Living the Dream of Owning a B&B

Living the Dream of Owning a B&B: Would You Like to Run a Bed and Breakfast? Why did Gayle and David buy a Bed and Breakfast Inn? Wouldn’t you like to operate a wonderful inn?

Living the Dream of Owning a B&B

Living the Dream of Owning a B&B

Would You Like to Run a Bed and Breakfast?

Why did Gayle and David buy a Bed and Breakfast Inn? Wouldn’t you like to operate a wonderful inn? 

Once upon a time, when Gayle McClain was 6 years old her first grade teacher asked what she wanted to be when she grew up.  Gayle answered that she wanted to be a gracious and gentle hostess in a wonderful and beautiful cottage surrounded by lush gardens filled with wildflowers, herbs and gentle birds. There would be views of mountains, valleys, forests and waterfalls.  Her guests would sleep on fine scented linens and be surrounded by rare art and handsome antiques.  The dining would be exquisite.  Fine meals would be served on beautiful china in a garden-room filled with flowers and gentle breezes.  Her guests would all be charming and filled with wonder, manners and grace.  She also wished for world peace. 

When little David Darugh was 6 years old, his first grade teacher asked what he wanted to be when he grew up.  Little David said he wanted to be a stand-up comedian (they laughed at him then, but no one is laughing now), a championship racquetball player, a magician, clown and balding.  he also wanted a job that would give him the opportunity to taste hundreds of wonderful complimentary wines supplied by distributors. In addition, he would have the opportunity to travel the world in search of fine wines and wonderful cuisine’s that he could bring back to share with his family and friends.  He said he wanted the best wine, gastronomy, hospitality, and culture from exotic places, and that all of this would be tax deductible.  Little David also wished for world peace. 

It now appears that both Gayle and David’s wishes for their grown-up future have been granted – with the exception of the world peace thing.  You are invited to the Beechwood Inn . . . a luxury bed and breakfast in the North Georgia Mountains

Both David and Gayle are  evocative of the old story about the difference between 19th-century British Prime Ministers William Gladstone and Benjamin Disraeli. It was said that, when you had dinner with Gladstone, you left feeling he was the wittiest, most brilliant, most charming person on earth. But when you had dinner with Disraeli, you left feeling that you were the wittiest, most brilliant, most charming person on earth. David is witty, generous and a gifted chef, while  Gayle is charming, engaging and filled with grace.  Together they provide a level of service, warmth and hospitality that is second to none.  They will entertain and charm you with wine, fine food and engaging conversation.

Living the Dream of Owning a B&B

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