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We had an amazingly, quiet, yet happy time here. We love the surrounding, the B&B, the room itself and everything. Definitely...
- Ishrat, Kazi & Anjuman
It was a great pleasure to stay at this friendly place! The surrounding and the people really made it a home away from home! Hopefully...
- Alexander & Nicola
What a thrill it was when I arrived on May 24 to find such a magical place! Although the photos on the web enticed me here the reality...
- Mary Beth
What a great visit in your home! My Grandma and I enjoyed eating Ice Cream and doing Yoga in the morning next to the fire place.
- Grandma and I
Thank you. It was such a nice place to stay. 
It was a pleasant stay. Dieter & Papada, thank you very much for your wonderful hospitality. You have a beautiful place and we had...
- ULRICH & JALANKA
Thank you again for your hospitality, yummy breakfasts, and excellent travel advice. We had a wonderful but too short a time. Next...
- Elaine & Christopher
Thank you for sharing your home with us! Here's wishing you the best.
- Rita and Charles
What a beautiful, peaceful setting. You both have created a unique experience for travelers. We will definitely be back and spread the...
- Janus & Wayne
Thank you for your hospitality. The location is perfect for having access to the city but still close to the water and seren...
- Jo Ann

White Peaks on Toast

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Separate eggs, saving the yolks in one half of the shell. The shell may be supported in a cup or dish.

Add salt to the whites, a scant 1/8 tsp. per white. Beat the whites until stiff and glossy. Pile the whites on rounds or squares of toast placed on a cookie sheet. Make a hollow in each with the back of a spoon. Drop an egg yolk into each hollow. Bake in a hot oven 400 degrees F until whites are lightly browned, 8 to 10 minutes. Serve at once with bacon or sausage on the side.