

But then we come home to our inn, the Greenville Arms 1889 Inn, and I fall in love with it all over again and remember that we've got quite the nice B&B, too!

Each week bring new flowers blooming all over the grounds.

We always get a lovely display of dandelions before the first mowing of the season.


The magnolia in the front side lawn is an amazing waterfall of blushing pink blossoms. Last year it was hit with a late frost and had hardly any blooms at all, so I think it is making up for that this year.




Another gem hidden amongst the tall lawn grass.


The dogwood tree out by the pool gets more beautiful every year.



  1. I saw all this IN PERSON and it is just as beautiful as reported! Got great shots of that magnolia's magnificence and was glad that it was still too cold to go in the pool (no bathing suit with me). This is truly a wonderful place to stay. Good good care is taken of the guests and yet it doesn't get too fussy, which I appreciate.
    Thank you to Mark and Kim for a great time. Great food, great chatting, great surroundings and, oh yes, a great art workshop!

  2. Thanks, Lynne! It was a marvelous group.